meeting summary Wadat i Conference on Global Change and the Polar Climate, 7-1 0 November 1995, Tsukuba, Japan John E. Walsh,*+ Hiroshi L. Tanaka,# and Gunter WeIIer+ 1 .Introductio n mate change have served as scientific stimuli for the recent surge of polar climate research. At the same The Wadati Conference on Global Change and the time, technology has provided an unprecedented ar- Polar Climate was held in Tsukuba, Japan, on 7 - ray of new research opportunities through advances 10 November 1995. The conference brought together in satellite measurements, ice-coring capabilities, au- approximately 60 scientists from North America, Eu- tomated measurement techniques, and more power- rope, Japan, and Australia to review and assess recent ful computers. The results of recent research on polar polar climate variations in the context of global climate have accumulated at an increasingly rapid rate change. The conference consisted of oral presenta- in disciplinary as well as interdisciplinary outlets, cre- tions, a poster session, and a plenary discussion ses- ating a need for the synthesis and assessment that were sion in which an attempt was made to synthesize the the objectives of this conference. results of polar climate research into a consistent pic- In
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Published: Jun 2, 1996
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