21 February 2024 Tyler Meng from the University of Arizona talks about 'Kinematic and dynamic processes impacting rock glacier surface morphology'
28 February2024 02:00 GMT Thursday (Thursday for Europe and Asia, Wednesday for the Americas) Speaker to be confirmed. Please contact David Babb (email@example.com) if you would like to speak in the new timezone . Seminars will also be streamed on Facebook and available as a recording on YouTube.
27 March 2024 02:00 GMT Thursday (Thursday for Europe and Asia, Wednesday for the Americas) Speaker to be confirmed. Please contact David Babb (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to speak in the new timezone . Seminars will also be streamed on Facebook and available as a recording on YouTube.
The Northeast Glaciology Meeting (IGS Northeastern North American Branch) will be held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology April 18-19. All are welcome! Please indicate your interest here: https://forms.gle/M29bpvjCjC5gVkPq7 The meeting will be in person only to facilitate interactions between scientists of all career stages, undergrads to retirees, and everything in between. We encourage everyone […]
The fountain in the Karthaus town square Announcement of the next Karthaus course on ICE SHEETS AND GLACIERS IN THE CLIMATE SYSTEM 22 -31 May 2024 Karthaus, Italy The Karthaus Summer School is course sponsored by: The Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University The Netherlands Earth System Science Centre The International Glaciological Society […]
The University of Alaska (UAF) has organized bi-annual summer schools in glaciology since 2010. Itopen to graduate students in glaciology around the world. The course is held at the Wrangell Mountains Center in McCarthy, Alaska. Lecturers Andy Aschwanden, Ed Bueler, Mark Fahnestock, Regine Hock, Martin Truffer (UAF) Karen Alley (University of Manitoba), Gwenn Flowers (Simon […]
Cryospheric models that simulate land and sea ice dynamics, snow physics and permafrost processes have become mainstream tools to assess the past, present and future state of the Earth’s frozen landscapes. In combination with observational data, they provide a powerful, physics-constrained method to address some of Earth Science’s most pressing questions. They form the backbone […]
The 2024 IGS British Branch meeting, will be held at the (venue to be decided) at the University of Liverpool on Monday 2 September and 3 September, 2024 Please save these dates in your diaries as we hope to welcome as many glacial folks as possible, particularly considering this is the 50th anniversary of the […]
Ice streams and outlet glaciers are important components of an ice sheet’s mass balance and their behaviour directly impacts on sea level. These corridors of fast-flowing ice have been described as the ‘arteries’ of an ice sheet and their distinction is largely semantic, with ice streams bordered by slower-moving ice and outlet glaciers bordered by […]