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Wednesday 21 January
 
 
Plenary Science session
09:00  Opening of Arctic Frontiers 2015 Science conference: Rector Dag Rune Olsen Rektor, University of Bergen.
Auditorium 1
09:15  Julienne Stroeve, National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) within the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES). Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium 1
09:45  Antje Boetius, Professor of Geomicrobiology at the University Bremen. Observing Arctic Ocean ecosystem change: lessons learned from open-ocean field studies. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium 1
10:15  Coffee
Main conference area
10:35  Fridtjof Fossum Unander, Executive Director, The Research Counsil of Norway. Energy perspectives of the Arctic and Northern Areas: Outlook and research challenges. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium 1
11:05  David Molden, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development. Arctic Himalayan Connections. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium 1
11:35  Plenary debate and closing words by chairs
Auditorium 1
12:00  Lunch
Main Cantina
 
Parallel Science sessions
13:00-14:40  Part I. Arctic climate change – global implications: Social manifestations and adaptation. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium 1
  Part II. Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems: session name. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium 2
  Part III. The Arctic's role in the global energy supply and security: Renewable energy of the Arctic and Societal aspects of Arctic Energy activities. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium B1005
14:40  Coffee
Main conference area
15:00-17:00  Part I. Arctic climate change – global implications: Social manifestations and adaptation. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium 1
  Part II. Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems: session name. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium 2
  Part III. The Arctic's role in the global energy supply and security: Renewable energy of the Arctic and Societal aspects of Arctic Energy activities. Wednesday 21 Jan
Auditorium B1005
17:00  Buses to hotels
 
Thursday 22 January
 
 
Parallel Science sessions
09:00-10:30  Part I. Arctic climate change – global implications: Arctic-Atlantic climate change: from past to future. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium 2
09:00-10:30  Part II. Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems: Trails of life and death. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium 2
09:00-10:30  Part III. The Arctic's role in the global energy supply and security: Oil and gas exploration in the Arctic. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium B1005
10:30  Coffee
Main conference area
10:50-11:50  Part I. Arctic climate change – global implications: Changing ground properties. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium 1
  Part II. Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems: Trails of life and death. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium 2
  Part III. The Arctic's role in the global energy supply and security: Oil and gas exploration in the Arctic. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium B1005
11:50  Lunch
Main cantina
 
Poster session
12:50-14:30  Poster session. Thursday 22 Jan
Main conference area
 
Parallel Science sessions
14:30-15:40  Part I. Arctic climate change – global implications: Sea ice: processes and implications. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium 1
  Part II. Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems Physical and biological drivers. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium 2
  Part III. The Arctic's role in the global energy supply and security: . Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium B1005
15:40  Coffee
Main conference area
16:00-17:00  Part I. Arctic climate change – global implications: Sea ice: processes and implications. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium 1
  Part II. Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems: Physical and biological drivers. Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium 2
  Part III. The Arctic's role in the global energy supply and security: Oil and gas exploration in the Arctic . Thursday 22 Jan
Auditorium B1005
17:00  Buses to hotels
 
Friday 23 January
 
 
Parallel Science sessions
09:00-10:30  Part I. Arctic climate change – global implications: Glaciers, sea level and mobility. Friday 23 Jan
Auditorium 1
  Part II. Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems: Ecosystem functioning and management of living resources. Friday 23 Jan
Auditorium 2
  Part III. The Arctic's role in the global energy supply and security: Arctic energy and the global energy supply. Friday 23 Jan
Auditorium B1005
10:30  Coffee
Main conference area
10:50-12:00  Part I. Arctic climate change – global implications: Greenhouse gas emissions in the Arctic. Friday 23 Jan
Auditorium 1
10:50-12:00  Part II. Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems: Ecosystem functioning and management of living resources. Friday 23 Jan
Auditorium 2
10:50-12:00  Part III. The Arctic's role in the global energy supply and security: Arctic energy and the global energy supply. Friday 23 Jan
Auditorium B1005
12:00  Lunch to take away
10:30-12:00  Randall Hyman. Friday 23 Jan
Auditorium SVHUM E0101
 
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