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In June (8–12) teams of scientists from more than 60 countries will share the first results of their studies carried out during a major international effort to understand the polar regions and their impact on global issues such as climate change, biodiversity and health. British Antarctic Survey scientists will present their latest research findings at the International Polar Year Science Conference in Oslo - the largest assembly of polar scientists in history.
Linda Capper and Heather Martin will be available to arrange interviews with scientists at the IPY Press Centre (located half-way down the 'polar street') at the Oslo Science Conference from Monday 7 June to Friday 11 June.
Journalists are welcome to use the Press Centre to meet scientists from all the participating organisations. Computers with internet access, phone lines and meeting rooms will also be available.
Linda and Heather can be contacted before, during and after the conference at any time by visiting the Press Centre (during conference)or by phone or by email (any time).
During the conference BAS scientists will be contactable via mobile phone or face-to-face.
Still images and video footage available at: ftp://ftp.nerc-bas.ac.uk/pub/photo/IPY_Oslo/
Images used must be credited to British Antarctic Survey.
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