Promotional material describing the projects and the science in the CAO Programme to a non-specialist audience.
CAOP summary report: Connecting the Arctic Ocean
Compiled by Holly Jenkins, with contributions from all the CAOP Principal Investigators, the Changing Arctic Ocean Programme Summary Report is now available:
COP26 video recordings
With thanks to colleagues in ICCI managing the Cryosphere Pavilion at the COP we secured a session in the Blue Zone to focus on the CAO Programme. This hybrid event included three representatives in person (David Thomas, Karley Campbell and Henry Burgess) and video recordings from CAOP project PIs with the aim of giving a representative view of the Programme and its participants, focussing on some of the key findings. A recording of this session is now available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ya2hLF2BkXE
Climate Conversations (October 2021):
Organised by NERC and the Glasgow Science Centre for COP26, this recording brings together David Thomas, Chair of the CAOP PAG and Crystal Martin-Lapenskie, former President of the National Inuit Youth Council to explore how the Arctic regions are changing through their first-hand experience. The conversation was convened by Jane Rumble, Head of Polar Regions Department, UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office. The recording is available here:
Changing Arctic Ocean summary infographic
Summary inforgraphic from the Changing Arctic Ocean Programme
Emerging Arctic research areas and approaches
Together with the Chair of the PAG and with the project PIs (in consultation with their project teams), the Coordination team have produced a document that highlights some potential new research areas and approaches coming out of the Changing Arctic Ocean Programme.
Two sided flier with brief details about the CAO programme.
A4 leaflet outlining the background and aims of the CAO programme, and introducing the 16 projects.
This talk was presented by Kirsty Crocket at the SAGES conference in Edinburgh, UK.
This talk was presented by Kirsty Crocket at the Polar2018 conference in Davos, Switzerland.
An overview of the programme, and the four large projects that started in February 2017.
March 2020: Planet Earth 2020
The poster is for a public audience, presented at the Planet Earth 2020 Lecture by Prof Penny Holliday of the National Oceanography Centre, UK.
March 2019: Geochemistry Group Research in Progress
This poster gives an overview of the 16 projects in the programme. It was presented by Kirsty Crocket, Science Coordinator, at the Geochemistry Group Research in Progress Meeting at the University of Portsmouth in April 2019.
March 2018: Polar Marine Science at Strathclyde
The University of Strathclyde is involved in two of the programme’s large projects (Arctic PRIZE and DIAPOD). The document “Polar Marine Science at Strathclyde” describes the work investigators at the University of Strathclyde are carrying out in the CAO Programme.
March 2018: Geochemistry Group Research in Progress
This poster provides an overview of the programme’s aims and research challenges, as well as brief descriptions of the four large projects. It was presented by Kirsty Crocket, Science Coordinator, at the Geochemistry Group Research in Progress Meeting at the University of St Andrews in March 2018.