Information - GI7 Instrumentation related to the International Polar Year
The International Polar Year (IPY) 2007-2008 will be an intense, internationally coordinated campaign of research that will initiate a new era in polar science.
This session is focussed on the instrumentation and technologies that will deliver the science, this includes sensors, instruments, power systems, experiment set-up and experiment coordination as well as practical aspects of operating in Polar Regions.
The session is meant to encourage presentations and discussions that span different measurement approaches and different scientific disciplines.
Submissions to this session are particularly encouraged if they discuss instrumentation developed specifically for the IPY or demonstrate techniques of particular relevance to Polar Regions.
Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Michael Ashley - Autonomous Instrumentation for Astronomy on the polar plateaus.
Lars Bohme - A circumpolar snapshot of the southern ocean by animal-borne sensors.
Fraser Davidson - Oceanographic analysis of in-situ temperature data from 100 marine mammals.
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