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Press releases from ETH Zürich: (Glacier simulation sheds light on accident after 88 years) and Freie Universität (Tod im Eis) report newly published Journal of Glaciology paper Modelling the trajectory of the corpses of mountaineers who disappeared in 1926 on Aletschgletscher, Switzerland by Guillaume Jouvet and Martin Funk
Press release from Unversity of Utrecht: Disappearing snow increases risk of collapsing ice shelves in Antarctica reports newly published Journal of Glaciology paper Firn air depletion as a precursor of Antarctic ice-shelf collapse by Peter Kuipers Munneke and others
- Abstract submission for the 'International Symposium on the Changing Arctic Cryosphere' to be held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 18–22 August 2014 is now open
- The second circular for the 'International Symposium on the Changing Arctic Cryosphere' to be held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 18–22 August 2014 is now online
- The first papers for Journal of Glaciology volume 60, issue 220 are now available on line
- Online registration for the IGS sponsored ‘International Symposium on Glaciers and Ice Sheets Contribution to Sea-Level Change: observations, modelling and prediction’, 26–30 May 2014, Chamonix, France, is now open.
- The latest issue of ICE, no. 162, is now available on line to members
- Anker Weidick has been awarded the Society's Richardson Medal. The medal was presented to him at the 2013 IGS Nordic Branch meeting held in Lammi, Finland on 31 October 2013.
- Call for papers; thematic Annals of Glaciology issue on ‘Contribution of Glaciers and Ice Sheets to Sea-Level Change (observations, modelling and prediction)’.
- Online registration for the IGS sponsored International Symposium on Sea Ice in a Changing Environment to be held 9–14 March 2014 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, is now open
- Authors can now opt for full ‘Gold Open Access’ for their publications in any IGS journal
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- The IGS takes great pleasure in announcing the award of the Seligman Crystal to Professor Paul Duval of Grenoble, France
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