Join Sandia at the AGU 2019 Fall Meeting December 9, 2019 6:56 pm Published by Mattie Hensley Coastal erosion on the Arctic shore. As the Arctic ice sheet melts and the permafrost thaws, researchers from Sandia National Laboratories continue to carefully monitor conditions there. On Monday, Dec. 9th, Sandia’s Arctic researchers will present talks and posters. Those interested can download more information and a complete listing of talks and posters from Sandia’s Arctic researchers on the AGU website. Low-frequency sound, known as infrasound. The formation of planets. These topics and more will be the subject of posters and interdisciplinary sessions that include Sandia researchers and collaborators at the American Geophysical Union’s 2019 Fall Meeting. From Monday, Dec. 9 to Friday, Dec. 13 in San Francisco, Sandia researchers will be present to share research findings spanning fundamental and applied sciences in an interdisciplinary setting. That includes talks and posters from Sandia’s Arctic researchers, who have been working on the North Slope of Alaska for more than 20 years. Sandia’s Arctic research provides science, applied research, and technology for local and global arctic challenges. Download the tip sheet for talks and posters focusing on environmental intelligence to better understand the changing Arctic. For a complete listing of Sandia and other research to be presented at the fall meeting, browse the 2019 Agenda. Tags: American Geophysical Union, Arctic, Arctic Research, SAND2019-14947 S « Previous Next » Comments are closed here.