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China & the Arctic - Shared screen with speaker view
Ellie Armstrong (she/her)
16:11
Hi! I can’t hear anything (and can see the presenter view in the screen share) - is this just me?
Ningning Sun
16:26
I also can’t hear
Zhang Jiahua
16:36
Me either.
Jihoon Jeong
16:41
Hello, thanks for the opportunity! I cannot hear anything from Mia either!
Yao Lu
17:01
Mia, we are at Nanjing University. We can not hear you.
陈卓奇
17:40
The speaker’s mic is muted.
Ellie Armstrong (she/her)
18:22
Can hear now!
Ellie Armstrong (she/her)
18:26
With echo
Ningning Sun
18:27
It’s working now
Yao Lu
18:28
Mia, we can hear you now!
mbennett@hku.hk
18:40
How about now?
Ellie Armstrong (she/her)
18:43
No
Ningning Sun
18:45
Can’t hear anything
Yao Lu
18:47
No
Ningning Sun
19:19
yes
Ellie Armstrong (she/her)
19:21
Yep!
Yao Lu
19:21
yes
Ellie Armstrong (she/her)
24:58
Yes - can hear you!
Ellie Armstrong (she/her)
25:09
(Remotely)
Juha Saunavaara
48:18
The importance of icebreakers was emphasized (requirement for the Arctic paleoclimate research). As the number of suitable vessels seems to be limited, I would like to hear more about international cooperation (ongoing, is it possible in the future, what are the potential problems preventing cooperation).
Juha Saunavaara
51:40
Thank you
Yao Lu
01:42:27
Could you briefly introduce the collaboration of PRI with mainland China universities? Thanks!
Juha Saunavaara
01:44:46
Tourists as potential citizen scientists is an interesting idea. Is the increasing number of touristic activities in the Arctic/Svalbard causing any difficulties for researchers?
mbennett@hku.hk
02:19:14
We are having trouble hearing your discussion
mbennett@hku.hk
02:20:03
May I know the relative importance of fluvial vs lake on the overlaod melting effect
mbennett@hku.hk
02:20:36
overall
Shuai Gao
02:50:09
The elevation changes over permafrost areas may due to the frozen ground dynamic and the soild earth movement. The latter may be negligible on the long-term timescale but relative large on seasonal timescale for GNSS. So if we study seasonal elevation changes due to frozen ground dynamic, do we need to remove the soild earth signals from GNSS-IR? And how? Thanks!
Mia Bennett
03:16:12
I have heard that IPS is the first of 24 satellites in a new polar satellite constellation. Do you know what the others will do? Thank you!