National Committee Reports

IAPSO Early Career Scientists Newsletter Issue #6 April 2021 (published 22 April 2021)

Latest newsletter is available to download. In this issue:

Rising Against The Tide Of Anti-Asian Sentiment by Dr Danielle Su

ECS highlight feature - Dr Loïc Houpert, A New Beginning In Industry

Congratulations to the IAPSO Early Career Scientist medallists!

Adopt an ARGO float

Interesting events and seminars

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IAPSO Early Career Scientist Medal recipients 2021 (published 24 March 2021)

Dr. Thomas Wahl, University of Central Florida, USA, is the recipient of the 2021 IAPSO Early Career Scientist medal in physical ocean science, in recognition of his fundamental contributions to the research on changes in mean sea level, tides, storm surges, waves, and their interactions.

Dr. Jessica Fitzsimmons, Texas A&M University, USA, is the recipient of the 2021 IAPSO Early Career Scientist medal in chemical ocean science, in recognition of her contributions to advances in the analysis, distribution and cycling of trace elements in the oceans, particularly iron.

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 Prince Albert I Medal recipient 2021 – Prof. Carl Wunsch (published 12 February 2021)

Prof. Carl Wunsch, Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physical Oceanography, Emeritus, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is the Prince Albert I Medal recipient 2021, in recognition of his groundbreaking contributions to the development of modern physical oceanography. Read more&nbsp

IAPSO Early Career Scientist Medals (published 14 January 2021) 

The deadline for submitting nominations for the IAPSO Early Career Scientist Medals for the year 2021 is extended to 15 February, 2021Procedure and requirements for Nomination 


Joint Commission on Ice-Ocean Interactions (JCIOI) with IACS (published 11 January 2021) 

IAPSO is pleased to announce the establishment of a new Joint Commission on Ice-Ocean Interactions (JCIOI) with IACS (the International Association of Cryospheric Sciences). 

JCIOI aims to globally coordinating and engaging in research and development related to understanding, observing and modeling ice-ocean interactions. This will include research under ice shelves, at the ice-ocean front in tidewater glaciers, and at the sea surface in the marginal ice zone. 

The commission is co-chaired by Dr Felicity McCormack (IAPSO) and Dr Isabel Nias (IACS). For more information on how to contribute, please contact Dr McCormack (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) or Dr Nias (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ). Read more