REMINDER: IASC-NAG workshop on Arctic glaciology & glacier-ocean interactions

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REMINDER: IASC-NAG workshop on Arctic glaciology & glacier-ocean interactions

Thorben Dunse-2

Dear colleagues,

 

A friendly reminder that the next IASC Workshop on the Dynamics and Mass Budget of Arctic Glaciers will take place in Obergurgl, Austria, 28-30 January 2020.

The workshop will host a cross-cutting activity/special session on “Glacier-ocean interactions and their impact on Arctic marine ecosystems”.

 

Confirmed keynote speaker:

Ginny Catania, The University of Texas at Austin, USA: Understanding ice-ocean interactions with detailed observations of terminus behavior.

 

You can register and submit your abstracts (max 300 words) by completing this online form: https://forms.gle/hdk8SekBbfehYKwL7

Registration deadline is November 15, 2019.

 

You find more information below or on the IASC Network on Arctic Glaciology website: https://nag.iasc.info/workshop

 

Hope to see many of you in beautiful Obergurgl!

https://www.obergurgl.com/winter.html

 

Thorben Dunse

(chair of IASC Network on Arctic Glaciology)

 

 

 

From: Thorben Dunse
Sent: lørdag 21. september 2019 12:03
To: [hidden email]
Subject: IASC-NAG workshop on Arctic glaciology & glacier-ocean interactions

 

Dear Cryolist,

 

The next IASC Workshop on the Dynamics and Mass Budget of Arctic Glaciers and Network on Arctic Glaciology annual meeting will take place at the University Center Obergurgl, in Obergurgl, Austria, 28-30 January 2020.

 

In addition to sessions on glacier dynamics and mass balance, the workshop will host a cross-cutting activity by the Cryosphere and Marine Working Groups of IASC on “Glacier-ocean interactions and their impact on Arctic marine ecosystems”. This activity aims to provide an inter-disciplinary forum by bringing together glaciologists, marine ecologists and oceanographers interested in glacier-ocean interactions.

 

You can register for the workshop and submit your abstracts (max 300 words) by completing this online form (copy paste the following link into your web browser): https://forms.gle/hdk8SekBbfehYKwL7

Registration deadline is November 15, 2019.

Contributions in the form of oral presentations and/or posters are welcome. Presentation will be 15-20 minutes, including discussion. For those who bring a poster, time will be reserved in the program to give a short 2-3 minute introduction to the poster. We plan for two and a half days of talks and poster presentations, as well as open-forum discussions.

For more information on the workshop, how to get there, and important updates, please visit the IASC NAG website: https://nag.iasc.info/workshop

 

We look forward to seeing many of you in Obergurgl,

Jakob Abermann, Michael Kuhn, Ward van Pelt and Thorben Dunse

 

PS: Some travel funds are available for early-career scientists (maximum 5 years since completion of PhD). Information on how to apply will soon become available on the IASC-NAG website.

 

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Dr. Thorben Dunse
Associate Professor
Department of Environmental Sciences
Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
P.O. Box 133
6851 Sogndal
NORWAY

E-mail:
[hidden email]

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