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SYMPOSIUM

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BACKGROUND

The International Symposium on Polar Sciences (ISPS) is annually organized by Korea Polar Research Institute since 1988.

The purpose of International Symposium on Polar Sciences (ISPS) is to bring polar scientists together to provide an international forum for exchanging and sharing their cutting-edge ideas and research results.

HISTORY

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HISTORY
HISTORY (No., THEME, DATE)
No. THEME DATE
1st Antarctic Science: Geology & Biology 4-5 NOV 1988
2nd Antarctic Science: Biology, Physics, Geology and Geophysics, Oceanography 17-18 SEPT 1990
3rd Antarctic Biology and Ecology 24-25 AUG 1993
4th Geology of the South Shetland Island 22-24 MAY 1995
5th Polar Biology: Ecological Processes Related to Environmental Change 19-21 AUG 1997
6th Recent Progresses in Antarctic Geosciences 18-19 MAY 1999
7th Polar Biology and Environmental Research 25-26 AUG 2000
8th The Role of Antarctic Sciences in the Global Environmental Research 28-30 MAY 2001
9th Environmental Changes in Antarctica: Impacts and Responses 8-10 OCT 2002
10th Recent Approaches in Polar Earth Science 21-23 OCT 2003
11th Patterns and Processes in Polar Oceans and Life: Signals and Responses from Molecules to System 8-9 SEPT 2004
12th Explorations of the Polar Seas 17-19 MAY 2005
13th From Molecules to Ecosystem in Polar Sciences: Toward IPY 2007~2008 9-12 MAY 2006
14th Polar Regions in Global Change 24-26 SEPT 2008
15th Polar Ecosystem: Biodiversity and Adaptation 10-12 JUNE 2009
16th Polar Exploration with ARAON 26-28 MAY 2009
17th Physioecological Responses to Climate Change in Polar Regions 26-28 MAY 2010
18th Milestones in Polar Research Collaboration 22-24 MAY 2012
19th Toward Better Understanding of Climate Change in the Arctic 16-18 OCT 2013
20th Our Collective Journey to Connect the Past and Future from the Antarctic 27-29 MAY 2014
21st Polar Region as a Key Observatory for the Changing Globe and Beyond 19-20 MAY 2015
22nd The Future of the Arctic: Science and Governance 10-11 MAY 2016
23rd Life at the Extremes: Resilience, Adaptation and Application Potential 17-18 MAY 2017
24th 30 years of footsteps in Antarctica: Looking back and looking forward 29-30 MAY 2018
25th Araon's Journey through the Decade: Findings in Ocean, Earth and Paleoclimate Science 14-15 MAY 2019
26th Finding solutions to global issues: Polar science and technology 12-13 MAY 2020