The 2022 Cryosphere Symposium takes place this week in Harpa, Reykjavik, with lectures and events on ice, snow and water in a warming world. Organized and funded by the Iceland Meteorological Office, the World Meteorological Organization, the United Nations and other partners, the conference will also feature events open to the public. This symposium is intended to highlight the rapid changes occurring in all components of the Earth’s cryosphere, the portion of the Earth’s surface where water is frozen.

The symposium will include presentations on the latest scientific achievements and new technologies on changes occurring in the global cryosphere. In addition to lectures, panel discussions and public events are also held. Tonight at Bryggjan Brewery, four experts will share their on-the-ground experiences and provide audiences with insight into glacier work. The presentations are open to the public and are conducted in English, allowing participants to ask questions in a relaxed atmosphere.

A full conference program is available on the Cryosphere website.

The post that Reykjavik will host a cryosphere symposium on climate change first appeared in Iceland Review.

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