What is PAG?

The Pacific Arctic Group (PAG) is a group of institutes and individuals having a Pacific perspective on Arctic science. Organized under the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), the PAG has as its mission to serve as a Pacific Arctic regional partnership to plan, coordinate, and collaborate on science activities of mutual interest. The four PAG principle science themes are climate, contaminants, human dimensions and structure and function of Arctic ecosystems.



News and Events

2014 PACIFIC ARCTIC GROUP (PAG) FALL...   Pacific Arctic Group (PAG) Fall Meeting October 28-29th, 2014 in Seattle, Washington.  To register, click here.   ... More
2014 PACIFIC ARCTIC GROUP (PAG) SPRING... Pacific Arctic Group (PAG) Spring Meeting April, 6-7 2014 during the Arctic Science Summit Week in Helsinki, Finland.   ... More
2013 PACIFIC ARCTIC GROUP (PAG) FALL...       Pacific Arctic Group (PAG) Fall Meeting Friday, October 18, 2013 during the KOPRI Arctic Symposium in Incheon, Republic of Korea.  ... More
2013 Pacific Arctic Group (PAG) Spring...   Pacific Arctic Group (PAG) Spring Meeting Sunday, April 14, 2013 during Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW 2013) in Krakow, Poland. Link t... More

Research and Projects

2011 Research Projects have now been published.

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