This symposium will focus on the atmospheric boundary layer over snow, ice, and water in high latitudes with the scientific focus from small to large scale processes that are responsible or control exchanges through the boundary layer. The symposium is intended to provide an interdisciplinary forum to bring together researchers working in the areas of high-latitude experimental and theoretical studies of the stable and unstable boundary layers over land, ice, water and sea ice, including atmospheric chemistry.
This workshop will immediately follow the 11th Antarctic Meteorological Observation, Modelling and Forecasting Workshop (AMOMFW) (6-8 June) and the International Workshop on Coupled Modeling of Polar Environments (4-5 June).
Registration and abstract submission are open on the website. The deadline for registration is Friday 6 May 2016, with abstracts due the following Monday 9 May.
For more information, visit the Polar Weather and Climate Week website.