The University of Alaska Southeast and the International Glaciological Society are pleased to announce the International Symposium on Maritime Glaciers, which will take place in Juneau, Alaska, from 19–24 June 2022.
Maritime glaciers are an integral part of high-latitude coastal landscapes.
The symposium will be held on the campus of the University of Alaska Southeast.
Information on registration costs and how to register can be found here.
Travel and accommodations
Information on travel and accommodations will be posted here as it becomes available.
We have received over 75 abstracts for the conference. The program includes over 50 talks and 20 posters.
Join us as we explore world-famous Glacier Bay National Park and learn about the effects that the Little Ice Age (LIA) advance and Post-LIA retreat have had on indigenous inhabitants and on local and regional terrain and ecosystems.
We have arranged an icebreaker reception, short afternoon trip to nearby Mendenhall Glacier, and a mid-week excursion to Tracy Arm that will be followed by a banquet at Orca Point Lodge.
The symposium is being organized by researchers at the University of Alaska Southeast, University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the National Park Service, and the scientific steering committee consists of a diverse range of researchers from around the world.
Information for presenters
Click here for important information for presenters, including how to upload your talks ahead of time.
- campus map
- map of the conference venue, lodging, icebreaker reception, and departure point for the pre-symposium and mid-week excursions
- map of restaurants and breweries
Additional symposium materials, including abstracts and a list of participants, can be found here.
Abstract submission open
Opening of online registration
Notice of acceptance
Early-bird registration deadline
Deadline for full refund
Final revised papers due