Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly 2013
Air, Ice & Process Interactions
An IUGG (IAMAS & IACS) Event
July 8-12, 2013
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Program

DACA-13 offers a platform to discuss the latest developments in atmospheric and cryospheric research. To plan your week, please make use of the online program and of the download section here.

Timetable A one-page timetable for a quick overview of the week's schedule*
Sessions A one-page overview of the sessions and rooms for the whole week*
Daily Program Two pages for each day to plan your session attendance* 
iPLANNER Online access to the full program, including abstracts, rooms, times and people involved. Import your personal program into your calendar (constantly updated)
Abstract Proceedings
All abstracts, including cancelled contributions and late submissions in one PDF, sorted according to the program
Contributors' Index
List of participants and their task and abstract number
Presenters' Guide
Specifications and important information regarding your poster or your oral presentation
Descriptions Symposia and session descriptions, as well as convener and co-convener names
Festa Cryospherica
Information regarding the IACS event of Wednesday evening 
Business Meetings
Overview of scheduled business meetings
Poster Map
Overview map for the poster exhibition*
List of Participants
All participants that were registered on 1 July 2013 (with email addresses)

*These documents will be part of your conference bag (hardcopy).

Public lectures

A central element of DACA-13 will be keynote presentations by four world-leading experts, Ronald B. Smith (Yale)  Valérie Masson-Delmotte (LSCE Paris), Thomas Stocker (University of Bern) and Georg Kaser (University of Innsbruck). These lectures will be open to the public, and will take place on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 18.15 - 19 pm. More information can be found here.

APECS Workshop

The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists APECS in cooperation with the International Association of Cryospheric Sciences (IACS) is organizing a science and career development workshop before the start of the conference on 7 July. Find more information here

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