CAPS team supports SALIENSEAS scenarios workshop

November 17, 2018


The SALIENSEAS project team led a week of workshops, meetings, and interviews in Copenhagen from 12 to 16 November. The Center for Arctic Policy Studies provided "valuable expertise in support of the workshop". From the SALIENSEAS website description:


"From 12 to 16 November, the SALIENSEAS project team landed in Copenhagen for a week full of workshops, meetings and interviews. On Monday Machiel Lamers and Jelmer Jeuring carried out interviews with staff of the Danish Ice Service at the Danish Meteorological Institute on user engagement in the production and delivery of their services. On Tuesday Berill Blair and Machiel Lamers ran a scenario workshop to identify the playing field for marine climate services use in the European marine environment. A total of 23 stakeholders, researchers and MET services personnel participated in the activities. On Wednesday the SALIENSEAS project partners met to discuss past and planned activities, as well as tie the social science work and metocean modelling closer together in this interdisciplinary project. Thanks to all the participants, the project partners and DMI for a great week!"

More information on the workshop can be downloaded here.


Doug Cost speaks at SALIENSEAS scenario workshop in Copenhagen.
UAF faculty and CAPS affiliate Doug Cost facilitates the scenarios workshop hosted by SALIENSEAS in November 2018 in Copenhagen.