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					e IPY FUNDED projects related to Arctic climate are listed in this draft spreadsheet. This document is a preliminary draft and subject to chan Please report any correction, or any complementary information to the CliC Project Office at: clic@npolar.no Thank you for your help!

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IPY cluster #

Chart Name

Title

Short Title

Funding

Leader Country

Arctic or Bipolar?

Other participating countries

WCRP affiliation ?

in blue: hyperlink between worksheets 13 Sea Level & Tides in Polar Regions 23 Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation 50 Permafrost Observatories 63 76 91 121 Heliosphere Impact on Geospace Pollution Monitoring Network Polar Snapshot from Space Polar W eather Forecasts Sea level and tidal science in the polar oceans Bipolar Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation Permafrost Observatory Project: A Contribution to the Thermal State of Permafrost (TSP-125) Drivers Atmospheric Monitoring Network for Antropogenic Pollution in Polar Regions Global Inter-agency IPY Polar Snapshot Year (GIIPSY) Improved numerical weather forecasting and climate simulations Ice and snow mass change of Arctic and Antarctic polar regions using GRACE satellite gravimetry Studies of Marine Arctic and Antarctic Ecosystems and the Potential Consequences of Climate Change CARBON POOLS IN PERMAFROST REGIONS Sea level and tidal science in the polar oceans BIAC TSP ICESTAR/IHY ATMOPOL GIIPSY THORPEX-IPY Ice mass balance by satellite gravimetry Polar Marine Ecosystems Changes PMEC CAPP AICI-IPY Solar Variability Linkages to Atmospheric Processes TARANTELLA Cryos - State of the Cryosphere IPICS-IPY Bipolar Climate Machinery (BIPOMAC) CASO POLAR-AOD-IPY POLENET BTF SPARC-IPY Hydro-sensor-FLOW S ORACLE-O3 Snowflake Network NICE-STREAMS RadTrace IGLO iAOOS USNPS. Environmental change in Beringian Arctic Substantial UK Substantial Norway Substantial Norway Substantial Substantial Substantial Substantial Finland Norway Netherlands Norway Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Bipolar Arctic Arctic Norway? France CLIVAR W CRP

Canada ?

USA?

WCRP, CliC, IPA

WCRP, CliC, IGOS-Cryo
Canada ? France

125 Ice & Snow Mass Balances 158 373 20 56 59 105 117 130 132 171 185 Marine Ecosystems W orkshop Carbon Pools in Permafrost Air-Ice Chemical Interactions Solar-Atmosphere Linkages Terrestrial Ecosystems State & Fate of the Cryosphere Ice Core Science

Substantial France Substantial Substantial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Denmark Sweden UK Australia Netherlands USA USA Germany Australia Italy USA ? Sweden Canada France Germany USA ? Norway Canada USA Substantial Sweden Substantial USA

France

Quantifying the relationship of solar variability with the atmosphere, weather and climate Terrestrial ecosystems: Effects of UV Light, Liquefying ice, and Ascending temperatures The State and Fate of the Cryosphere International Partnerships in Ice Core Science (IPICS)-International Polar Year Initiative Bipolar Climate Machinery - Northern and southern polar processes in driving and amplifying global climate Bipolar Climate Machinery Climate of Antarctica & Southern Ocean Network to characterize the means, variability, and trends of the climate-forcing properties of aerosols in polar regions Aerosol Distribution Network Polar Earth Observing Network Polar Observing Network Retrospective and Prospective Vegetation Change in the Polar Regions: Back to the Future The Structure and Evolution of the Polar Stratosphere and Mesosphere and Links to the Troposphere Arctic and antarctic glacier hydrosystems as natural sensors for recent climatic variations Ozone layer and UV radiation in a changing climate evaluated during IPY IPY Global Snowflake Network (GSN) NEOGENE ICE STREAMS AND SEDIMENTARY PROCESSES ON HIGH-LATITDE CONTINENTAL MARGINS The Use of Radionuclides and Other Contaminants as Tracers of Climate Change Effects in the North. International Action on Global W arming Integrated Arctic Ocean Observing System Understanding environmental change and its biological, physical, social, subsistence and cultural effects in national parks and protected areas of Alaska, Chukotka, and the Yukon

Canada France France

WCRP, CliC

WCRP, CliC
France France Germany? USA ?

214 Land Ecosystem Changes 217 16 99 336 Polar Stratosphere & Mesosphere Glacier Hydrosystems Ozone Layer & UV Radiation Snow Crystal Network

WCRP, SPARC

367 History of Fast Ice Flows 443 Tracers of Climate Change 455 Global Issues at Science Centers 14 Ocean Observing System 21 USNP Environmental Change

Norway

France

WCRP, CliC, AOSB

22 Ecosystems in European Seas 26 Sea Ice & Arctic Marine Ecosystems 37 Glacier Response to W arming 38 Ocean-Atmosphere-Ice Interactions 39 Arctic Paleoclimate 40 58 72 118 120 134 138 166 187 188 196 246

Integrated Project HERMES (Hotspot Ecosystem Research on the Margins of European Seas) The Pan Arctic cluster for Climate forcing of the Arctic Marine Ecosystem The dynamic response of Arctic glaciers to global warming Ocean-Atmosphere-Sea Ice-Snowpack Interactions affecting Atmospheric Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems in the Arctic Arctic Palaeoclimate and its EXtremes

PAN-AME GLACIODYN OASIS - IPY APEX DAMOCLES Kinnvika ARCDIV NET Greenland Ice Sheet Stability, History and Evolution NORCLIM BearHealth Cold Land Processes in the Northern Hem SIKU ELOKA ITEX IASOA ABACUS

Substantial Germany Substantial Norway Substantial Netherlands Substantial Italy Substantial Sweden Substantial Substantial Substantial Substantial France Finland Norway Denmark

Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic

France Norway Norway France Norway Norway France Norway Canada Canada France SOLAS

Developing Arctic Modelling and Observing Capabilities for Long-term Environmental Studies Arctic Modeling & Observing Change & Variability of Arctic SystemsChange and variability of Arctic Systems Nordaustlandet, Svalbard Network for ARCtic Climate and Biological DIVersity Studies Biological Diversity Network The Greenland Ice Sheet – Stability, History and Evolution Greenland Ice Sheet History Northern High Latitude Climate variability during the past 2000 years: implications for human settlement. Northern Climate Variability Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) circumpolar health assessment in relation to toxicants and climate change Polar Bear Health Cold Land Processes in the Northern Hemisphere: Regional and Global Climate and SocietalEcosystem Linkages and Interactions Cold Land Processes Sea Ice Knowledge and Use: Assessing Arctic Environmental and Social Change Sea Ice Knowledge & Use Exchange for Local Observations and Knowledge of the Arctic Exchange Local Knowledge International Tundra Experiment: impacts of climate variability on tundra ecosystems Tundra Experiment International Arctic Systems for Observing the Atmosphere Atmosphere Observing System Arctic Biosphere-Atmosphere Coupling across multiple Scales Biosphere-Atmosphere Coupling

Germany France

Substantial Netherlands Substantial Denmark Substantial Substantial Substantial Substantial Substantial Substantial USA USA USA Canada USA UK

WCRP, CliC, GEWEX
France Netherlands ?

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Pollution Transport to the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Pan-Arctic Lake Ice Cover Art & Climate Change Climate of the Arctic Climate, Chemistry & Aerosols Past Arctic Climate Variability Arctic Change Coastal Observatory Network Hydrological Cycle Hydrological Impact of Aerosols Future Arctic Observing Systems Climate System of Spitbergen Ocean Monitoring & Forecasting Reindeer Herding & Climate Change Bering Land Bridge Sea Ice Properties & Processes Sea Ice from Space Climate Change, Alaska Changing Arctic & Sub-Arctic Soils

INterContinental Atmospheric Transport of Anthropogenic Pollutants to the Arctic Arctic Ocean Diversity (ArcOD) Pan-Arctic Lake Ice Cover Under Contemporary and Future Climate Conditions Cape Farewell, science, education & culture of climate change Climate of the Arctic and its role for Europe/Arctic System Reanalysis POLar study using Aircraft, Remote sensing, surface measurements and modelling of Climate, chemistry, Aerosols and Transport ARCTIC OCEAN W ARMING IN THE PAST International Study of Arctic Change Arctic Circum-Polar Coastal Observatory Network The Arctic Hydrological Cycle Monitoring, Modelling and Assessment Program Hydrological Impact of Arctic Aerosols Consortium for coordination of Observation and Monitoring of the Arctic for Assessment and Research IPY Operational Oceanography for the Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas Reindeer Herders Vulnerability Network Study: Reindeer Pastoralism in a Changing Climate The Bering Strait, Rapid Change, and Land Bridge Paleoecology The state of the Arctic sea ice cover: Physical and biological properties and processes in a changing environment Sea Ice from Space for IPY (EoI #921) Parent Activity: iAOOS (EoI #80) Climate change in the Arctic with special emphasis on Alaska Response of Arctic and Subarctic soils in a changing Earth: dynamic and frontier studies Modern fluctuations of surging glaciers of the Alaska, Svalbard and high elevated Asia glaciers Polar Disturbance and Ecosystem Services: Links between Climate and Human W ell-being Heat and salt fluxes through sea ice, pollutant transport and surface ocean hydrography Measurement and Attribution of recent Greenland Ice sheet chaNgeS (MARGINS)

INCATPA ArcOD Pan-Arctic Lake Ice Cover Cape Farewell CARE/ASR POLARCAT W ARMPAST ISAC ACCO-Net Arctic-Hydra HIAA COMAAR SCSCS IPY Arctic GOOS Reindeer herdring and climate change (EALAT) Bering land bridge Arctic Sea Ice Properties and Processes iAOOS / SISI Climate Change RASCHER REMOSUR Polar Disturbance and Ecosystem Services Heat and salt fluxes through sea ice MARGINS

Substantial Substantial Substantial Substantial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial

Canada USA USA UK Norway Norway Norway Sweden Germany Iceland USA Sweden Russia Norway Norway USA USA ? Sweden USA Russia Russia USA Canada USA

Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic Arctic

France

France France SPARC

Canada? Canada

Netherlands ?

through MoU with IPA WCRP, CliC GEWEX

France Canada?

WCRP, CliC

266 Surging Glaciers 275 Impacts of Ecosystem Disturbances 322 Heat & Salt through Sea Ice 339 Greenland Ice Discharges

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CANADA - IPY funded projects
Project Title

Source: document <NCR-#940173-v2-IPY_-_BACKGROUNDER_PROJECTS>

Last update: 7th May 2007

Short IPY Title

IPY cluster #

PI

Institution

Funder

Description

Location

Funder web link

Other web link

Other web link

General topic

Approved by PI?

Arctic Freshwater Systems

Arctic-Hydra

104

Wrona/Pietroniro

Environment Canada

NCR

Numerous field sites and communities across Canada’s North (Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, analyses will be carried out to develop new knowledge and information to assess the hydrology and ecology of northern freshwater ecosystems. Field studies and laboratory Nunavik, Nunatsiavut) In several provinces, through collaboration between government,

Arctic Weather and Environmental Prediction Initiative

THORPEX ?

121 ?

Gilbert Brunet

Environment Canada

NCR

university and modeling and data assimilation studies of various components of Arctic weather and climate systems, such as snow processes, polar clouds, sea-ice and ozone layer. The objective of this initiative is to develop and validate a regional Nu This initiative involves numericalnorthern communities

C3O - Canada's Three Oceans

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Eddy Carmack

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

NCR

C3O will measure ocean and ecosystem properties from Vancouver Island to Nova Scotia, including the Gulf of Alaska, the Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort Seas, the deep Canada Basin, the Northwest Passage from Amundsen Gulf to Lancaster Sound, Baffin Bay and the Labrador Sea. In all, approximately 12,000 km of ocean track will Coast Guard C3O will use two Canadian be covered. icebreakers, whose current mission tracks encircle Canada, to obtain a snapshot of large-scale ocean and ecosystem properties, and thus establish a scientific basis for sustained monitoring of Canada's Sub-Arctic and Arctic s The study area includes the subArctic Pacific (margin leading up to the Aleutians), the Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort Seas, the Baffin Bay and Davis Strait, and the Canadian Archipelago The intent of this project is to collect sediment cores along sections on the margin of Canada's three oceans, with the view that these sections span the present-day marginal ice zone. The change in the ice conditions of the Arctic Ocean's margin can then be assessed

The Carbon Cycle in the Canadian Arctic and Sub-Arctic Continental Margin The Circumpolar Flaw Lead System Study Climate Change Impacts on Canadian Arctic Tundra

? ?
ITEX ?

Charles Gobeil David Barber 188 ? Greg Henry

Université du Québec University of Manitoba University of British Columbia

NCR NCR NCR

Southern importance This project will examine theBeaufort Sea of climate processes in changing the nature of a flaw lead system (a unique area where open water persists throughout the winter) in the Northern Hemisphere, and the effect these changes have on the marine ecosystem, conta

Canadian Arctic The project will examine how tundra ecosystems respond to climate variation using warming experiments and transects across a wide variety of tundra landscapes. It will provide the most complete assessment of tundra ecosystems in Canada, which can be used to eva

The Impact of Climate Change on Tundra Wildlife Climate Variability and Change Effects on Chars in the Arctic Determining the Diet of the Greenland Shark in a Changing Arctic Effects of Global Warming on Polar Bears, Seals and Whales Polar Ecosystems in Transition: An Interdisciplinary Investigation into the Impacts of Climate Change on Polar Bears Environmental Change in the High Arctic from Snow and Ice Cores How Seabirds Can Help Detect Ecosystem Change in the Arctic

ITEX ?

188 ?

Gilles Gauthier James Reist Aaron Fisk

? ?
BearHealth ?

Université Laval Fisheries and Oceans Canada University of Windsor Fisheries and Oceans Canada

NCR NCR NCR NCR

The project will take place at several sites in the Canadian Arctic, including national/ territorial parks in Nunavut, Yukon and Manitoba This project aims to document direct and indirect impacts of climate change on terrestrial animal biodiversity (insects, mammals, birds), and forecast future impacts on these populations and the Arctic ecosystem. The project will evaluate how arctic biodiversity will be im Nunavut, Nunavik, Labrador and the Northwest Territories This project is focused on understanding the effects of climate change on char (species of freshwater fish) biodiversity, how this responds to climate change, and the consequences of this to human beings. The work also examines linkages between climate change and

Nunavut This project will determine the role of the Greenland shark in Arctic ecosystems, particularly its predation on marine mammals during winter ice cover and summer open water periods. This information is critical for managing other important animal populations in the Arct Hudson Bay This research project will find out how marine mammals will adapt to global warming and whether they will be able to survive into the future. The project team will study the relationship between warming temperatures and changes in where polar bears, seals, and whales Nunavut, Manitoba, Nunavik,

134 ?

Steven Ferguson

BearHealth ?

134 ?

Elizabeth Peacock Jocelyne Bourgeois William Montevecchi

Government of Nunavut

NCR NCR

Nunatsiavut This project’s objective is to gather scientific and Inuit knowledge on changes in the polar bear ecology. The project will examine foraging ecology (changes and variations in terrestrial feeding, and the correlation of seal and polar bear growth) in four populations. The stu

? ?
ACCO-net ?

Memorial University Fisheries and Oceans Canada Carleton University University of British Columbia Queen’s University Yukon College Fisheries and Oceans Canada

NCR

International teamsNunavut and northern Greenland retrieve ice cores and snow pit samples from the Canadian High Arctic and Greenland to study past climate, contaminants concentrations and environmental change. The overall objectives are to understand past clima of scientists will collaborate to Nunavut, Newfoundland and Climate changes that have been underway for several decades are influencing marine life in Arctic waters. Diving and surface-feeding seabirds (murres, fulmars, gannets, storm-petrels) will be studied during summer and when migrating throughout the High and Low Ar Labrador
Beaufort Sea, and coastal areas of

Impacts of Severe Arctic Storms and Climate Change on Coastal Areas Inuit Sea Ice Use and Occupancy Project Investigation of the Effect of Climate Change on Nutrient and Carbon Cycles in the Arctic Ocean Measuring the Impact of Climate Change on Landscape and Water Systems in the High Arctic Monitoring the Impacts of Global Change on Caribou and Wild Reindeer and their Link to Human Communities. Ocean Currents of Arctic Canada Ocean Production of Trace Gases in the Arctic and their Impact on Climate The PEARL near the Pole – Atmospheric Research in the High

90 ?

?

William Perrie Claudio Aporta

NCR NCR

the Yukon understand coastal oceanographic processes in the Southern Beaufort Sea, and the related waters of the Western Canadian Arctic, driven by intense storms and severe weather. This area is important because the use of the coastal marin The focus of this project is toand Northwest Territories Nunavut, Nunavik This project’s aim is to provide a broad snapshot of Inuit knowledge and use of sea ice in the Canadian Arctic. The project also allocates resources to contribute to scientific, educational, and policy initiatives that seek to incorporate Inuit and scientific knowledge in inves Two oceanic research cruises in the

? ?
EALAT ?

Roger Francois Scott Lamoureux 399 ? Don Russell Humfrey Melling

NCR NCR NCR NCR

Beaufort Sea and the Chukchi Sea This study will provide crucial information that will enable scientists to better predict the effect of changes in temperature, ice cover and fresh water discharge on the productivity, ecosystem structure and carbon sequestration capacity of the Arctic Ocean. This informatio

Nunavut This research will investigate how climate change effects Arctic rivers, soils and vegetation, and provide an understanding of the hydrological and ecosystem processes that are sensitive to climate change. The research also seeks to predict and anticipate future climate Northwest Territories An international network of scientists, managers and community representatives will work to improve our understanding of the impacts of changes in the Arctic on caribou and wild reindeer herds, as well as the people that depend on them for survival.

?
RadTrace?

Qikiqtaaluk much in Nunavut This project will measure how Regionfresh water, salt water and sea ice pass from the Arctic Ocean to the Labrador Sea through the Canadian Archipelago each year. It will also determine what drives this flow, and how it will change with changing climate. Fresh water m an East-West transect across Baffin Bay and Lancaster Sound/Barrow

433 ?

Maurice Levasseur James Drummond

Université Laval University of Toronto University of Ottawa

NCR NCR NCR

Strait in Nunavut The biological and photochemical production of a number of climate-active trace gases and related atmospheric compounds, including aerosols, will be measured during two autumn expeditions on board the ice-breaker CCGS Amundsen in 2007 and 2008. This projec

Arctic Permafrost Conditions and Climate Change

?
TSP ?

Nunavut PEARL is a new atmospheric research laboratory at Eureka, Nunavut. International Polar Year observations at this site will be intensified and several specific research projects will be conducted. Coordinated atmospheric experiments will be run in conjunction with othe Yukon, Northwest Territories and

50 ?

Antoni Lewkowicz

Nunavut The goal of this project is to provide a snapshot of permafrost conditions during the International Polar Year that we can use to make predictions about the future. Permafrost and the ice it contains make it difficult to build houses, roads and pipelines in the North. Howev Little Fox Lake, Yukon (closest community: Whitehorse), and Alert, Nunavut (closest community: Grise

Pollutants Travelling in the Air to the Arctic OASIS-CANADA: Understanding Ozone and Mercury in the Air

INCATPA OASIS-IPY

327 ? 38

Hayley Hung Jan Bottenheim

Environment Canada Environment Canada

NCR NCR

Fjiord). This project will measure toxic chemicals produced from human activity and carried through the air to the Arctic. The chemicals will be measured in the air around the Pacific Rim to find out where they have come from and how they ended up in the Arctic. As these chem

Over the Arctic Ocean

The Arctic Ocean When the sun rises in the Arctic, both tropospheric ozone gas and toxic chemical mercury mysteriously disappear from the air in the lowest layers of the atmosphere. OASIS-CANADA aims to understand the causes of their disappearance while investigating the effects

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Variability and Change in the Canadian Cryosphere (Snow and Ice)

State and Fate of the Cryosphere

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Anne Walker

Environment Canada

NCR

Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, northern Research activitiesQuebec investigating the current state and past change of the cryosphere (snow, lake and river ice, sea ice, frozen ground, glaciers and ice caps) through analysis of satellite data and images, field measurements, and historical data. Projections of fut involve

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FINLAND - IPY funded projects
Project Title

Source: http://www.ipy-finland.fi/?deptid=19765 Short IPY Title IPY cluster # PI Institution

Last update: 8th May 2007

Funder

Funding amount

Description

Location

Funder web link

Other Web link: web link funding

General topic

Approve d by PI?

KINNVIKA: Change and Variability of the Arctic System – Nordaustlandet, Svalbard

KINNVIKA

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Matti Leppäranta & VeliPekka Salonen

University of Helsinki

Finnish Academy

763 000 euros

Nordaustlandet, Svalbard

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FRANCE - IPY funded projects
Project Title

Source: Short IPY Title

http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_apiLast update: 9th May 2007

IPY cluster #

PI

Institution

Funder

IPEV Description Location funding #

Funder web link

Other web link

Other web link

General topic

Approve d by PI?

Sea level and tidal science in the polar oceans integrated Arctic Ocean Observing System Arctic and Antarctic glacier hydrosystems as natural sensors for recent climatic variations Air-Ice Chemical Interactions - IPY coordinated studies The Pan-Arctic cluster for climate forcing of the Arctic Marine Ecosystem Climate of the Arctic and its Role for Europe/Arctic System Reanalysis POLar study using aircraft, remote sensing, surface measurements and modelling of Climate, chemistry, Aerosols and Transport An International study of the biogeochimical cycles of Trace Elements and Isotopes in the Arctic and Southern Oceans Ocean-Atmosphere-Sea Ice-Snowpack interactions affecting Atmospheric Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems in the Arctic Arctic Palaeoclimate and its EXtremes Developing Arctic Modelling and Observing Capabilities for Long-term Environmental Studies Change and variability of Arctic systems Nordaustlandet, Svalbard IPICS : International Partnerships in Ice Core Science The Greenland Ice Sheet : Stability, History and Evolution Improved numerical weather forecasting and climate simulations ECOsystem West GREENland Ice and snow mass change of Arctic and Antarctic polar regions using GRACE satellite gravimetry Bipolar Climate Machinery MEOP : Marine mammal Exploration of the Oceans Pole to Pole : Sea Ice Knowledge and Use : assessing Arctic environmental ans social change A network to characterize the climate-forcing properties of aerosols in polar regions Polar Earth Observing Network Arctic Ocean Diversity IPY Operational Oceanography for the Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas

Sea Level iAOOS Hydro-sensor-FLOW S AICI-IPY PAN_AME CARE/ASR

13 14 16 20 26 28

Laurent TESTUT

Laboratoire d'Etudes en Géophysique et Océanographie Spatiales - LEGOS (CNRS, Université Toulouse 3, CNES, IRD) IPEV 688 http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/13_sea_level_and_tidal_science_in_the_polar_oceans http://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/688_api_13_niveau_de_la_mer sea level

Jean-Claude GASCARD Laboratoire d'Océanographie417 Climat : Expérimentations ethttp://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/14_integrated_arctic_ocean_observing_system IPEV et du Arctic Approches http://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/417_api_14_et_40_etude_des_mecanismes_de_ventilation_des_masses_d_eaux_profondes_du_storfjord Numériques - LOCEAN (Université de Paris VI, CNRS, MNHN, IRD) ocean/climate Madeleine GRISELIN Kathy LAW Patrick MAYZAUD THEoriser et Modéliser pour Aménager, THEMA this programde Besançon, http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/16_arctic_and_antarctic_glacier_hydrosystems_as_natural_sensors_for_recent_climatic_variations IPEV 304 & 1060 The goal of (Université is to quantify liquid and solid fluxes from a Spitsbergen typical polar hydro-system with a sensor web (both remote and in situ sensing) and water samplings. Space and time dynamics over a four years period (2006-2009) will also be Spitsbergenhttp://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/304_api_16_dynamique_hydrologique_d_un_hydrosysteme_englace_du_spitzberg_le_bassin_du_loven_est Université de Dijon, CNRS) http://blog.hydro-sensor-flow.com/ hydrology

Service d'Aéronomie du CNRS - InstitutIPY project n°20 AICI-IPY : Air-Ice Chemical Interactions - IPY coordinated studies, scientists from Europe, North America and New Zealand will investigate how the presence of snow and ice affects the chemistry of air above the polar ice caps. In the Arct ? In Pierre Simon Laplace http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/20_air_ice_chemical_interactions_ipy_coordinated_studies http://www.ifremer.fr/ifrtp/pages/API%202007-2008/API/20.pdf atmosphere

Laboratoire d'Océanographie455Villefranche-sur-Mercluster will focusUniversité Paris VI) IPEV de The PAN-AME - LOV (CNRS, on testable hypotheses integrated across several research projects in a coordinate effort to examine the role of that changing oceanic and atmospheric forcing have on the Arctic marine ecosystem. Detailed physical and biolo Spitsbergenhttp://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/455_api_26_les_predateurs_planctoniques_role_et_strategie_adaptative_dans_le_controle_des_ecosystemes_arctiquesimportance_du_metabolisme_lipidique http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/26_the_pan_arctic_cluster_for_climate_forcing_of_the_arctic_marine_ecosystem http://www.ifremer.fr/ifrtp/pages/API%202007-2008/API/26.pdf ecosystems/climate

Jean-Claude GASCARD Laboratoire d'Océanographie et du Climat : Expérimentations et Approches http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/28_climate_of_the_arctic_and_its_role_for_europe_arctic_system_reanalysis ? Climate of the Arctic and its Role for Europe/Arctic System Reanalysis also called IPY-CARE. The overall objective of IPY-CARE is to create, co-ordinate and prepare a Pan-European science and implementation plan for Arctic climate change and ecosyste Numériques - LOCEAN (Université de Paris VI, CNRS, MNHN, IRD) http://www.ipy-care.org/ climate

POLARCAT
IPY-GEOTRACES

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Marc DELMOTTE

Laboratoire des Sciences du 439 IPEV Climat et de l'Environnement - LSCE on radiation transmission in the Arctic troposphere, both directly and indirectly via clouds. POLARCAT will study transport to the Arctic of aerosols, as well as of air pollution more generally, from anthropogenic sources and borea "Aerosols have a large effect (CNRS, http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/32_polar_study_using_aircraft_remote_sensing_surface_measurements_and_modelling_of_climate_chemistry_aerosols_and_transport Greenland http://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/439_api_32_bilan_de_carbone_sur_l_atlantique_nord_suivi_en_continu_du_co2_et_de_l_o2_atmospherique_au_cap_farewell_groenland CEA, Université de Versailles St-Quentin) aerosols

Sabrina SPEICH du Laboratoire deSPEICH du Laboratoire-de Physique des OcéansOcean ttp://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/35_an_international_study_of_the_biogeochimical_cycles_of_trace_elements_and_isotopes_in_the_arctic_and_southern_oceans Sabrina Physique?des Océans LPO (CNRS, Ifremer, zinc,LPO (CNRS, Ifremer, nickel and cobalt are essentialLaboratoire des cell anddude l'Environnement MARinde LEMAR (Université de Bretagne Occidentale, CNRS) de Brest avecentire AntarcticBONUS-GoodHope. Trace metals iron, Université demanganese, Université et Marie BOYE du for every Marie sciences Laboratoire des sciences - l'Environnement MARin - LEMAR (Université de Bretagne Occidentale, CNRS) de food-chain up sous-projet BONUS-GoodH Arctic - copper, Bretagne Occidentale) de Bretagne Occidentale) et living BOYE organism of our planet. Recently we discovered that algae in the Southern Ocean, the basis of the le sous-projet Brest avec le to pinguins and whales, suff h http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/35_an_international_study_of_the_biogeochimical_cycles_of_trace_elements_and_isotopes_in_the_arctic_and_southern_oceans http://www.geotraces.org/

OASIS APEX

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Christophe FERRARI Gerhard KRINNER

Laboratoire de Glaciologie et 399 IPEV Géophysique de l'Environnement - LGGE the air over the Grenoble I, CNRS) health of mammals and humans is at stake, and a future change in climate will undoubtedly introduce unknown changes. OASIS will make use of a variety of platforms (icebreakers, ice isla OASIS will study the chemistry in (Université de Arctic Ocean. The Svalbard, Greenland http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/38_ocean_atmosphere_sea_ice_snowpack_interactions_affecting_atmospheric_biogeochemistry_and_ecosystems_in_the_arctic http://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/399_api_38_chimie_du_mercure_en_zone_polaire http://www.oasishome.net/ ocean/climate

DAMOCLES Kinnvika IPICS-IPY The Greenland Ice Sheet THORPEX ECOGREEN

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Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Géophysique de l'Environnement - LGGE (Université de Grenoble I, CNRS) ? http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/39_arctic_palaeoclimate_and_its_extremes palaeoclimate 417 & 1051 & Jean-Claude GASCARD (France) Laboratoire d'Océanographie et du Climatproject n°40 DAMOCLES : Developing Arctic http://www.damocles-eu.org/ IPEV IPY : Expérimentations (Storfjord), Mer de Laptev, Modeling and Observing CapabilitiesCNRS, MNHN, IRD) Svalabrd ethttp://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/417_api_14_et_40_etude_des_mecanismes_de_ventilation_des_masses_d_eaux_profondes_du_storfjord Approches http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/40_developing_arctic_modelling_and_observing_capabilities_for_long_term_environmental_studies Numériques - LOCEAN (Université de Paris VI, for Long-term Environmental Studies is an integrated ice-atmosphere-ocean monitoring and forecasting system designed for observing, understanding and quantifying cl oceanography 1058

Marie-Françoise ANDRE Laboratoire de géographie physique et environnementale - GEOLAB (Université de Clermont-Ferrand II, CNRS) ? Nordaustlandet, Svalbard (Kinnvika) http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/58_change_and_variability_of_arctic_systems_nordaustlandet_svalbard http://www.kinnvika.net/ geomorphology 425, 454, Dominique RAYNAUD Laboratoire de Glaciologie et 458 IPEV Géophysique de l'Environnement - LGGE (Université composition have varied in the past. IPICS will develop international plans for new projects on timescales from 2000 to over a million years. A focus in IPY will be on starting a core to bedrock in Greenland that aim Ice cores tell us how climate and atmospheric de Grenoble I, CNRS) Greenland http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/117_international_partnerships_in_ice_core_science_ipy_initiative http://www.ifremer.fr/ifrtp/pages/API%202007-2008/API/117.pdf http://www.pages-igbp.org/science/initiatives/ipics/index.html ice cores Valérie MASSON-DELMOTTE Laboratoire des Sciences du 458 IPEV Climat et de l'Environnement - LSCE (CNRS, http://www.ifremer.fr/ifrtp/pages/API%202007-2008/API/118.pdf Greenland http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/118_the_greenland_ice_sheet_stability_history_and_evolution CEA, Université Versailles St-Quentin) glaciers Christophe GENTHON David GREMILLET Laboratoire de Glaciologie et 914 IPEV Géophysique de l'Environnement - LGGE (Universitéclimate simulations Improved numerical weather forecasting and de Grenoble I, CNRS) http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/121_improved_numerical_weather_forecasting_and_climate_simulations http://www.wmo.int/thorpex/ climate Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien & IPHC,UniversitéGreenland IPEV 388 The overall focus of the Strasbourg I, CNRS W est de ECOGREEN http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/122_ecosystem_west_greenland http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/122_ecosystem_west_greenland consortium is to establish the scientific basis for a long-term ecosystem-based management of marine resources in W est Greenland. ecosystems

Antarctica & Greenland mass balance by Guillaume RAMILLIEN 125 GRACE satellite gravimetry Laboratoire d'Etudes en Géophysique et Océanographie Spatiales - LEGOS (CNRS, Université Toulouse 3, CNES, IRD) IPEV Greenland http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/125_ice_and_snow_mass_change_of_arctic_and_antarctic_polar_regions_using_grace_satellite_gravimetry glaciers BIPOMAC MEOP SIKU POLAR-AOD-IPY POLENET ArcOD IPY Arctic GOOS 130 153 166 171 185 333 379

Xavier CROSTA du laboratoire "Environnements et Paléoenvironnements OCéaniques" - http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/130_bipolar_climate_machineryETIENNE duand amplifying géographie physique et environnementale Clermont-Ferrand II, CNRS) Dominique RAYNAUD realistic est Xavier CROSTA du laboratoire "Environnementsn°130 BIPOMAC - Bipolar Climate Machinery is (Universitéthe interplay of northern and southern polarSamuel géographie physique et de global climate as GEOLAB in paleoclimate archives and their significance for the generation of du Dominiq IPEV IPY project et Paléoenvironnements OCéaniques" - EPOC aclimateof Bordeaux 1/OASU, CNRS/INSU, EPHE) processes in driving laboratoire environnementale - recorded (Université de - GEOLAB (Université de Clermont-Ferrand II, CNRS) Laborat EPOC (Université Bordeaux 1/OASU, CNRS/INSU, EPHE) Samuel ETIENNE du laboratoire de study

Henri W EIMERSKIRCH Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé - CEBC (CNRS) IPEV 109 & 450 Collecting oceanographic data from ice-filled polar waters is costly and logistically challenging. Rather than relying solely on human scientists, this project uses beluga whales and four seal species as ocean explorers to collect information about the conductiv Arctic http://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/109_api_153_variation_spatio_temporelle_de_l_environnement_et_ecologie_des_oiseaux_et_mammiferes_marins_reponses_individuelles_et_consequences http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/153_marine_mammal_exploration_of_the_oceans_pole_to_pole oceanography/marine biology Nicole TERSIS

Centre d'Etudes des Langues Indigènes d'Amérique - CELIA (CNRS) of the polar environment; it issea ice of its most tangible indicators of change. During the last two decades, and in the past several years in particular, both polar scientists and local indigenous residents have detected drama ? Sea ice is a fundamental feature http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/166_sea_ice_knowledge_and_use_assessing_arctic_environmental_ans_social_change also one

Alfons SCHARW ZENBOECK Laboratoire de Météorologie Physique - LaMP (OPGC / Université establishing a bipolar network toaerosols IPEV 430 The proposed Svalbard http://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/430_api_171_etude_de_la_phase_glace_dans_l_interaction_des_proprietes_optiques_et_microphysiques_des_nuages_mixtes_en_arctiquecharacterizations, activity aims at de Clermont-Ferrand II / CNRS) obtain data needed to quantify properties of aerosols at high latitudes, including seasonal background concentrations by measurements of aerosol optical depth (AOD), spectral http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/171_a_network_to_characterize_the_climate_forcing_properties_of_aerosols_in_polar_regions Jacques HINDERER Tarik CHEKCHAK

l'Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg - IPGSdeploy an Iceland IPEV 337 & 1021 POLENET willSpitsberg, ambitious array of geophysical instruments across the polar regions in order to study the complex interplay between climate, ice sheets, geodynamics, and global sea level change. POLENET geodetic and seismic observations, paire (Université de Strasbourg I, CNRS, INSU, EOST) http://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/programmes_de_recherche/en_cours/337_api_152_et_185_variation_de_gravite_et_mouvement_vertical_dans_les_regions_polaires_apport_aux_problemes_du_rebond_post_glaciaire_et_de_la_ http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/185_polar_earth_observing_network geophysical observations The Cousteau Society ? ?

The Arctic Ocean environment is undergoing tremendous changes over the last decreased with shrinking sea ice cover and increased freshwater run-off and coastal erosion. The documentation of the current state of Arctic marine biological diversity is urgen oceanography/marine biology

Pierre BAHUREL et G. GARRIC MERCATOR-OCEAN IPEV

The overall objectiveOcean ttp://www.ipev.fr/pages/API%202007-2008/API/379.pdf Arctic of the IPY project n°379 IPY Arctic GOOS is to develop and implement operational monitoring and forecasting systems in the Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas. The systems will be based on state-of-the-art remote sensing, in situ observa h http://www.annee-polaire.fr/api/la_recherche_francaise_et_l_api/379_ipy_operational_oceanography_for_the_arctic_ocean_and_adjacent_seas oceanography

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GERMANY - IPY funded projects
Project Title Short IPY Title

Source: http://www.international-polar-year.de IPY cluster #
90 214 ? 130

Last update: 8th May 2007

PI

Institution

Funder

Description Location

Funder web link

Other web link

Other web link

General topic

Approve d by PI?

Arctic Circum-Polar Coastal Observatory Network Altitudinal Zonation of Vegetation in Continental West Greenland (AZV) BIPOMAC (Bipolar Climate Machinery) Developing Arctic Modelling and Observing Capabilities for Long-term Environmental Studies (DAMOCLES) Hotspot Ecosystem Research on the Margins of European Seas (Hermes) Monitoring Ammassalik Vegetation Change (MAVC) Climatic archive in Siberian permafrost (PAST PERMAFROST) Synoptic Pan-Arctic Climate and Environment Study (SPACE)

ACCO-Net BTF ? Bipolar Climate Machinery (BIPOMAC)

Pier Paul Overduin Birgit Sieg Rainer Gersonde

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research Potsdam http://www.international-polar-year.de/ACCO-Net.84+M52087573ab0.0.html is sensitive to changing sea level, sea ice and air and ground temperature changes. Resource access and availability are directly impacted by these changes as well. Researc Human habitation, migration and resource use in the north occurs mostly along the Arctic coastline. This environment http://www.international-polar-year.de/Time-place.87+M52087573ab0.0.html http://www.awi-potsdam.de/acd/acconet/ coastlines University of Münster, Institute of Plant Ecology The vegetation http://www.international-polar-year.de/Time-place.279+M52087573ab0.0.html of arctic mountain complexes is still unexplored to avegetation http://www.international-polar-year.de/Template.283+M52087573ab0.0.html great extent. Extensive knowledge about arctic vegetation is needed for predictions and observations of climate change (biomonitoring). Hence, the AZV-Project aims at providing basic data for this research by accomplishing a

Alfred-Wegener-Institut for A study of the interplay ofocean: Expedition aboard the processes inclimatology amplifying globalaboard the French RV 'Marion Dufresne' / Leaving Punta Arenas/Chile onsignificance of processesRoute south of the Falkland islands / Route South Georgia/Scotia Sea, both for marine-geological in Polar- and Marine Research Southern northern and southern polar French RV 'Marion Dufresne': Expedition climate variability: Paleoclimatic research has outlined the extraordinary the 1st of March 2007 / in polar regions in driving and amplifying global climate variability at centennial to millenial time sca http://www.international-polar-year.de/BIPOMAC.107+M52087573ab0.0.html driving and

DAMOCLES Hermes - The nordic margin ? ? ?

40 22 ? ? ?

Eberhard Fahrbach Michael Klages Frederikus J.A. Daniëls Lutz Schirrmeister Ursula Schauer

Alfred Wegener Institute for PolarDecember 1st 2005, 44 Institutions including 7 http://classic.ipy.org/development/eoi/proposal-details.php?id=14 than 100 Arctic Ocean scientific experts, are engaged under the words of DAMOCLES for space and in situ observations, modelling and forecasting of the long-term change Since and Marine Researchhttp://www.international-polar-year.de/DAMOCLES.311+M52087573ab0.0.html http://www.international-polar-year.de/Time-place.314+M52087573ab0.0.htmlcountries representing more http://www.damocles-eu.org/ among 10 European SMEs distributed climate/ocean/ice

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research component of the EU funded project HERMES, an integrated from May to Julyresearch on ecosystemsNorway the deeper ocean section. We propose a POLARSTERN research expedition covering several types of Arctic margin habitats. The project HERMES is d This proposal is an essential The RV 'Polarstern' will guide the HERMES-expedition 'The nordic Margin' project aiming at 2007, off the coast of lying in http://www.international-polar-year.de/Hermes-The-nordic-Margin.76+M52087573ab0.0.html marine biology

University of Münster, Institute of Plant Ecology project Southeast Greenland The objectives of this Ammassalik, are to assess and evaluate in 2007 the status of the plant communities of the tundra of Southeast Greenland with 1966-1969 as baseline. The results substantially contribute both to the knowledge of vegetation dynamics, effects of global warming and human impac http://www.international-polar-year.de/MAVC.268+M52087573ab0.0.html?&0= vegetation

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Forschungsstelle to the(New Geologie Islands, Yana-Kolyma Lowland) phenomenon in polar regions. One of the most stable, oldest and largest permafrost region exists in Arctic Siberia since the Late Pliocene (2 mio. years BP). Various palaeo-environmental record Permafrost belongs, beside the large ice caps, Potsdam, Siberian Arctic North-East-Siberia 130-150°E widest distributed climatically induced surface http://www.international-polar-year.de/PAST-PERMAFROST.220+M52087573ab0.0.html Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research Inmitten einer Phase Strait, Arctic Bassinhttp://www.international-polar-year.de/SPACE.303+M52087573ab0.0.html Fram dramatischen Wandels in allen Klimakomponenten der Arktis -Atmosphäre, Eis und Ozean - bietet das Internationale Polarjahr 2007/08 die einmalige Möglichkeit einer breiten Aufnahme der momentanen Situation des...

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IPY cluster Project Title
The dynamic response of Arctic glaciers to global warming (GLACIODYN) Arctic glaciers, climate and sea level change MELTWATER INPUT, FLOW AND CALVING OF ARCTIC GLACIERS Consequences of climate change for Arctic marine pelagic microbial communities. (coordinating proposal) Effects of global warming on ecosystem functioning in Polar habitats. The Dutch involvement in the TARANTELLA project Terrestrial ecosystems in ARctic and ANTarctic: Effects of UV Light, Liquefying ice, and Ascending temperatures (TARANTELLA) How trait spectra of bryophytes, vascular plants and soil invertebrates interact to control carbon turnover in arctic tundra: mechanisms underlying climate change impacts International Polar Year GEOTRACES: An international study of the biogeochemical cycles of Trace Elements and Isotopes in the ARctic and Southern Oceans (IPY-GEOTRACES) IPY-NL-GEOTRACES: Netherlands Contribution to an International Study of the Biogeochemical. Cycles of Trace Elements and Isotopes in the Arctic and Southern Oceans Long-lived evergreen shrubs from polar ecosystems as monitors of present and past climate change:reconstruction of annual polar temperature and Arctic Oscillation phase changes with a new climate multiproxy (wintermark T, 18O and 2H in plant segments Northern High Latitude Climate variability during the past 2000 years: implications for human settlement. (NORCLIM) Pelagic Archaea in the changing coastal Arctic (PACCA) Regional modelling of Greenland surface mass balance for key episodes in the past and future

Sources of info:

http://www.nwo.nl/nwohome.nsf/pages/NW OA_6VSFY5/$file/presentation-IPY-NL-introduction-HanLindeboom.pdf?openelement http://www.nwo.nl/nwohome.nsf/pages/NW OA_6VTMDC_Eng Last update: 8th May, 2007

NWO: PI
J. Oerlemans J. Oerlemans

Funder Description Location
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Other web link

Other web link General topic

Approved Resource by PI? s needed

Short IPY Title
GLACIODYN GLACIODYN

#
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Institution

Funder

NWO amount

period

web link

Eur 98 690,00 voor personele kosten IMAU - UU (UtrechtNW O (Nederlandse Marine and Atmospheric ResearchOnderzoek) 31.05.2008 Univ. - Institute65 000,00 voor materiële kosten 01.06.2006 ? Eur for Organisatie voor W etenshappelijk Utrecht) tot

http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135174?opendocument

IMAU - UU (UtrechtNW O (Nederlandse Marine and Atmospheric ResearchOnderzoek) 31.07.2010Greenland ice sheet defines the Netherlands contribution to IPY research into the dynamics and mass balance of Arctic glaciers. If they were to melt completely, Arctic glaciers, including the Greenland ice sheet, h Univ. - Institute25 000,00 voor materiële kosten 01.08.2006 tot http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135032?opendocument glaciers Eur for Organisatie voor W etenshappelijk Utrecht) This coordinated research proposal

GLACIODYN ?

37

C.H. Tijm-Reijmer

Eur 216 163,00 voor personele kosten IMAU - UU (UtrechtNW O (Nederlandse Marine voor materiële kosten Univ. - Institute164 650,00 and Atmospheric ResearchOnderzoek) ater stored in glaciers, ice?sheets and ice caps in the Arctic is estimated to correspond to a sea level rise of 8 m. Arctic glaciers have lost a significant amount of mass over the past several decades as a consequence of global w 01.11.2006 tot http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135040?opendocument glaciers Eur for Organisatie voor W etenshappelijk Utrecht) W 31.10.2010

?

?

A.G.J. Buma

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Faculteit derOrganisatie en Natuurwetenschappen, Mariene 13.06.2010Spitsbergen in the Arctic shows a significant increase in mean seasonal temperatures leading to an ongoing reduction in Arctic sea ice cover. The increase in sea surface temperature is expected to enhance ther NW O (Nederlandse W iskunde voor W etenshappelijk Onderzoek) Biologie 01.08.2006 Recent climatologic research tot http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135298?opendocument marine biology ?

TARANTELLA

59

A.H.L. Huiskes

NIOO-KNAW (Netherlands Institute of Ecology) NW O (Nederlandse Organisatie voor W etenshappelijk Onderzoek) ? Especially in the higher latitudes temperature has risen markedly, because of global change and it is assumed that this trend will continue in the coming decades. This change in temperature is causing a change in moisture availa ? http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300134953?opendocument terrestrial biology ?
Eur 14 000,00 voor personele kosten NIOO-KNAW (Netherlands Institute83 000,00 voor materiële kosten NW O (Nederlandse Organisatie voor W etenshappelijk Onderzoek) 28.02.2010 01.03.2006 tot ? Eur of Ecology)

TARANTELLA

59

A.H.L. Huiskes

?

http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135177?opendocument terrestrial biology

ITEX ?

188 ?

J.H.C. Cornelissen

near the arctic Abisko Eur 167 214,00 voor personele kosten Research Station (ANS), VU-FALW (Vrije Universiteit AmsterdamOrganisatie voor Sciences) NW O (Nederlandse - Erath and Life W kosten 13.06.2006 Cold northern biomes, particularly peatlands dominated by bryophytes, have been accumulating of carbon in plant litter and older soil organic matter. Changes in the turnover (decomposition) of this organic material and in the rele tot http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135045?opendocument terrestrial biology Eur 73 400,00 voor materiële etenshappelijk Onderzoek) 30.06.2011North Sweden

GEOTRACE

35

H.J.W . de Baar

NIOZ (Royal Netherlands (Nederlandse 450,00 voor materiële kosten NW O Institute for Sea Research) 02.02.2006 tot ? Eur 163 Organisatie voor W etenshappelijk Onderzoek) 01.04.2007

?

http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135176?opendocument marine biology

GEOTRACE

35

H.J.W . de Baar

NIOZ (Royal Netherlands (Nederlandse Organisatie voor W kosten NW O Institute for Sea Research) 13.06.2006 In 30.06.2010 tot http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300134867?opendocument marine biology Eur 19 000,00 voor materiële etenshappelijk Onderzoek) GEOTRACES we defined 6 key trace metals which, with additional metals Co, Ni, Ag, the Si isotopes and changes of CO2 will be investigated in our national IPY-GEOTRACES subprojects 1-7. The distribution and biological a

?

?

J. Rozema

Eur 228 778,00 voor personele kosten VU-FALW (Vrije Universiteit AmsterdamOrganisatie voor Sciences) NW O (Nederlandse - Earth and Life W kosten 13.06.2006 Annual growth tot ? http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300134957?opendocument for high resolution Eur 66 200,00 voor materiële etenshappelijk Onderzoek) 30.06.2010 of longlived (40-100+ yrs) evergreen polar shrubs can be used terrestrial biology climate reconstructions similar to tree-ring based climate reconstructions at lower latitudes. Transfer relationships between tundra p

NORCLIM

120

S.R. Troelstra

VU-FALW (Vrije Universiteit AmsterdamOrganisatie voor Sciences) NW O (Nederlandse - Earth and Life W kosten 09.02.2006 tot ? Eur 35 000,00 voor materiële etenshappelijk Onderzoek) 28.02.2010

?

http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135180?opendocument past climate

?

?

G.J. Herndl

Eur 166 797,00 voor personele kosten NIOZ (Royal Netherlands (Nederlandse Organisatie voor W kosten NW O Institute for Sea Research) 01.08.2006 Pelagic Archaea tot ? http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300134869?opendocument marine biology Eur 44 900,00 voor materiële etenshappelijk Onderzoek) 31.07.2009 are ubiquitously present in the oceanic water column although they are generally less diverse than Bacteria. Archaea form together with Bacteria the prokaryotic plankton of the ocean, representing the main drive

? ACCO-Net ?

91 ? 90 ?

M.R. van den Broeke I. Overeem

Sediment Supply to the Arctic coastal zone

Eur 166 797,00 voor personele kosten Universiteit Utrecht NW O (Nederlandse Organisatie voor W kosten - Departement Natuur- & Sterrenkunde - Meteorologie & FysischeThe Greenland ice sheet (GrIS) contains http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300134959?opendocument shows that meltwater that has formed at the ice sheet surface drains to the bed of the glacier, accelerating the ice fl 15.10.2007 tot 15.10.2010Greenland enough water to raise global sea level by about 7 m. Recent research glaciers Eur 28 000,00 voor materiële etenshappelijk Onderzoek)Oceanografie Eur 172 371,00 voor personele kosten Universiteit Utrecht NW O (Nederlandse Organisatie voor W kosten - Faculteit Civiele Techniek en materiële etenshappelijk Onderzoek) 31.08.2010Baffin Bay tot http://www.nwo.nl/projecten.nsf/pages/2300135043?opendocument coastal Eur 43 100,00 voor Geowetenschappen 01.09.2006 Changes in the polar system due to changing global climate are both rapid and dramatic. Polar change has been selected as one of the main themes of the International Polar Year 2007-2008. Changing Northern Hemisphere tem

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Source: http://www.polaryear.no/seksjoner/prosjekter

Last update: 7th May 2007

IPY cluster Project Title
Long-term Sea Level Variability in the Nordic Seas Polar Study using Aircraft, Remote Sensing, Surface Measurements and Models, of Climate, Chemistry, Aerosols, and Transport - Norway THORPEX-IPY: Improved forecasting of adverse weather in the Arctic region - present and future

Funder PI
Pavlov, Vladimir

Other web
http://www.pol aryear.no/prosj ekter/LEVANS http://www.pola ryear.no/prosjek ter/POLARCAT http://www.pola ryear.no/prosjek ter/Thorpex

Other web link General topic

Approved by PI? Resources needed

Short IPY Title
LEVANS ?

#
13 ?

Institution
Norwegian Polar Institute

Funder
NFR

NFR # Description
?

Location

web link

link

POLARCAT

32

Andreas Stohl

THORPEX

121

Jon Egill Kristjansson

Norsk institutt for NFR luftforskning Det matematisknaturvitenskapelige NFR fakultet, UiO Det matematisknaturvitenskapelige NFR fakultet, UiO Det matematisknaturvitenskapelige fakultet Universitetet i NFR Bergen Meteorologisk NFR institutt - Oslo not funded in Norway according to IPY overview CICERO not funded in Norway according to IPY UNIFOB AS Bjerknes-senteret overview not funded in Norway Norwegian Polar according to IPY overview Institute not funded in Norway according to IPY Norwegian Polar overview Institute not funded in Norway according to IPY Norwegian Polar overview Institute not funded in Norway according to IPY Norwegian Polar overview Institute not funded in Norway according to IPY Norwegian Polar overview Institute not funded in Norway according to IPY Norwegian Polar overview Institute not funded in Norway Norwegian Polar according to IPY overview Institute not funded in Norway according to IPY Norwegian Polar overview Institute not funded in Norway Norwegian Polar according to IPY overview Institute

175916

http://www.polarc at.no/

175992

The dynamic response of Arctic glaciers to global warming

GLACIODYN

37

Jon Ove Hagen

176076

http://www.ipythorpex.no/ http://www.phys. http://www.pola uu.nl/~wwwimau/ ryear.no/prosjek research/ice_clim ter/Glaciodyn ate/iasc_wag/glac

Bipolar Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation iAOOS-Norway: Closing the loop Black Carbon and Mercury in Arctic snow and Ice: Implications for climate and environment Paleoceanagraphic and climatic variability on decadal to millennial timescales across the Drake Passage

BIAC iAOOS

23 14

Tor Gammelsrød & Tore Furevik

176082 176096

Cecilie Mauritzen

http://www.pola http://www.uib.no ryear.no/prosjek /people/ngfso/BIA ter/BIAC C/ http://www.iaoos. http://www.polaryear.no/prosjekter/iAOOS no/

?

176479

?

176029

The Pan Arctic cluster for Climate forcing of the Arctic Marine PAN-AME Ecosystem

36

Falk-Pettersen, Stig

Climate of the Arctic and its role for Europe

IPY-CARE

28

Falk-Pettersen, Stig

ARCTIC OCEAN WARMING IN THE PAST Northern High Latitude Climate variability during the past 2000 years: implications for human settlement. ATMOSPHERIC MONITORING NETWORK FOR ANTHROPOGENIC POLLUTION IN POLAR REGIONS Arctic Climate Diversity; Integrating physical and biological observations

W ARMPAST

36

Koc, Nalan

NORCLIM

120

Koc, Nalan

ATMOPOL

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Isaksson, Elisabeth

ARCDIV

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Ørbæk, Jon-Børre

North Pole-IPY (part of OASIS; Ocean-Atmosphere-Sea IceSnowpack Interactions affecting Atmospheric Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems in the Arctic)
Developing Arctic Modelling and Observing Capabilities for Longterm Environmental Studies

North Pole ?

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Gerland, Sebastian

DAMOCLES

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Hansen, Edmond

Change and variability of the Arctic Systems, Nordaustlandet, Kinnvika Svalbard Permafrost Observatory Project: A Contribution to the Thermal State of Permafrost in Norway and Svalbard (TSP TSP Norway) Reindeer Herders Vulnerability Network Study: Reindeer Pastoralism in a changing climate (EALÀT) The Effect of Climate Change on Arctic High-Impact Weather Events (ArcChange)

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Isaksson, Elisabeth
Hanne Hvidtfeldt Christiansen

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The University Centre in Svalbard

NFR

EALAT

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Ole-Henrik Magga
oyvinds@met.no

Sámi allaskuvla Samisk høgskole NFR
Meteorologisk institutt - Oslo

http://www.ipy. http://www.ipy.or org/index.php? g/index.php?ipy/ ipy/detail/perm detail/permafrost afrost_observa distributed set of http://www.pol The key goal of TSPene observatoriet vil gå fra maritime Arnøya til kontinentale Nordnes i indre Troms.status of permafrost temperatures, active layer thicknesses and periglacial activity in Svalbard and Norway. Two new boreholes nordnorske delen av dette nordskandinav Det NORWAY will be to develop a spatially _observatory_probservations on present Observatoriet vil fortsette inn i Sverige og Finland, hvor liknende målinger blir gjennomført av svenske og finske kolleger. I den will be drilled and equipped giving new in aryear.no/filear chive/EALAT. pdf IPY EALÁT-RESEARCH focuses through research on understanding adaptive capacity of reindeer pastoralism to climate variability and change in Russia and Norway. IPY EALÀT Reindeer herding and climate change is has received full endorsement from IPY Joint com Russia, Norway http://www.pol aryear.no/prosj ekter/ArcChan

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UK - IPY funded projects

Sources:

http://www.nerc.ac.uk/research/areas/polar/ipy/science.asp

Last update: 8th May, 2007

IPY Short Project Title Arctic Biosphere-Atmosphere Coupling across multiple Scales (ABACUS) Dynamics of gas hydrates in polar marine environments Impact of combined iodine and bromine release on the Arctic atmosphere (COBRA) IPY Title cluster # PI Institution Funder NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) Funding amount Description Location Funder web link Other web link Other web link General topic Approved Resources by PI? needed

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Disruption in the global Swedencycle is causing climate warming. The Arctic is already warming significantly, and warming is expected to be fastest and greatest at high latitudes, 4-7°C over the next century.However, there are complex links among climate, the carbon cycle and the global energy Abisko, carbon http://www.nerc.ac.uk/research/areas/polar/abacus.asp biosphere/atmosphere

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Almost half of the Earth's carbon ishttp://www.nerc.ac.uk/research/areas/polar/hydrates.asp Numerical models predict that this reservoir is highly mobile and that escaping gas has a significant potential to accelerate climate change.As much as 2000 Gigatonnes of methane could be released ov stored in gas hydrates and related shallow gas deposits. gas hydrates

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Polar sunrise ozone and mercury depletion events are yearly phenomena that occur throughout the Arctic and Antarctic coastal regions, and have implications for the atmospheric oxidative capacity, climate and health. These events are believed to be caused by oxidation of ozone and mercury b atmosphere

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Source of information:

http://www.nsf.gov/od/opp/ipy/ipy_awards_0607.pdf Last update: 7th May 2007

USA - IPY funded projects
Project Title Short IPY Title IPY cluster # IPY (Collaborative Research): The Pacific Gateway to Bering Strait Throughflow - Pacific Inflow to the Arctic: Quantifying and Understanding Bering the Arctic Strait Oceanic Fluxes Woodgate, Rebecca & Weingartner, Thomas J. 185 ? Toole, John M. University of Washington & University of Alaska, Fairbanks Woods Hole Oceanographi c Institution WA/AK NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Natural Sciences) MA NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Natural Sciences) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Natural Sciences) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) NSF-OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences (Arctic Observing Network Implementation) PI Institution State Funder NSF award # 631713 & 632154 Description Location Funder web link http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0631713 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0631951 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632041 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632130 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632398 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632131 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632133 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632160 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632139 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632264 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632177 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632187 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632231 http://www.nsf.g ov/awardsearch/ showAward.do? AwardNumber= 0632296 http://www.nsf.gov /awardsearch/sho wAward.do?Awar dNumber=063215 4 Funder web link Other web link General topic Approved by PI?

http://psc.apl. physical yes, 25apr collaboration washington.e oceanography with Russia du/HLD/Bstra it/bstrait.html physical oceanography

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Stanton, Timothy

Naval Postgraduate School

CA

632041

physical oceanography

Collaborative Research on the State of the Arctic Sea Arctic Sea Ice Properties and Processes Ice Cover: An Integrated Seasonal Ice Zone Observing Network (SIZONET)

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Arctic Sea Ice Properties and Processes

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Perovich, Donald K. U.S. Army, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory Eicken, Hajo University of Alaska, Fairbanks

NH

632130

physical oceanography

AK

632398

physical oceanography

IPY (Collaborative Research): A Prototype Network Snowflake Network ? for Measuring Arctic Winter Precipitation and Snow Cover (Snow-Net)

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Sturm, Matthew

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Liston, Glen

U.S. Army, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory Colorado State University

NH

632131

climate

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climate

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Kane, Douglas L.

University of Alaska, Fairbanks

AK

632160

climate

IPY: Collaborative Research on Carbon, Water, and Energy Balance of the Arctic Landscape at Flagship Observatories and in a Pan-Arctic Network

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Shaver, Gaius R.

Marine Biological Laboratory

MA

632139

biology

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Bret-Harte, Marion University of S. Alaska, Fairbanks

AK

632264

biology

IPY (Collaborative Research): Cloud Properties Across the Arctic Basin from Surface and Satellite Measurements — An Existing Arctic Observing Network idem

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Walden, Von P.

University of Idaho

ID

632177

climate

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Shupe, Matthew

University of Colorado, Boulder

CO

632187

climate

IPY: An Innovative Observational Network for Critical Arctic Gateways — Understanding Exchanges through the Davis and Fram Straits

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Lee, Craig

University of Washington

WA

632231

physical oceanography

IPY (Collaborative Research): A Cooperative Arctic Data and Information Service (CADIS)

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University of Colorado, Boulder

CO

632296

data & informatiom

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