We are delighted to announce the successful applicants for ScAN Early Career Travel Grant. This year we are proud to support:
Hayley McLennan (University of St Andrews) to participate in the UK Arctic Science Conference in Cambridge. Hayley is presenting her work on “Evaluating impacts of possible prey loss due to reduced sea ice on Bowhead whales in the Canadian Arctic”
Georg Kodl (University of St Andrews) to participate in the UK Arctic Science Conference in Cambridge this September. Georg is presenting his work on “Microclimatic winter conditions shape soil erosion and vegetation patterns in sub-Arctic tundra”
Elise Gallois (University of Edinburgh) to participate in the UK Arctic Science Conference in Cambridge this September. Elise is presenting her work on “The Tundra Summer: What sets the clock?”
Emily Hague (Heriot-Watt University) to participate in the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik this October. Emily is presenting her work on “Understanding and reducing the impacts of vessels and port infrastructure on Arctic wildlife and local communities”.
Laura Ferguson (SAMS), to participate in St Magnus Conference in Shetland. Laura is presenting her work on “Arctic Heritage Landscapes: Working with Communities and Tourism”
Bethan Langley (University of Glasgow) to participate in Arctic Frontiers in Tromsø. Beth is presenting her work on “Arctic and sub-Arctic marine sediment carbon stocks; a meta-analysis”
We are grateful to the Scottish Government for their support and funding of ScAN, which made these grants possible.