EGU 2019 Snow Avalanches - abstract submission deadline approaching (10 January)

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EGU 2019 Snow Avalanches - abstract submission deadline approaching (10 January)

thierry faug

European Geosciences Union
General Assembly 2019
Vienna, Austria, 7 April-12 April 2019


Dear colleagues,
We are pleased to announce and cordially invite you to submit abstracts to two sessions on snow avalanches (part of CR3 – Snow and ice: properties, processes, hazards)

Session CR3.01
Snow avalanche formation: from snow mechanics to avalanche detection
Convener: Alec van Herwijnen
Co-conveners: Bernardino Chiaia, Johan Gaume, Pascal Hagenmuller

Session CR3.02
Snow avalanche dynamics: from basic physical knowledge to mitigation strategies
Convener: Florence Naaim-Bouvet
Co-conveners: Betty Sovilla, Thierry Faug, Jan-Thomas Fischer

IMPORTANT DATE: Deadline for receipt of abstracts is 10 January 2019, 13:00 CET (all abstracts must be submitted to the EGU office only)

For the submission of an abstract please follow the following link: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/egu2019/sessionprogramme
and select the CR (Cryospheric Sciences) group
and then use the 'abstract submission' link in session CR3.01 or CR3.02.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Vienna,

Alec van Herwijnen, Florence Naaim and all co-conveners of sessions CR3.01 and CR3.02



Thierry Faug
Irstea, UR ETGR / Univ. Grenoble Alpes
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EGU 2019 Session Geophysical and in-situ methods for snow and ice studies [CR2.3/HS1.1.6/SM1.9] deadline approaching

Franziska Koch

Dear colleagues,


a very last minute reminder for the deadline for EGU abstracts: 10 Jan 2019, 13:00 CET.

We cordially invite you to contribute to the PICO session:


Geophysical and in-situ methods for snow and ice studies (CR2.3/HS1.1.6/SM1.9)


Geophysical measurements offer important baseline datasets as well as validation for modelling and remote sensing products for cryospheric sciences. Applications include the dynamics of ice-sheets, alpine glaciers and sea ice, changes in snow cover properties of seasonal and permanent snow, snow/ice-atmosphere-ocean interactions, permafrost degradation, geomorphic processes and changes in subsurface materials.
In this session we welcome contributions related to a wide spectrum of geophysical- and in-situ methods, including advances in diverse techniques such as radioglaciology, active and passive seismology, acoustic sounding, GPS/GNSS reflectometry or time delay techniques, cosmic ray neutron sensing, drone applications, geoelectrics and NMR. Contributions may concern field applications as well as new approaches in geophysical/in-situ survey techniques or theoretical advances in the field of data analysis, processing or inversion. Case studies from all parts of the cryosphere such as snow, alpine glaciers, ice sheets, glacial and periglacial environments and sea ice are highly welcome. The focus of the session is to compare experiences in the application, processing, analysis and interpretation of different geophysical and in-situ techniques in these highly complex environments.
This session is offered as a PICO: an engaging presentation format that has been successfully tested for this session during the last three years at EGU. All selected contributions will present their research orally, and then further present their research using interactive screens. This results in rich scientific feedback and is an effective tool for communicating science with high visibility.


Convener: Nanna Bjørnholt Karlsson

Co-conveners: Franziska Koch, Reinhard Drews, Kristina Keating, Emma Smith


Invited Speaker is Christian Hauck (University of Fribourg) with the title: 'Geophysical monitoring techniques to observe Alpine permafrost degradation – a 20-years perspective'


For the submission of an abstract please follow the following link: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/egu2019/sessionprogramme and select the CR (Cryospheric Sciences) group and then use the 'abstract submission' link in session CR2.3/HS1.1.6/SM1.9



We are looking forward to seeing you at EGU 2019 in Vienna,

Nanna Bjørnholt Karlsson
, Franziska Koch and all co-conveners of EGU 2019 session CR2.3/HS1.1.6/SM1.9



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Franziska Koch
PostDoctoral Researcher
Institute of Hydrology and Water Management (HyWa)
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna
Muthgasse 18
A-1190 Vienna
Tel: <a href="tel:&#43;4314765481615">+43 1 4765481615



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Franziska Koch

Dear colleagues,


a very last minute reminder for the deadline for EGU abstracts: 10 Jan 2019, 13:00 CET.

We cordially invite you to contribute to the PICO session:


Geophysical and in-situ methods for snow and ice studies (CR2.3/HS1.1.6/SM1.9)


Geophysical measurements offer important baseline datasets as well as validation for modelling and remote sensing products for cryospheric sciences. Applications include the dynamics of ice-sheets, alpine glaciers and sea ice, changes in snow cover properties of seasonal and permanent snow, snow/ice-atmosphere-ocean interactions, permafrost degradation, geomorphic processes and changes in subsurface materials.
In this session we welcome contributions related to a wide spectrum of geophysical- and in-situ methods, including advances in diverse techniques such as radioglaciology, active and passive seismology, acoustic sounding, GPS/GNSS reflectometry or time delay techniques, cosmic ray neutron sensing, drone applications, geoelectrics and NMR. Contributions may concern field applications as well as new approaches in geophysical/in-situ survey techniques or theoretical advances in the field of data analysis, processing or inversion. Case studies from all parts of the cryosphere such as snow, alpine glaciers, ice sheets, glacial and periglacial environments and sea ice are highly welcome. The focus of the session is to compare experiences in the application, processing, analysis and interpretation of different geophysical and in-situ techniques in these highly complex environments.
This session is offered as a PICO: an engaging presentation format that has been successfully tested for this session during the last three years at EGU. All selected contributions will present their research orally, and then further present their research using interactive screens. This results in rich scientific feedback and is an effective tool for communicating science with high visibility.


Convener: Nanna Bjørnholt Karlsson

Co-conveners: Franziska Koch, Reinhard Drews, Kristina Keating, Emma Smith


Invited Speaker is Christian Hauck (University of Fribourg) with the title: 'Geophysical monitoring techniques to observe Alpine permafrost degradation – a 20-years perspective'


For the submission of an abstract please follow the following link: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/egu2019/sessionprogramme and select the CR (Cryospheric Sciences) group and then use the 'abstract submission' link in session CR2.3/HS1.1.6/SM1.9



We are looking forward to seeing you at EGU 2019 in Vienna,

Nanna Bjørnholt Karlsson
, Franziska Koch and all co-conveners of EGU 2019 session CR2.3/HS1.1.6/SM1.9



_________________________________________


Franziska Koch
PostDoctoral Researcher
Institute of Hydrology and Water Management (HyWa)
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna
Muthgasse 18
A-1190 Vienna
Tel: <a href="tel:&#43;4314765481615">+43 1 4765481615



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