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     CRYOLIST Conference Digest
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Today's Topics:

   1. Final Reminder - Observing Antarctica and the Southern Ocean
      (Louise Newman)
   2. ?????? ?? ??????????? (???? ???????)
   3. XXXII SCAR Open Science Conference/Global and Regional
      Climate Signals from Ice Cores (Edward Brook)
   4. RE: Mapping Antarctica and the Southern Ocean: session at
      XXXII SCAR and Open Science Conference (Marta Ghidella)
   5. Reminder. SCAR-OSC Session on Glaciers & Ice Sheets Mass
      Balnce and Sea Level - deadline fast approaching (Francisco Navarro)


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Message: 1
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 14:39:50 +1100
From: Louise Newman <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Final Reminder - Observing Antarctica and the Southern Ocean
Message-ID: <[hidden email]>
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Dear colleagues,

As a final reminder, I would like to draw your attention to the following session at the upcoming SCAR Open Science Conference (July 16-19, Portland, USA). Abstract submission closes on February 15th. Registration fees are waived for the first 200 students to submit an abstract!

Observing Antarctica and the Southern Ocean
Convenors: Louise Newman (SOOS IPO), Sebastiaan Swart (Uni. Cape Town)
Antarctica and the Southern Ocean are changing. Limited observations indicate that the Southern Ocean is warming more rapidly than the global ocean average; changes in precipitation and ice melt are effecting upper and lower abyssal ocean salinity; basin-wide ocean acidification is occurring due to uptake of anthropogenic CO2. On the continent, ice-shelf collapse and regional warming are heightening the need for increased understanding of ice-shelf and ice-sheet contributions to sea level. Further, Antarctic ecosystems are changing, some at a rapid pace, in response to changes in the physical and chemical environment. The ever-growing activities of national operators and the ecotourism industry also pose a real threat to the stability of ecosystems. Sustained, long-term multidisciplinary observations are therefore required to accurately detect, interpret and respond to change.

This session invites presentations on all observational and monitoring research of the Southern Ocean and Antarctic systems, throughout the physical, chemical and biological realms.

Hope to see you in Portland!

Kind Regards
Louise

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Dr Louise Newman
Executive Officer
Southern Ocean Observing System

www.soos.aq

SOOS International Project Office
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
University of Tasmania
Private Bag 110
Hobart, TAS
Australia, 7001

Ph: +61 (0)3 6226 6011
Fax: +61 (0)3 6226 2107

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Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2012 22:49:13 +0400
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Using benthic bioindicators from the basin of Kolyma River (Siberia, Russia) in paleoclimatic research.

O.N. Tumanov (1), L.B. Nazarova (1,2), L.A. Frolova (1), and L.A. Pestryakova (3)
(1) Kazan (Volga region) federal university, Kazan, Russian Federation ([hidden email]), (2) Alfred Wegener Institute,
Potsdam, Germany ([hidden email]), (3) North-East Federal University, Yakutsk, Russian Federation

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Message: 3
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2012 20:11:03 -0800
From: Edward Brook <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Subject: XXXII SCAR Open Science Conference/Global and Regional
        Climate Signals from Ice Cores
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The abstract deadline for the XXXII SCAR Open Science Conference is  February 15 2012 - this coming Wednesday.  I am co-organizing a session on Global and Regional Climate Signals from Ice Cores and encourage attendees with interest in this area to consider submitting an abstract.  

Conference web site: http://scar2012.geol.pdx.edu/

Sorry for cross postings, and thanks to those who have already submitted!

Thanks, Ed Brook
Edward Brook
Professor
College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
104 CEOAS Admin Bldg
Oregon State University
Corvallis OR 97331-5503
541 737 8197
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Message: 4
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 09:15:58 -0300
From: "Marta Ghidella" <[hidden email]>
To: <[hidden email]>
Cc: Hamish Pritchard <[hidden email]>
Subject: RE: Mapping Antarctica and the Southern Ocean: session at
        XXXII SCAR and Open Science Conference
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Dear colleagues:

 

I am resending this announcement at ~2.5 days of the deadline for abstracts
submission (midnight GMT on next Wednesday, February 15).

 

Please consider sending an abstract our session, No. 33, ?Mapping Antarctica
and the Southern Ocean?.

 

Please remember that the first 200 student abstracts qualify for free
registration so it is important to encourage potential student submitters to
complete their abstracts as soon as possible.

 

We would very much like seeing you all at Portland.

 

Kind regards,

 

Session conveners,

Marta Ghidella

Hamish Pritchard

Shridhar Jawak

 

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Dra. Marta E. Ghidella

Instituto Ant?rtico Argentino

[hidden email]

[hidden email]

 

De: Marta Ghidella [mailto:[hidden email]]
Enviado el: domingo, 05 de febrero de 2012 03:45 p.m.
Para: '[hidden email]'
CC: Hamish Pritchard
Asunto: Mapping Antarctica and the Southern Ocean: session at XXXII SCAR and
Open Science Conference

 

 

Dear colleagues:

 

As you may know, the XXXII SCAR and Open Science Conference, Antarctic
Science and Policy Advice in a Changing World, will be held on July 13-25,
2012 in Portland, Oregon, USA (See http://scar2012.geol.pdx.edu).

 

We would like to attract your attention to Session 33, ?Mapping Antarctica
and the Southern Ocean: ADMAP, BEDMAP, IBCSO and other activities?.

 

Basic data gathering and mapping of the physical environment of Antarctic
and the Southern Ocean are fundamental to many aspects of current and future
research. The maps serve to depict data in a readily understandable and
easily interpreted manner, and the datasets themselves form the basis for
many studies that seek to understand the processes that shape the Antarctic
environment, their sensitivities and their future behavior. Data
compilation, mapping and archiving are major SCAR efforts supported by
dedicated international groups that help preserve and organize existing data
and plan future expeditions. This session will focus on problems, progress
and potential for acquisition, management, cataloging and sharing of polar
data. We invite contributions from researchers involved in marine, airborne,
land and satellite surveys, and those working to establish distributed data
access, interdisciplinary data applications, and long term data preservation
strategies. Papers devoted to the development of computational techniques
that facilitate data compilation and interpretation are also welcome.

 

Please check the page for the abstracts deadline: February 15, a few days
from now.

 

We would very much like seeing you at Portland.

 

Kind regards,

 

Session conveners,

Marta Ghidella

Hamish Pritchard

Shridhar Jawak

 

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Dra. Marta E. Ghidella

Instituto Ant?rtico Argentino

[hidden email]

[hidden email]

 

 

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Message: 5
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 12:14:56 +0100
From: Francisco Navarro <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Reminder. SCAR-OSC Session on Glaciers & Ice Sheets Mass
        Balnce and Sea Level - deadline fast approaching
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Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the session nr. 7
Glaciers and Ice Sheet Mass Balance and Their Relation to Sea Level
at XXXII SCAR Open Science Conference (Portland, Oregon, USA, 16-19 July
2012)

Abstract submission is now available through the symposium website
http://scar2012.geol.pdx.edu/register.php
and will close February 15, 2012.
Meeting registration was open in early 2012.

This session is intended to attract a broad range of contributions aimed
to improve our understanding of the contribution of glaciers and
ice-sheets to sea level rise, considering both observations and
modelling. Themes to be explored include, but are not limited to:
advances in ice-sheet mass change observations from remote sensing;
quantifying the uncertainties of the various remote sensing techniques;
understanding and resolving the current discrepancies among the
estimates by different techniques; ground-truthing of remote sensing
observations; advances in glacial isostatic adjustment modelling and
observations; advances on modelling the contributions of glaciers and
ice-sheets to sea level changes; glacier and ice-sheet mass exchanges
with the atmosphere and the oceans; hydrological aspects and the role of
subglacial processes; incorporating geological constraints into the
models; projected sea-level rise from glacier and ice-cap wastage;
scaling analyses linking changes in glacier surface area to changes in
ice volume; effects of a changing hypsometry; scaling glacier volume to
AAR; regionally differentiated mass balance estimates; etc.

*RELATED EVENT*: A 1-day kick-off *workshop* of the renewed
SCAR-IASC-WCRP joint working group on *Ice Sheet Mass Balance and Sea
Level (ISMASS)* will take place on *14th July,* before the OSC and at
the same venue.
http://www.scar.org/researchgroups/physicalscience/ismass.html
Further details will be announced soon.

We look forward to seeing you in Portland.
Francisco Navarro, Sophie Nowicki and Bernd Scheuchl.


--
Prof. Francisco Navarro., desp. A-302-4
Departamento de Matem?tica Aplicada
ETSI de Telecomunicaci?n, Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid
Av. Complutense, 30 (Ciudad Universitaria)
28040 Madrid, Spain
Tel. ++34 914533565, Fax ++34 913367289
e-mail [hidden email]
http://www.krios-hyperion.com/

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