SESS report 2020

The call for contributions to the third SESS report is now closed. 12 applications were received, of which 11 were selected for funding. In addition, one contribution will be provided fully in-kind.

New contributions to the 2020 SESS report

Name of contribution Lead author
How representative is Svalbard for future Arctic climate evolution? An Earth system modelling perspective Ada Gjermundsen, MET Norway
terrestrial Photography ApplicationS on Snow covEr in Svalbard Roberto Salzano, CNR
Svalbard long-term variabilities of terrestrial-snow and sea-ice cover extent Mari Anne Killie, MET Norway
From Land to Fjords, a review of Svalbard Hydrology from 1970 to 2019 Aga Nowak, UNIS
Microplastics in the Realm of Svalbard: current knowledge and future perspective Geir Wing Gabrielsen, NPI
Arctic Haze in a climate changing world: the 2010-2020 trend Rita Traversi, Univ Florence
Space Physics on Svalbard –A study of the energy input to the polar ionosphere using SuperDARN Lisa Baddeley, UNIS
Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems on Svalbard Richard Hann, NTNU/CIRFA/UNIS
Environmental status of Svalbard coasts Janne E Søreide, UNIS
Permafrost core data with ground ice information and overview of drilling equipment in Svalbard Hanne H Christiansen, UNIS
Satellite and modelling based snow season time series for Svalbard: Inter-comparisons and assessment of accuracy Eirik Malnes, NORCE

 

Report cards to the 2020 SESS report - Updates of previous chapters

Name of contribution Lead author
Multidisciplinary research on biogenically driven new particle formation in Svalbard Mikko Sipilä, INAR - Univ of Helsinki

 

 

 


 

Tentative timeline for SESS report 2020

3 March - Opening of call

3 April (extended to 15 April) - Closing of call

Early May - Decision on funding by SIOS Board of Directors

10 June - Online workshop with representatives of all contributions

15 September - Submission deadline for contributions

13 October - 2 November - Revision period (after receival of reviewer comments)

November/Early December - Editorial process

11 December - Final report for print

11 January 2021 - Release of SESS report during the Polar Night Week in Longyearbyen