SCAR side meeting: ice-sheet ocean interactions (past and present: how much data do we need for models)
This is to tell you that our SCAR side meeting "ice-sheet ocean interactions" is scheduled on
Monday 18th June
The tile of the workshop does not reflect totally the discussion we would like to have all
(we apologise but we had to submit the request for a side meeting in a
hurry). Based on your suggestions, Paolo and I suggest to talk about:
much data and which data do we need to constrain polar processes
(ice-sheet, ocean circulations, atmosphere...,solid earth...)"
follows up the discussion we had during the PAIS conference last
september. Many questions were heading towards the same direction: how
de we know that data are enough for models? Do we need to implement new
processes in ice sheet models even if observations are scarce or
inexistent? Do we need to keep on providing specific kind of data even
if models cannot keep up with observations?...
the topic we propose, the discussion can relate past and current
data-models investigations. This is why this workshop is open to
During the side meeting, no
presentations will be given, but it will be an open discussion of two
hours based on those questions.
You can register to this workshop when you register for the formal OSC conference, it is required I think.
We are looking forward to discuss with you in Davos!