This meeting will take place in Bethel, Maine.
The purpose of the meeting is:
The meeting is open to everyone interested in Arctic glaciology. We particularly welcome contributions to our special sessions. Special session on atmosphere-glacier interactions include:
Special session on glacier–ocean interactions include:
The latter special session will feature a workshop session led by Luke Copland, University of Ottawa,on the importance of calving (frontal ablation) for the mass budget of Arctic glaciers. This session follows up activities initiated at the IASC workshop in Poland, Sopot, 15-17 October 2016, with the aim to derive a consistent pan-Arctic frontal-ablation estimate for the period 2000-2015.
Registration deadline is December 05, 2016.
For more information about the workshop please visit our website.