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Brief communication 26 Aug 2015

Brief communication | 26 Aug 2015

Brief Communication: Future avenues for permafrost science from the perspective of early career researchers

M. Fritz et al.

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This is a contribution about the future of permafrost research to the 3rd International Conference on Arctic Research Planning 2015 (ICARP III). We summarize the top five research questions for the next decade of permafrost science from the perspective of early career researchers (ECRs). We highlight the pathways and structural preconditions to address these research priorities. This manuscript is an outcome of a community consultation conducted for and by ECRs on a global level.