EGU 2019 session reminder: "Ice-sheet and climate interactions [CR5.3/CL4.06]"
We cordially invite you to contribute to the following session as part
of the EGU General Assembly (7–12 April 2019, Vienna, Austria):
Ice-sheet and climate interactions CR5.3/CL4.06
Ice sheets play an active role in the climate system by amplifying,
pacing, and potentially driving global climate change over a wide range
of time scales. The impact of interactions between ice sheets and
climate include changes in atmospheric and ocean temperatures and
circulation, global biogeochemical cycles, the global hydrological
cycle, vegetation, sea level, and land-surface albedo, which in turn
cause additional feedbacks in the climate system. This session will
present data and modelling results that examine ice sheet interactions
with other components of the climate system over several time scales.
Among other topics, issues to be addressed in this session include ice
sheet-climate interactions from glacial-interglacial to millennial and
centennial time scales, the role of ice sheets in Cenozoic global
cooling and the mid-Pleistocene transition, reconstructions of past ice
sheets and sea level, the current and future evolution of the ice
sheets, and the role of ice sheets in abrupt climate change.
We look forward to seeing you all in Vienna.
Heiko, Philippe, Alex and Ricarda
IMAU, Utrecht University
Princetonplein 5, 3584 CC Utrecht
PO box 80000, 3508 TA Utrecht
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