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INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM CRYOSPHERIC INDICATORS ON GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

REVISED PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME OF SESSIONS

Please note that the programme may change if authors do not attend the Symposium.

Corrections will be posted outside the auditorium each day.

Numbers in the third column refer to abstract numbers

MONDAY, 21 AUGUST 2006
08:30
Opening of Symposium
Atsumu Ohmura, President of the IGS
Barry Goodison, Chairman of CliC
Georg Kaser, President of UCCS
Tom Lachlan-Cope, Chairman, Local Organizing Committee
Martin Sharp, Chief Editor of Annals 46
Session 1:
CliC project area 2: Glaciers, ice caps and ice sheets, and their relation to sea level
Chair: Konrad Steffen
09:15
Richard B. Alley, Matthew K. Spencer, and Sridhar Anandakrishnan
053
Ice-sheet mass balance: assessment, attribution and prognosis
09:30
H. Jay Zwally, Scott B. Luthcke, Donghui Yi, Jack L. Saba, Jun Li, Mario B. Giovinetto, Helen G. Cornejo and Anita C. Brenner
285
Mass balance of the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets and ice shelves: an overview of recent results
09:45
Robert Bindschadler and Hyeungu Choi
253
Mapping the Total Antarctic Ice Sheet Discharge: an IPY Benchmark Data Set
10:00
Eric Rignot
290
Western Greenland glacier ice discharge since 1957 and its contribution to sea level change
10:15
Refreshments
Parallel Session 2a:
Actual records of climate in cryospheric regions, and their relation to changes in the cryosphere, including statistical/model interpretation
Chair: NN
10:45
Edward Hanna, Konrad Steffen, Philippe Huybrechts, Russell Huff and John Cappelen Stephens
203
Record Greenland melt and runoff in 2005
11:00
Pedro Skvarca, Frank Rau, Ted Scambos, Hernán Sala Evgeniy and Jonathan Thom
070
Effects of ongoing climatic warming on the cryosphere of the Antarctic Peninsula
11:15
Helgard Anschuetz, Olaf Eisen, Hans Oerter, Daniel Steinhage and Mirko Scheinert
021
Investigating small-scale variations of the recent accumulation rate in Central Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica
11.30
Konrad Steffen, Russell Huff and Nicolas Cullen
084
Accumulation, melt, and climate variability at the Western slope of the Greenland ice sheet at Swiss Camp: 1990 to 2005
11:45
Andrew P. Barrett and Mark C. Serreze
245
Glacier mass balance and runoff to the Arctic Ocean
12:00
Maria Shahgedanova, Viktor Popovnin, Alexander Alaynikov, Dmitry Petrakov and Christopher R Stokes
126
Long-term change and interannual and intraseasonal variability in climate and glacier mass balance in the Caucasus Mountains, Russia
12:15
Lunch

Parallel Session 2b:
Observed historical changes in the cryosphere
Chair: NN
10:45
Hamish Pritchard and David G. Vaughan
097
Widespread acceleration of the Antarctic Peninsula's retreating tidewater glaciers
11:00
Richard Hodgkins, Adrian Fox and Anne-Marie Nuttall
113
Mass-balance change between 1990 and 2003 at Finsterwalderbreen, a Svalbard surge-type glacier, from GPS-profiling
11:15
Chris DeBeer and Martin Sharp
193
Recent glacier retreat within the southern Canadian Cordillera
11.30
Etienne Berthier, Yves Arnaud Sarfaraz Ahmad, Rajesh Kumar, Patrick Wagnon and Pierre Chevallier
117
Recent glacier thinning in the Spiti/Lahaul region of Indian Himalaya obtained by comparing SRTM and SPOT 5 DEM
11:45
Vuglinsky Valery
183
Changes in ice regimes of rivers in the European Russia
12:00
Shangguan Donghui, Liu Shiyin, Ding Yongjian, Li Jing, Zhang Yong, Ding Lianfu, Wang Xing, Xie Changwei and Li Gang
132
Glacier changes in the West Kunlun Mountains, China from 1970 to 2001 derived from Landsat TM/ETM+ and Chinese glacier inventory data
12:15
Lunch
Parallel Session 3a:
Snow accumulation, snow stratigraphy, surface melt and runoff
Chair: NN
13:30
Heidi Escher-Vetter and Matthias Siebers
038
Sensitivity of glacier runoff to summer snowfall events
13:45
Allan Frei, Gavin Gong, David A. Robinson, Gwangyong Choi and Debjani Ghatak
224
North American snow extent as an indicator of climate change
14:00
Wang Feiteng, Li Zhongqin, R. Edwards and Li Huilin
090
Long term changes in the snow-firn pack stratigraphy on Glacier No. 1 in the Eastern Tianshan Mountains
14:15
Tetsuo Ohata
296
Cryosphere-Atmosphere-Biosphere Interaction and Changes in Northern Eurasia
14:30
Thomas H. Painter, Andrew P. Barrett, Chris Landry and Corey Lawrence
266
Radiative forcing of desert dust deposition in mountain snow cover
14:45
Vladimir N. Golubev, Marina N. Petrushina and Denis M. Frolov
215
Variability of temperature and precipitation regime as a factor of snow cover distribution and stratigraphy of snowpack
15:00
Chris Derksen, Ross Brown and Libo Wang
033
Spring snow cover over northern Canada from satellite and in situ data
15:15
Ross D. Brown and Gregory M. Flato
018
Snow cover variability and change over North America
15:30
Refreshments
Parallel Session 3b:
Observed historical changes in the cryosphere, contd
Chair: NN
13:30
Frank Paul, Andreas Wipf, Max Maisch, Martin Hoelzle and Wilfried Haeberli
157
Long-term changes in alpine glacier volume obtained by six independent approaches
13:45
Tavi Murray and Tim James
116
Volume loss from a Svalbard catchment - contrasts between a surge-type and non-surge-type glacier
14:00
Isabella Velicogna and John WAhr
289
Monitoring the mass variations of ice sheets
14:15
Oddur Sigurðsson, Tómas Jóhannesson and Trausti Jónsson
210
Relation between glacier front variations and summer temperature in Iceland since 1930
14:30
Anton (Toni) Schenk, Yushin Ahn, Beata Csatho and Andrew Fountain
270
Precise reconstruction of cryospheric changes from aerial photography and airborne laser scanning
14:45
Keith Echelmeyer, Craig Lingle, Brent Richie, Sandra Zirnheld and Virginia Valentine
260
Continued volume changes of Alaska glaciers
15:00
C. D'Agata, M. Citterio, G. Diolaiuti, G. Stella, T. Carnielli and C. Smiraglia
256
Trends in glacial terminus fluctuations from the first complete data-base of Italian glaciers
15:15
Rajmund Przybylak
005
Recent air temperature changes in the Arctic
15:30
Refreshments
Parallel Session 4a:
Ice shelves and their interaction with the ocean & atmosphere
Chair: NN
16:00
Luke Copland and Laurie Weir
255
The 2005 calving of the Ayles Ice Shelf, Ellesmere Island, Canada
16:15
Mervyn P. Freeman, Martin E. W. O'Leary and Alison J. Cook
104
How long is the coastline of Antarctica? - a new method for understanding iceberg calving and a possible precursor of ice shelf collapse.
16:30
Faezeh Maghami Nick and Cornelis van der Veen
039
Controls on advance of tidewater glaciers: Results from numerical modeling applied to Columbia Glacier
16:45
Jeremy Lloyd, David Roberts, Antoon Kuijpers, Matthias Moros and Antony Long
022
Interaction between ocean circulation, climate and ice stream dynamics of Jakobshavn Isbrae, West Greenland
17:00
R.A. Massom, T. Scambos, V. Squire, T. Williams, D. MacAyeal, S. Stammerjohn, N. Adams, R. Aster, M. Sponsler, I. Simmonds, M. Pook and J. Turner
054
The contribution of extreme events in the austral spring-summer of 2001/2 to the disintegration of the Larsen-B ice shelf
Parallel Session 4b:
Observed historical changes in the cryosphere, contd.
Chair: NN
16:00
Jon Ove Hagen, Trond Eiken, Even Loe, Jack Kohler, Kjetil Melvold, Thomas V. Schuler and Andrea Taurisano
278
Elevation changes on Austfonna Ice cap
16:15
Andrew G. Fountain, Hassan J. Basagic, M. Hoffman, Keith Jackson and Dan Fagre
281
Climate Change and Glacier Response in the American West
16:30
Ninglian Wang, L. G. Thompson, M. E. Davis and Tandong Yao
091
Similarities and differences between the variations in accumulation rates over the past 500 Years recorded in ice cores from the Northern and Southern Tibetan Plateau
16:45
Wolfgang Schöner and Reinhard Böhm
240
A statistical mass balance model for reconstruction of LIA ice mass of glaciers of European Alps
17:00
Elisabeth Isaksson, Dmitry Divine, Harro Meijer, Roderik .S.W. van de Wal, Tonu Martma, Veijo Pohjola, John Moore and Makoto Igarashi
275
The ice core record of Svalbard climate during the past 800 years
CliC information session
Chair:Victoria Lytle
18:30
Tatiana Khromova
CPA1: The terrestrial cryosphere and hydrometeorology of cold regions
18:45
Konrad Steffen
CPA2: Glaciers, ice caps and ice sheets, and their relation to sea level
19:00
Tony Worby
CPA3: The marine cryosphere and its interactions with high latitude oceans and atmosphere
19:15
John Turner
CPA4: Links between the cryosphere and global climate
19:30
Tetsuo Ohata
How Asian Region will be tackled under the CliC Program
19:45
Vladimir Ryabinin
The integrated global observing system for the Cryosphere; IGOS-cryo
20:00
Refreshments in the foyer of the Scott Polar Research Institute
TUESDAY, 22 AUGUST 2006
Session 5:
Lakes and surface melt features
Chair: NN
08:30
Claude R. Duguay, Terry D Prowse, Barrie R. Bonsal and Martin P. Lacroix
237
Lake-ice freeze-up, growth, and break-up: a review of controlling factors, historical trends, and future predictions
08:45
Martin O. Jeffries and Kim Morris
013
Some aspects of ice phenology on ponds in Central Alaska
09:00
Roger J. Braithwaite
040
Calculation of sensible heat flux over a melting ice surface: the Greenland ice sheet revisited
09:15
Shelley MacDonell and Sean Fitzsimons
133
Melt initiation at the Wright Lower Glacier, Antarctica
09:30
Malcolm McMillan, Peter Nienow, Andrew Shepherd and Toby Benham
206
Supra-glacial lake evolution at the margins of the Greenland ice sheet
09:45
C.R. Stokes, V. Popovnin, A. Aleynikov, S.D. Gurney and M. Shahgedanova
048
Recent glacier retreat in the Caucasus Mts, Russia, and associated increases in supraglacial debris cover and supra/proglacial lake development
10:00
Refreshments
Parallel Session 6a:
Observed historical changes in the cryosphere
Chair: NN
10:30
William B. Krabill and Robert H. Thomas
061
Recent ice sheet and glacier elevation changes in Greenland and Canada from aircraft laser altimetry
10:45
G Hilmar Gudmundsson, Ed C. King and Richard C A Hindmarsh
055
Shifting margins of the Talutis and Carlson Inlet ice streams, West Antarctica
11:00
Fiona Cawkwell, Martin Sharp and Luke Copland
227
Shrinkage of small ice masses in the Canadian High Arctic, 1960-2000
11:15
Andrew G Klein, Joni L Kincaid, Kevin E Merritt, Christopher P Graff, Jennifer N Morris, Alan J Poole, Alicia M Rutledge and Jared D Stukey
231
A synthesis of tropical glacier retreat: a remote sensing approach
11:30
Remko de Lange, Tavi Murray, Adrian Luckman and Edward Hanna
165
Current changes at the East Greenland Helheim glacier: unravelling the chronology of events
11:45
Andrew Shepherd
043
Antarctic glaciers set to raise sea levels this century
12:00
Etienne Berthier, Yves Arnaud, Christian Vincent and Frederique Remy
041
Biases of SRTM in high-mountain areas (Alps, Himalaya). Implications for the monitoring of glacier volume changes
12:15
Lunch
Parallel Session 6b:
Processes that lead to changes in the cryosphere and how these make interpretation difficult, contd.
Chair: NN
10:30
Leigh Stearns and Gordon Hamilton
222
Rapid changes of Kangerdlugssuaq Glacier, East Greenland - which came first: acceleration, retreat, or thinning?
10:45
Adrian Luckman and Edward Hanna
105
Arctic ice sheet and ice cap melt extent from Envisat global mode synthetic aperture radar data
11:00
Douglas Benn and Nicholas Hulton
158
'Calving laws', 'sliding laws' and the stability of tidewater glaciers
11:15
Ruth Mottram, Douglas I. Benn and Nicolas J. Hulton
191
The importance of glacier dynamics in the respopnse of glacier dynamics to climate change: a study at Breiðamerkurjökull, Iceland
11:30
Gwendolyn J.M.C. Leysinger Vieli,, Richard C.A. Hindmarsh and Martin J. Siegert
162
Three-dimensional flow influences on radar layer stratigraphy
11:45
Michael Kuhn
118
Response of rock glaciers to climate forcing
12:00
Sridhar Anandakrishnan, Matt A King, Donald E Voigt, Richard B Alley, J Paul Winberry, Huw Horgan, Leo E Peters and Robert A Bindschadler
200
Dispersive response of ice stream flow to tidal forcing
12:15
Lunch
Parallel Session 7a:
Extension of climate records back in time, using observations of cryospheric changes
Chair: NN
13:30
Daniel E. Lawson, Richard B. Alley and David C. Finnegan
243
Holocene glacier fluctuations in relations to climatic and non-climatic controls, Glacier Bay, Alaska
13:45
Michiel Helsen, Roderik van de Wal and Michiel van den Broeke
006
The present-day isotope-temperature relationship over Antarctica
14:00
Lide Tian, Tandong Yao, Wei Yang, Penglin Wang and Zhongfang Liu
024
Recent variation of isotopic record in Dasuopu ice core, middle of Himalayas
14:15
Philip D. Hughes, Jamie Woodward and Philip Gibbard
001
Pleistocene glaciers and climates in the Balkans
14:30
Øyvind Nordli, Elin Lundstad and A.E.J. Ogilvie
141
A late winter-early spring temperature reconstruction for Southeastern Norway from 1758 to 2006
14:45
R Bintanja and R S W van de Wal
124
A three million-year history of Northern Hemisphere glaciation and climate
15:00
Refreshments
Parallel Session 7b:
Croysphere surface processes, radiation and mass balance
Chair: NN
13:30
Atsumu Ohmura, Andreas Bauder, Hans Müller and Giovanni Kappenberger
109
The role of radiation in mass balance change of glaciers
13:45.
Jing Zhang, Uma S. Bhatt, Wendell V. Tangborn, Craig S. Lingle and Keith A. Echelmeyer
262
Response of Glaciers in Northwestern North America to Global Warming: an Atmospheric / Glacier Mass Balance Modeling Approach
14:00
P. Kuipers Munneke, C.H. Tijm-Reijmer, J. Oerlemans and P. Stammes
106
A model for studying Antarctic snow surface albedo under clear and cloudy conditions
14:15
Carleen Reijmer and Regine Hock
144
Modeling the mass balance of Storglaciär en, Sweden, using a distributed energy and mass balance model including a multi layer snow model
14:30
14:45
15:00
Refreshments
Poster Session 1:
Chair: T.H. Jacka
15:31
Olaf Eisen, Andreas Bauder, Patrick Riesen and Martin Funk
035
Deducing temperature distribution in the tongue of Gornergletscher from radar surveys
15:32
Gunnar Spreen, Stefan Kern and Detlef Stammer
248
New satellite multi-sensor approach to estimate sea ice volume flux
15:33
Donghui Yi and H. Jay Zwally
241
Antarctic Surface Slope from ICESat Repeat Ground Tracks
15:34
Inka Koch, Martin Sharp, Lindsey Nicholson and Dorthe Dahl-Jensen
238
Comparison of climate proxies in short ice core records from the Canadian Arctic with observed climate records
15:35
Keguang Wang, Jari Uusikivi, Matti Leppäranta and Mats Granskog
098
Seasonal evolution of heat fluxes through snow and ice in Santala Bay, Baltic Sea
15:36
Anna Sinisalo, Kristiina Virkkunen, John Moore, Aslak Grinsted, Harro A.J. Meijer and Tonu Martma
181
Oxygen isotope records in a traditional (vertical) and horizontal ice cores from an Antarctic blue ice area
15:37
Chiyuki Narama, K. Fujita, T. Kajiura, C. Ormukov and K. Abdrakhmatov
299
Recent changes in glacial meltwater due to glacial shrinkage in the Terskey-Alatoo Range, Kyrgyz Republic
15:38
Wusheng Yu, Tandong Yao, Lide Tian, Naoyuki Kurita, Yu Wang and Weizhen Sun
034
Stable isotope variations in precipitation and the Monsoon activities on the Tibetan Plateau
15:39
Peter Jansson, Hans Linderholm, Rickard Pettersson, Torbjörn Karlin and Carl Magbus Mörth
188
Assessing the possibility to couple chemical signal in winter snow on Storglaciären to atmospheric climatology
15:40
Bogdan Gadek and Leszek Kolondra
239
Response of glacierets in Polish and Slovakian Tatra Mts. to climate variability and change
15:41
Michele Koppes, Bernard Hallet and John Anderson
069
Glacier erosion and response to climate change in Chilean Patagonia
15:42
Thomas Vikhamar Schuler, Even Loe, Andrea Taurisano, Trond Eiken, Jon Ove Hagen and Jack Kohler
075
A calibrated surface mass balance model for the Austfonna ice cap, Svalbard
15:43
David Collins and Mauri S. Pelto
300
Consequences of current climate-glacier disequilibrium for streamflow in the North Cascades, Washington, USA and Pennine Alps, Switzerland
15:44
Xie Changwei, Ding Yongjian, Zhao Lin, We Tonghu, Han Haidong
092
The influences of debris cover on the melting process and the shrinkage of Keqikaer Glacier, south slope of Mt.Tuomuer, Western China
15:45
Adam Booth, Tavi Murray and Roger Clark
101
Limitations of common-midpoint surveys for estimation of ice water content
15:46
David B. Reusch and Richard B. Alley
123
Antarctic sea ice: a self-organizing map-based perspective
15:47
Ian Willis, Martin Sharp, Bryn Hubbard, Peter Nienow, Douglas Mair, Neil Arnold, Urs Fischer and Javier Corripio
292
Past and future mass balance of Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland derived from glaciological and geodetic measurements and numerical modelling
15:48
Hongxi Pang, Yuanqing He, Wilfred H. Theakstone and David D. Zhang
031
Soluble ionic and oxygen isotopic compositions of a shallow firn profile, Baishui Glacier No. 1, southeastern Tibetan Plateau
15:49
Li Jing and Liu Shiying
170
Increasing of Glacial Runoff in Response to Climate Warming in Glacier No.1 at the Headwaters of the Urumqi River, Tianshan Mountains
15:50
Meixue Yang, Tandong Yao and Xiaohua Gou
007
Permafrost monitoring on Tibetan Plateau of the GAME-Tibet and CEOP/CAMP-Tibet
15:51
Maria Ananicheva and Alexander Krenke
011
Contemporary and future change of glacier systems characteristics in North-eastern Asia
15:52
Andrew Shepherd, Zhijun Du, Toby J. Benham, Julian A. Dowdeswell and Elizabeth M. Morris
288
Mass balance of the Devon ice cap, Canadian Arctic
15:53
Guðfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir, Helgi Björnsson, Sverrir Guðmundsson, Tómas Jóhannesson, Oddur Sigurðsson and Finnur Pálsson
298
Climate change response of Vatnajökull, Hofsjökull and Langjökull ice caps, Iceland
15:54
Masaaki Ishizaka, Satoru Yamaguchi and Atsushi Sato
151
Relationships in climatic monthly values of Japanese snowy areas between maximum snow depth, mean air temperature and precipitation
15:55
Ricardo Jana, Jorge Arigony, Steffen Vogt and Hermann Gossmann
267
Delineation of glacial catchments in the Antarctic Peninsula from ASTER derived digital elevation models
15:56
Hongxi Pang, Yuanqing He, Aigang Lu, Jingdong Zhao, Baoying Ning, Lingling Yuan, Bo Song and Ningning Zhang
032
Response of hydrological cycle system over the monsoonal temperate glacier area in Mt. Yulong to global warming
15:57
Stefan Kern, Gunnar Spreen, Lars Kaleschke, Sara de la Rosa Höhn and Georg Heygster
160
Polynya Signature Simulation Method polynya area in comparison to AMSR-E 89 GHz sea-ice concentrations in the Ross Sea and off Adelie Coast, Antarctica, for 2002-2005: first results
15:58
YANG Jianping, DING Yongjian, LIU Shiyin and LIU Jun feng
030
Variations of snow cover and its response to climatic change in the source regions of the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers on the Tibetan Plateau
15:59
Björn O. W. SJÖGREN, Ola BRANDT, Chris Nuth, Elisabeth ISAKSSON, Veijo A. POHJOLA, Jack KOHLER and Roderik S.W. VAN DE WAL
145
Determination of the density in an ice core using digital photos
16:00
Sebastian Gerland and Angelika H.H. Renner
172
Sea ice mass balance monitoring in an Arctic fjord
16:01
Meixue Yang and Tandong Yao
014
Analysis of the ground temperature at site D110 in the northern Tibetan Plateau
16:02
Shangguan Donghui, Liu Shiyin and Ding Yongjian
169
Analysis of thickness change in ablation area of Keqikar Glacier in Tienshan Mountains using aerial topography, field work, ASTER image and GPS data during 1970-2005
16:03
Philip Hughes and Roger Braithwaite
066
Application of a degree-day model to reconstruct Pleistocene glacial climates in Greece
16:04
Zhongqin Li, Ross Edwards, Feiteng Wang and Huilin Li,
087
Chemical composition of resent snow/ice on glaciers in eastern Tianshan
16:05
Rune Solberg,
182
A New System and Service for Climate Monitoring in the Cryosphere
16:06
Hans Linderholm and Peter Jansso
168
Proxy data reconstructions of the Storglaciären mass balance record back to AD 1500 on annual to decadal timescales
16:07
Federica Marino, Valter Maggi, Daniele Ceccato, Barbara Delmonte, Grazia Ghermandi, Patrick De Deckker and JeanRobert Petit,
276
Geochemical (major elements) composition of dust in the EPICA-Dome C ice core: implications for compositional variability and geographic provenance, in the last 220 kyr
16:08
Sergey A. Sokratov and Vladimir N. Golubev
152
Isotopic change in snow by sublimation
16:09
Toshimitsu Sakurai, Hiroshi Ohno, Yoshinori Iizuka and Takeo Hondoh,
080
Formation mechanisms of methanesulfonate salts found in Dome Fuji ice core
16:10
Youqing Wang and Tandong YAO
045
Relationship between the d18O recorded in the Malan ice core and the ENSO events
16:11
Elisabeth Isaksson and 16 others
274
Holtedahlfonna -- a new Svalbard ice core record
16:12
Kumiko Goto-Azuma, Takayuki Shiraiwa, Sumito Matoba, Takahiro Segawa, Syosaku Kanamori, Yoshiyuki Fujii and David A. Fisher
060
An ice core study of climate and environmental variability during the last 100 years in the North Pacific region
16:13
Peter M. Abbott, Siwan M. Davies, Jørgen Peder Steffensen, Sigfus, J. Johnsen and Matthias Bigler
214
Tephrochronological investigations of the marine isotope stage 4 sections of the Greenland ice cores
16:14
Magand, Picard, Genthon, Fily, Krinner, Frezzotti and Ekaykin
047
Surface mass balance of the East Wilkes and Victoria Land region (90-180°E), East Antarctica, from 1950 to 2005
16:15
Saito Fuyuki, Ayako Abe-Ouchi and Heinz Blatter
079
Improvement in the numerical scheme to compute horizontal gradients at the ice-sheet margin and its effect on the simulated ice sheet topography
16:16
Wang Xin, Liu Shiyin, Shangguan Donghu, Xie Zichu, Zhang Yingsong, Zhang Yong and Li Jin
046
Simulation and mitigation for glacier lake Outburst flood of Longbasaba and Pida Lake in Pumqu Basin, Himalaya
16:17
Jonathan G. Fairman, Jr, Bryan G. Mark and Mitchell A. Plummer
242
Modeling the climatic controls and topographic form of modern and Late Pleistocene tropical Andean glaciers
16:18
Narelle Baker
042
Analysing the evolution of the Antarctic ice sheet
16:19
L. A. Rasmussen, L. M. Andreassen and H. Conway
028
Reconstruction of mass balance of glaciers in southern Norway back to 1948
16:20
Xie Changwei, Ding Yongjian, Zhao Lin, Wu Tonghua and Li Ren
088
The use of artificial neural networks (ANNs) to simulate melt-water runoff on Keqikaer Glacier, south slope of Mt.Tuomuer, western China
16:21
Yong Zhang, Shiyin Liu, Yongjian Ding, Donghui Shangguan, Jing Li and Xin Wang
082
Mass-balance modelling of Keqicar Glacier in the Tarim River basin, northwestern China
16:22
Catherine Ritz and Vincent Peyaud
229
Large scale response of the Antarctic ice sheet to changes in the dynamics of outlet glaciers.
16:23
Feng Ying
056
Modeling the surface energy fluxes and ground thermal regime at Lhasa, Tibet
16:24
Carlos Martin, Richard C. A. Hindmarsh and Francisco Navarro
221
Signal of ice divide motion on radar layer geometry
16:25
Marion Bougamont, Elizabeth C. Hunke and Slawek Tulaczyk
059
Sensitivity of ocean circulation to loss of West Antarctic ice shelves and ice sheet
16:26
Rianne H. Giesen and Johannes Oerlemans
067
Modelling the influence of 20th century climate on the surface mass balance of Hardangerjøkulen, southern Norway
16:27
Byron R. Parizek, Richard B. Alley and Todd K. Dupont
220
A mechanism for inland migration of surface meltwater access to the bed
16:28
Frank Pattyn
213
Marine ice sheet stability and grounding line dynamics
16:29
Xieyao Ma, Hironori Yabuki, Tetsuo Ohata and Tetsuzo Yasunari
155
Seasonal and interannual variations of the active layer in Eastern Siberia
16:30
Ryan Woodard and Mervyn P. Freeman
102
An Antarctic ice sheet model inspired by self-organized criticality
16:32
Saito Fuyuki, Ayako Abe-Ouchi and Segawa Tomonori
135
Response of Greenland ice sheet to the global warming simulated by a high resolution atmosphere-ocean GCM coupled by an ice sheet model
16:33
Trudy Wohlleben
204
Total area concentration and total sea ice severity in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada: experimental linear predictions for 2007-08 to 2017-18.
16:34
Matthias Huss, Shin Sugiyama, Andreas Bauder and Martin Funk,
171
Retreat scenarios of Unteraargletscher, Switzerland, using a coupled ice-flow mass-balance model
16:35
Liss M. Andreassen and Johannes Oerlemans
146
Modelling the long term mass balance series of Storbreen, Norway, using a simplified energy balance approach.
16:36
Todd K. Dupont, Richard B. Alley and Byron R. Parizek
192
Subglacial-lake formation by ice-shelf grounding: implications for outburst flooding.
16:37
Trudy Wohlleben, Martin Sharp and Andrew Bush
198
John Evans Glacier, Nunavut, Canada: a case for modelling surface ice velocities using a linearly viscous Shallow Ice Equation model
16:38
Thorsteinn Thorsteinsson and Bergur Einarsson
195
Timescale calculations for potential ice core drilling sites on the temperate ice caps in Iceland
16:39
Friedrich Obleitner, Nicolas Cullen and Konrad Steffen
150
Simulation of turbulent fluxes at Summit, Greenland
16:40
POSTERS
17:15
First meeting of IGS Council - SPRI seminar room (top floor)
20:00
Richard Alley - Seligman Crystal Award Ceremony and a talk by Dr. Alley


WEDNESDAY, 23 AUGUST 2006
Session 8:
CliC project area 3: The marine cryosphere and its interactions with high latitude oceans and atmosphere
Chair: Tony Worby
08:30
William D. Hibler III,, S. Vavrus, J. Hutchings and A. Roberts
295
The Effect of Sea-Ice Mechanics on Climate Warming Induced Sea Ice Change
08:45
Ellsworth LeDrew
294
Temporal Change and Forcing Processes for Regional Sea Ice Concentration in the Arctic
09:00
Angelika Renner and Victoria Lytle
049
Sea ice thickness in the Weddell Sea: a comparison of model and upward looking sonar data
09:15
Anthony Worby, Robert Massom, Victoria Lytle and Thorsten Markus
077
Validation of AMSR-E derived snow thickness over East Antarctic sea ice
09:30
Helen Amanda Fricker and Laurence Padman
258
Investigating the Antarctic ice shelf grounding zones with ICESat
09:45
Donghui Yi and H. Jay Zwally
247
Seasonal variation of Antarctic sea-ice freeboard height and thickness from ICESat
10:00
Refreshments
Session 9:
Modelling of all of the above. How well do models capture the observed changes? Contd.
Chair: NN
10:30
Craig S. Lingle,, Jed A. Kallen-Brown and Ed Bueler
272
Multi-modal flow in a thermocoupled model of the Antarctic ice sheet: verification and sensitivity
10:45
Shin Sugiyama, Andreas Bauder, Conradin Zahno and Martin Funk
078
Evolution of Rhonegletscher in Switzerland over the past 125 years and in the future: application of an improved flowline model
11:00
Olaf Eisen
026
Extracting velocity information from kinematic inversion of firn layers
11:15
Jun Li,, H. Jay Zwally and Josefino C. Comiso
264
Ice sheet elevation changes caused by variations in firn compaction rates induced by satellite-observed temperature variations (1982-2003)
11:30
Ros Death, A.J. Payne, A.P. Wright and J.M. Gregory
163
A Statistical Approach to Estimating the Contribution of Glaciers to Future Sea-level Rise.
11:45
Helgi Björnsson, Guðfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir, Finnur Pálsson and Sven Þ. Sigurðsson
189
20th century evolution and response of Hoffellsjökull, southeast Iceland, to climate change
12:00
Weili Wang, Jun Li and Jay Zwally
277
Modeling investigation of ice sheet flow enhanced by the surface melt-induced basal sliding
12:15
Lunch
13:30
EXCURSION
19:30
BANQUET at St Johns College
THURSDAY, 24 AUGUST 2006
Session 10:
CliC project area 1: The terrestrial cryosphere and hydrometeorology of cold regions
Chair: Tatiana Khromova
08:30
Terry D. Prowse, Barrie R. Bonsal, Claude R Duguay and Martin P. Lacroix
223
River-ice break-up/freeze-up: a review of climatic drivers, historical trends and future predictions
08:45
Xiao Cunde, Liu Shiyin, Zhao Lin, Wu Qingbai, Li Peiji, Liu Chunzhen, Zhang Qiwen, Ding Yongjian, Yao Tandong, Li Zhongqin and Pu Jiancheng
008
Observed changes of cryosphere in China over the second half of the 20th century: an overview
09:00
M. Tamil Selvan and Sarfaraz Ahmad
037
An investigation of climate change impact on snow/ice melts runoff in Himalayas
09:15
Rune S. Ødegård, Ketil Isaksen, Trond Eiken and Johan Ludvig Sollid
235
Permafrost in mountain terrain? A hybrid modelling approach with examples from Southern Norway
09:30
Andreas Kääb
009
Satellite-derived glacier changes 1990-2002 along a transect over the Bhutan Himlayas
09:45
Alexander Krenke and Maria Ananicheva
012
Mountain glacier systems and their relation to 'hyonosphere': methodology and use in glacio-climatology
10:00
Refreshments
Session 11:
Synthesis of records by geographical region, and ultimately globally
Chair: NN
10:30
Roger J. Braithwaite and Sarah C. B. Raper
065
Glaciological conditions in seven contrasting regions estimated with the degree-day model
10:45
Georg Kaser
212
Tropical glaciers: recent history, present state, and climate forcing
11:00
IGS Annual General Meeting
12:15
Lunch
Session 12:
CliC project area 1: The terrestrial cryosphere and hydrometeorology of cold regions
Chair: Tatiana Khromova
13:30
Valentina Radić, Regine Hock and Johannes Oerlemans
063
Volume-area scaling approach vs. flowline model in glacier volume projections
13:45.
Florence Fetterer and Matt Savoie
263
Observations for SEARCH: data integration for change detection
14:00
Jessie Cherry, Bruno Tremblay, Marc Stieglitz, Gavin Gong and Stephen Dery
003
New estimates of land-based Arctic solid precipitation, 1940-1999
14:15
Richard L. Armstrong, Mary J. Brodzik, Matthew H. Savoie and Kenneth Knowles
027
Northern Hemisphere snow extent trends derived from passive microwave and optical satellite data
14:30
Discussion
15:00
Refreshments
Poster Session 2. Short presentations
Chair: NN
15:30
Walter N. Meier, Julienne Stroeve and Florence Fetterer
251
The declining Arctic sea ice: how much of an indicator of change is it?
15:31
Yuanqing He, Jingdong Zhao, Hongxi Pang, Aigang Lu, Bo Song and Ningning Zhang
029
A review of variation features of the Monsoonal temperate glaciers in China since Late Pleistocene
15:32
Zhang Yong and Liu Shiyin
173
Hydrochemical characteristics of Keqikar Glacier, southwestern Tien Shan
15:33
Frédéric Parrenin, Richard Hindmarsh and Frédérique Rémy
250
Analytical solutions for the effect of topography, accumulation rate and lateral flow divergence on isochrone layer geometry in ice sheets
15:34
Jacob Clement Yde and Niels Tvis Knudsen
036
20th century glacier fluctuations on Disko Island, Greenland
15:35
Toshitaka Suzuki, Takeshi Itoh, Yoshiyuki Fujii
020
Variations in total concentrations of metallic elements in Dome Fuji ice core representing the last 320 kyr
15:36
Kyung In Huh, Bea M. Csatho and Cornelis van der Veen
249
Reconstructing Holocene glacier changes in West Greenland from multispectral aster imagery
15:37
Michel Sacchettini, Frédéric Parrenin, Olaf Eisen and Daniel Steinhage
246
Reconstruction of past accumulation rates from internal layers around Kohnen station (Antarctica)
15:38
Gonzalo Barcaza, Masamu Aniya, Tatsuto Aoki and Takane Matsumoto
137
Satellite monitoring of equilibrium lines in Northern Patagonia icefield: 1979-2003
15:39
Ted A. Scambos, Walter N. Meier and Jim McNeill
175
Comparison of ICESat freeboard measurements of high Arctic sea ice with in situ measurements from the Ice Warrior Project
15:40
Jack Kohler, Ola Brandt, Chris Nuth, Tavi Murray, Tim James and Nick Barrand
176
Long-term high arctic mass balance: comparison of specific balances and volume changes.
15:41
Pu Jianchen, Yao Tandong, Yang Meixue, Tian Lide, Wang Ninglian, Yutaka AGETA and Koji FUJITA
177
Mass balance and Its change of the Xiao Dongkemadi Glacier in the central part of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
15:42
Shavawn Donoghue, Ian Allison and Mark Curran
140
Improving the mass balance estimates of Brown Glacier, Heard Island
15:43
Marco Möller, Christoph Schneider and Rolf Kilian
010
Glacier change and climate forcing in recent decades at Gran Campo Nevado, southernmost Patagonia
15:44
Shiyin Liu, Yongjian Ding, Yong Zhang, Changwei Xie, Jian Wang and Anxin Lu
016
An assessment of the impact of climate change on the Yellow River source region
15:45
Andreas Bauder, Martin Funk and Matthias Huss
159
Ice volume changes of selected glaciers in the Swiss Alps since the end of the 19th century
15:46
Seymour Laxon, Katharine Giles, Andy Ridout and Duncan Wingham
293
Satellite altimeter estimates of sea ice thickness for climate change
15:47
Liu Shiyin, Shangguan Donghui, Ding Yongjian, Zhang Yong, Li Jing, Zhang Yingsong, Ding Liangfu and Li Gang
015
Reassessment of changes of the Xinqingfeng and Malan ice caps in the Northern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China
15:48
Ian Willis, Ian Owens, Wendy Lawson and Penny Clendon
291
Mass balance of Brewster Glacier, New Zealand revealed by geodetic methods
15:49
Addy Pope, Tavi Murray and Adrian Luckman
156
DEM quality assessment for quantification of glacier surface change
15:50
Edward G. Josberger, William R. Bidlake, Rod S. March and Ben W. Kennedy
261
Glacier mass-balance fluctuations in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, USA
15:51
Douglas W.F. Mair, David O. Burgess, Martin J. Sharp, Shawn J. Marshall and Fiona G.L. Cawkwell
280
Surface mass balance and area change of the northern glacial catchments of Prince of Wales Ice-field, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada
15:52
Keith A. Brugger
254
The non-sunchronous response of Rabots Glaciär and Storglaciären to recent climate change: a comparative study
15:53
KADOTA Tsutomu and Davaa Gombo
148
Recent glacier variations in Mongolia
15:54
Carlo D'Agata, Guglielmina Diolaiuti, Teresa Carnielli, Antonio Zanutta, Yuri Pusceddu and Claudio Smiraglia
017
Recent changes of glaciers in the Italian Alps: differences between debris-coverered and debris-free glaciers
15:55
J. Paul Winberry, Sridhar Anandakrishnan and Andy M. Smith
269
Changes in velocity near the onset of Bindschadler ice stream
15:56
Martin Jeffries, David Carlson, Lars Kullerud and Mark McCaffrey
265
The Cryosphere Research Community Has A Role To Play In Education And Outreach For The International Polar Year
15:57
Christopher A. Shuman, Dorothy K. Hall and Richard S. Williams, Jr.
127
Detection of surface-elevation change on Drangajökull, Iceland
15:58
Yao Tandong, Duand Kequin, L.G. Thompson, Wang Ninglian, Tian Lide, Xu Baiqing, Wang Youqing and Yu Wusheng
023
Temperature reconstruction over past millennium on the Tibetan Plateau using four ice cores
15:59
Xiaohua Gou, Fahu Chen and Meixue Yang
004
The response of the forest on the global warming in the northeastern Tibetan Plateau
16:00
Cecilie Rolstad and Johannes Oerlemans
083
Updating North Atlantic glaciers length records from optical satellite images
16:01
Diolaiuti G., Smiraglia C., Mihalcea C., D'Agata C. and Zanutta A.
114
Surface and volume changes of Lys Glacier (Monte Rosa, Italian Alps) during the last thirty years (1975-2005) byindirect analysis and ablation measurements
16:02
Paulina Lopez, Yves Arnaud, Pierre Chevallier, Bernard Pouyaud and Johannes Oerlemans
068
An update of glacier length changes in Patagonia and Darwin Cordillera
16:03
Rafael R. Ribeiro, Jorge Arigony-Neto, Jefferson Cardia Simões and Edson Ramirez
216
Evaluation and use of CBERS-2 digital data for glacier inventories
16:04
Nicholas E. Barrand, Tavi Murray, Timothy D. James, Stuart L. Barr and Jack Kohler
184
A comparison of remotely-sensed volume change and specific balances at Austre Brøggerbreen, Svalbard, 1966 - 2005
16:05
Evans, Ian S.
074
Glacier change in the southern coast mountains of British Columbia: the role of size, gradient and aspect.
16:06
Tatiana Khromova, Gennady Nosenko, Richard Armstrong, Roger Barry, Bruce Raup and Siri Jodha Singh Khalsa
110
Results of GLIMS database population for glacier regions of the former Soviet Union
16:07
Astrid Lambrecht and Michael Kuhn
115
Glacier changes in the Austrian Alps during the last three decades, derived from the new Austrian glacier inventory
16:08
Andreas Bauder, Giovanni Kappenberger, Hans Müller-Lemans, Matthias Huss and Atsumu Ohmura
164
90 years of seasonal mass balance observations on Claridenfirn,
Switzerland
16:09
Gennady Nosenko, Andrey Glazovsky, Dmitry Tzhvetkov and Galina Osipova
112
Glacier changes in the Polar Urals during XX century - causes, contemporary tendencies and perspectives
16:10
Carmen Molina, Francisco Navarro, Jaume Calvet, David García-Sellés and Javier Lapazaran
107
Hurd Peninsula glaciers, Livingston Island, Antarctica, as indicators of regional warming: ice volume changes during the period 1956-2000
16:11
Zhongqin Li, Ross Edwards, Bo Sun, Feiteng Wang and Huilin Li
086
Change in centerline ice thickness longitudinal profile on Glacier No.1 at headwaters of Urumqi River in eastern Tianshan, China
16:12
Andreas P. Ahlstrøm, Niels Reeh, Lars Stenseng, Rene Forsberg, Robert S. Fausto and Regine Hock
199
Elevation change of a 50 km wide sector of the Greenland ice-sheet margin 2000-2003
16:13
Luke Copland, Wendy Lawson and Becky Goodsell
202
A century of change at the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica
16:14
Jorge Arigony-Neto, Frank Rau, Helmut Saurer, Ricardo Jaña, Jefferson Cardia Simões and Steffen Vogt
211
A time series of SAR data for monitoring changes in boundaries of glacier zones on the Antarctic Peninsula
16:15
Junxia Wang, Tandong Yao, Lide Tian, Baiqing Xu and Guangjian Wu
093
Formate and acetate investigation of a shallow ice core from Muztag Ata Glacier, Northwest Tibetan Plateau
16:16
Matthew Beedle, Mark Dyurgerov, Siri Jodha Singh Khalsa, Bruce Raup, Christopher Helm, Richard Armstrong and Roger G. Barry
208
Bering Glacier, Alaska: Uncertainty in estimation of mass turnover in response to climate
16:17
Kunio Rikiishi, Risa Obama and Daisuke Hatsuzuka
147
The trend of earlier melting of seasonal snow in the Northern Hemisphere
16:18
Bruce H. Raup, Siri Jodha Singh Khalsa, Matthew Beedle, Christopher Helm, Richard Armstrong and Roger G. Barry
218
Change detection of the Klinaklini Glacier, British Columbia, in the context of the GLIMS GLACE 2 experiment
16:19
Robert S. Fausto, Christoph Mayer and Andreas P. Ahlstrøm
219
Surface type and melt area study of the Greenland Ice Sheet using MODIS data from 2000-2005
16:20
Massimo Pecci and Claudio Smiraglia
111
Ten years of mass balance of the ghiacciaio del Calderone (Gran Sasso d'Italia, central Apennines) and related issues of a reducing glacier in a changing central-Mediterranean cryosphere
16:21
Jane G. Ferrigno, Alison J. Cook, Richard S. Williams, Jr., Charles Swithinbank, Adrian J. Fox and Janet W. Thomson
062
Analysis of coastal changes mapped in the Larsen ice shelf area, Antarctica: 1940-2005
16:22
Masahiro Hori, Teruo Aok, Knut Stamnes and Wei Li
057
Spatial and temporal variations of satellite-derived snow physical parameters in the Arctic regions during the spring-fall seasons in 2003
16:23
C. Nuth, J. Kohler, H.F. Aas, O. Brandt and J.O. Hagen
186
Glacier geometry and elevation changes on Svalbard: a baseline dataset
16:24
Timothy D. James, Tavi Murray, Adrian J. Luckman, Nicholas E. Barrand and Trine Abrahamsen
121
Change in the geometry and extent of Slakbreen, Svalbard since 1961 using lidar-controlled aerial photography and photogrammetry
16:25
Leo E Peters, Sridhar Anandakrishnan and Donald E Voigt
226
Temporal variations in the subglacial regime of Bindschadler ice stream, West Antarctica
16:26
Shiqiao Zhou, Masayoshi Nakawo, Shigemasa Hashimoto and Akiko Sakai
081
Preferential exchange rate effect of isotopic fractionation in melting snowpack
16:27
Matthew J. Hoffman, Andrew G. Fountain and Jonathan M. Achuff
282
Twentieth-century variations in area of small glaciers and icefields, Rocky Mountain National Park, Rocky Mountains, Colorado, USA
16:28
Samyn Denis
225
On the basal thermal regime of lower Taylor Glacier, Antarctica
16:29
Keith M. Jackson and Andrew G. Fountain
283
Spatial and morphological change on Eliot Glacier, Mount Hood, Oregon, USA
16:30
Tazio Strozzi, Miriam Jackson and Andrew Shepherd
287
A comparison of seasonal velocity variations on Unteraagletscher and Svartisen
16:31
David M. Rippin, Jared West, Tavi Murray and Anthony L. Endres
099
Implications of time domain reflectometry (TDR) studies of dielectric permittivity for interpretation of water content from radio echo sounding (RES) experiments
16:32
Robert G. Bingham, Martin J. Siegert and Bryn P. Hubbard
179
Radio-echo sounding determination of ice stream stability: Institute ice stream, West Antarctica
16:33
Ketil Isaksen, Rune Strand Ødegård, Trond Eiken and Johan Ludvig Sollid
233
Calculation of mean annual ground surface temperature (MAGST) in mountain permafrost
16:34
Mavlyudov and Solovyanova I.Yu.
161
Glaciers drainage systems as a climate change indicator
16:35
Helen Freeman, Bernd Kulessa and Bryn Hubbard
205
Application of ultrasonic velocity anisotropy to the characterisation of
16:36
Jefferson C. Simões, Jorge Arigony-Neto, Siclério Ahlert, Rafael Ribeiro, Helmut Saurer, Cláudia D. Beck and Norberto Dani
209
Criospheric changes in islands off the northern most part of the Antarctic Peninsula
16:37
Huilin Li, Zhongqin Li and Feiteng Wang
089
Spatial variation of precipitation chemistry at the headwaters of Urumqi River, east Tianshan: source determination of deposits in snow-ice
16:38
William A. Sneed and Gordon Hamilton
108
Determining surface meltwater pond volume using satellite imagery
16:39
Audrey D. Huerta
217
Coupled evolution of mountains and ice sheets; faults, fjords, and fluvial systems
16:40
Teruo Aoki, Hiroki Motoyoshi, Yuji Kodama, Teppei J. Yasunari and Konosuke Sugiura
138
Variations of snow physical parameters and their effects on albedo in Sapporo
16:41
Gernot Koboltschnig, Hubert Holzmann, Wolfgang Schoener and Massimiliano Zappa
196
Contribution of glacier melt to stream runoff: if the climatically extreme summer of 2003 had happened in 1979…
16:42
Linke Wen, Yong He, Tandong Yao, Donghui Shangguan and Weiqiang Ma
139
An Indian Monsoon index representing the precipitation over the Eastern Tibetan Plateau
16:43
Robert G. Bingham, Peter W. Nienow, Alun L. Hubbard, David M. Chandler and Martin J. Sharp
194
Influence of meltwater on the dynamic response of Arctic glaciers to climate change: field evidence and modelling simulations
16:44
Evgeniy Ermolin, Adrián Silva Busso and Pedro Skvarca
071
Surface water and groundwater in permafrost zone of Marambio (Seymour) Island,
16:45
Victoria Parry, Peter Nienow, Douglas Mair, Julian Scott, Bryn Hubbard and Elizabeth Morris
252
Investigations of meltwater refreezing and density variations in the snowpack and firn within the percolation zone of the Greenland ice sheet
16:46
Bernd Kulessa and Gerald Müller
174
Numerical modelling of the propagation of pressure pulses as modified acoustic waves through glacial melt water systems
16:47
Suzanne Bevan, Adrian Luckman, Tavi Murray, Helena Sykes and Jack Kohler
153
Positive mass balance during the late 20th century on Austfonna, Svalbard revealed using satellite radar interferometry
16:48
POSTERS
19:00
Second meeting of IGS Council -The Maitland Room, Downing College

FRIDAY, 25 AUGUST 2006
Session 13:
CliC project area 4: Links between the cryosphere and global climate
Chair: John Turner
08:30
Nicolas J. Cullen, Thomas Mölg, Georg Kaser, Douglas R. Hardy, Konrad Steffen and Georg Kaser
154
Energy balance model validation on the top of Kilimanjaro using eddy correlation data
08:45
Caixin Wang and Aike Beckmann
094
Investigation of the impact of Antarctic ice shelf melting in a global ice-ocean model (ORCA2-LIM)
09:00
Kai Rasmus and Aike Beckmann
167
The impact of global change on low-altitude blue ice areas in Antarctica; a thermodynamic-hydrodynamic modelling study
09:15
Takao Kameda, Vladimir Ya. Lipenkov and Takeo Hondoh
128
Total air content of Dome Fuji ice core during the last 30,000 years, and a new interpretation of total air content from the Last Glacial Maximum to present in Antarctic ice cores.
09:30
Andrew Mackintosh and Brian Anderson
134
The response of New Zealand glaciers to climatic change
09:45
Regine Hock, Valentina Radic and Mattias de Woul
064
Climate sensitivity of Storglaciären - an intercomparison of mass balance models using ERA-40 reanalysis and regional climate model data
10:00
Refreshments
Session 14:
CliC project area 4: Links between the cryosphere and global climate
Chair: John Turner
10:30
C.I. van Tuyll, R.S.W. van de Wal and J. Oerlemans
166
The response of a simple Antarctic ice flow model to temperature and sea level fluctuations over the Cenozoic era
10:45
Willem Jan van de Berg, Michiel van den Broeke and Erik van Meijgaard
019
The modelled Antarctic atmospheric energy and moisture budget
11:00
Jeff Ridley, Alison McLaren, Ann Keen, Chris Durman and Doug Smith
197
Changes in contemporary polar climate in the Hadley Centre climate model, HadGEM1
11:15
Ed Bueler, Craig Lingle and Jed Kallen-Brown
130
Fast computation of a viscoelastic deformable earth model for ice sheet simulations
11:30
Jennifer Griggs and Jonathan Bamber
207
Uncertainty in observed and modelled cloud fraction over Greenland and its impact on the ice sheet energy balance
11:45
Discussion
12:15
Lunch
Session 15:
CliC project area 3: The marine cryosphere and its interactions with high latitude oceans and atmosphere
Chair: Tony Worby
13:30
Neal W. Young and John A.E. Gibson
136
A century of change in the Shackleton and West ice shelves, East Antarctica
13:45
Mark Drinkwater, Carolin Schmitt and Christoph Kottmeier
187
Relationships between Southern Annular Mode and Antarctic Sea Ice Drift
14:00
Peter Wadhams and Nicholas Hughes
103
Recent sea ice thickness data from submarines and their implications
14:15
Nerilie Abram, Robert Mulvaney and Eric Wolff
228
Methane sulphonic acid in near-coastal ice cores as a proxy for Antarctic sea ice variations
14:30
Julienne C Stroeve, Thorsten Markus, Walt Meier and MaryJo Brodzik
122
Arctic climate connections between sea ice, the Greenland ice sheet, and the adjacent land
14:45
Ted Maksym and Thorsten Markus
236
Snowfall and snow depth over Antarctic sea ice
15:00
Discussion
15:30
Refreshments
Session 16:
CliC project area 2: Glaciers, ice caps and ice sheets, and their relation to sea level
Chair: Konrad Steffen
16:00
Libo Wang and Martin Sharp
259
Melt season duration over ice caps in the eastern high Arctic, 2000-2004
16:15
Xin Li, Lizong Wu, Rui Jin, Tao Che, Pradeep Mool and Samjwal Bajracharya
142
Glacier change in the Himalayas: an overview
16:30
G. Picard, M. Fily and H. Gallee
002
Surface melting derived from microwave radiometers as a climatic indicator in Antarctica
16:45
Beata Csatho, Anton (Toni) Schenk, Cornelis van der Veen and Robert Thomas
268
Intermittent thinning of Jakobshavn and Kangerlussuaq glaciers since the Little Ice Age, reconstructed from photogrammetry, remote sensing and glacial geologic evidence
17:00
Wilfried Haeberli, Martin Hoelzle, Frank Paul and Michael Zemp
119
Integrated monitoring of mountain glaciers as key indicators of global climate change: the example of the European Alps
17:15
Discussion
17:45
CLOSING