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Cryosphere Organization Dec 2012 Meeting Notes


In a continuing effort to better coordinate international activities within cryosphere research, avoid duplication of efforts and combine resources, the leaders of various cryosphere organizations met during the Fall 2012 AGU meeting in San Francisco, CA, USA. The agenda of the meeting revolved around making the most of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by the Cryosphere organizations earlier in 2012. In a tour de table, participants summarized the most important objectives of the MoU and the tasks that they thought should be pursued. One of the major outcomes from previous meetings was debuted - the Cryosphere Community Calendar, coordinated by the Climate and Cryosphere (CliC) Project. Upcoming suggestions were more sharing of information and a potential annual joint Cryosphere Newsletter.

The meeting notes can be downloaded here. Questions about the December Meeting should be directed to Allen Pope ().

If you or your organization would like to join this group, please contact the coordinator, Jenny Baeseman, CliC Director ()

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