国立極地研究所 2020年11月16日(月)〜12月18日(金) 第11回極域科学シンポジウム / The Tenth Symposium on Polar Science 国立極地研究所 2020年11月16日(月)〜12月18日(金) 第11回極域科学シンポジウム / The Tenth Symposium on Polar Science
Interdisciplinary Sessions

[IN] New insights of ship-based interdisciplinary study in Southern Ocean

Observational records from Southern Ocean have revealed significant natural system, linked to large-scale modes of tectonic evolution, ocean circulation, diverse ecosystems, and changes in ice sheet and sea ice. However, it remains one of the least observed regions on Earth, with limited spatial coverage and very few records extending beyond the instrumental period. The session aims to highlight a range of geology, petrology, geophysics, paleo-oceanography, geochemistry, marine biology, environmental science, and ocean dynamics on multi spatial-temporal scales. We are interested in engaging the wider community to allow participation and inclusion through effective partnerships to ensure sustainable observations in Southern Ocean.

Conveners :
Masakazu Fujii (NIPR), Minoru Ikehara (Kochi University), Asuka Yamaguchi (University of Tokyo), Kenichiro Tani (National Museum of Nature and Science), Hidetaka Nomaki (JAMSTEC), and Koji Seike (AIST)