1. Polar scientists work in some of the most amazing, yet also remote and potentially dangerous environments on the planet. Seth Campbell from the University of Maine, School of Earth and Climate Sciences & Climate Change Institute and the US Army ERDC-Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab explains what it takes to design, safely operate, and successfully complete field work in such remote areas. This webinar provides insight into remote field work from the early stages of planning to the safe completion of the project with emphasis on real world mistakes and successes, unexpected field challenges, and criteria that may be used for selection of early career scientists as field assistants.

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  2. Citizen science is the act of involving the general public in the processes of data collection. Citizen science can be a great way to generate more robust research results, while helping the general public understand some of the fundamentals of the scientific process and data collection techniques. Katie Villano-Spellman is currently completing her PhD at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and has incorporated a citizen science component to her research project about invasive species in Alaska. Katie discusses the lessons she has learned in incorporating citizen science into her research, and provides a step by step process and tips for those who are interested in using this effective research and outreach technique.

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  3. Ben Santer was one of the lead authors of the IPCC's Second Assessment Report, and played a key role in the the genesis of the "balance of evidence" statement that formally articulated human contributions to global climate change. During the webinar he shared valuable insights from the evolution of the IPCC process, and discusses the many lessons he has learned since the IPCC report, during the process of responding to climate change myths and disinformation with sound science.

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  4. This webinar is presented by Kristin Timm, science communication graduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and science communicator with the Scenarios Network for Alaska and Arctic Planning (SNAP). This webinar outlines tips and the process for beginning and carrying out a graphic design product. It also discussed the use of color, tips for creating good layout, typography, and branding for graphic consistency.

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  5. Presented by: Liz Neeley, COMPASS Communication Partnership for Science and the Sea

    Social media is all the buzz... but is it more than that? This webinar will focus on how and why the information landscape has changed and what that means for scientists. We'll explore the various ways researchers can participate in the online conversation with an eye toward providing meaningful answers to the question of "why bother?" We'll talk about the idea of branding yourself and your research niche, show you options for using social media to your advantage, and discuss strategies for creating a professional online presence.

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The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) is currently working with mentors and partners to develop a webinar series for our members in order to assist them with their career development goals. Whether you want to learn how to better communicate…


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The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) is currently working with mentors and partners to develop a webinar series for our members in order to assist them with their career development goals. Whether you want to learn how to better communicate with the media, write a proposal, get into grad school, or get a job, this is the channel for you!

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