To whom it may concern, I would like to post the following workshop announcement,
Assessing the History of the Greenland Ice Sheet through
November 7-9, 2011; Corvallis, Oregon
The response of the Greenland Ice Sheet
to global warming represents one of the greatest uncertainties in predicting
future sea-level rise. Observations extend back only decades and terrestrial
geologic records rarely exist beyond the last deglaciation. Therefore, a
marine-based paleo perspective is required to elucidate the response of this
ice sheet to climate change.Based on
the emphasis put forward in the IODP Science Plan, a workshop is being convened
to discuss the utility and application of ocean drilling in reconstructing the
paleo-history of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
partial travel funding is available for a limited number of U.S. and
international scientists. Postdoctoral scholars and graduate students are
encouraged to attend and they will be given priority in travel support funding.
Interested attendees should contact conveners Joseph Stoner ([hidden email]) and Anders Carlson
by September 30th 2011.
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