CRES phd course/workshop: Sea Level Rise and Ice Sheets

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CRES phd course/workshop: Sea Level Rise and Ice Sheets

Christine Hvidberg
Dear Cryolisters:
I would like to draw your attention to the CRES Phd course/workshop held
21-25 May 2012 at Centre for Ice and Climate, University of Copenhagen,
Denmark:

Sea Level Rise and Ice Sheets

The aim of this course/workshop is to discuss our current knowledge on
global and regional sea level rise. The role of the Greenland and
Antarctic ice sheets in the past, the present and the future in the sea
level changes will be discussed. The past, present and future role of
the components of the sea level changes as steric sea level, land ice
changes and land water changes will be discussed.

Themes to be discussed: detecting regional sea level changes, the role
of satellites in sea level changes and ice sheet monitoring,
understanding the components of sea level change, past sea level
changes, predictions of future sea level changes, mass changes of the
ice sheets, surface melt and ice discharge, the role of the ocean in ice
discharge, past mass changes of the ice sheets.

Phd students, postdocs, and scientists interested in Sea Level Rise are
welcome to attend. Participants are encouraged to present their work,
and there will be time for discussions.

Credits for Phd students: 2.5 ECTS (attending), addtional 2.5 ECTS (if
there is a presentation).

Registration deadline: 1 May 2012. Contact: Dorthe Dahl-Jensen
[hidden email].

See full announcement at the CRES homepage:
http://cres-centre.net/joomla/index.php/en/meetings/workshop-on-sea-level-rise-2012

Regards,
Christine Hvidberg


Organizers: Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Centre for Ice and Climate, University
of Copenhagen, Denmark.

CRES - Centre for Regional change in the Earth System.
http://cres-centre.net/joomla/index.php/en/home
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Christine Schott Hvidberg
Associate Professor

Center for Ice and Climate
Niels Bohr Institute
University of Copenhagen
Juliane Maries 30, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Fax: +45-35 32 06 21
Phone: +45-35 32 05 63
Email: [hidden email]
www.icecores.dk
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