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  1. Thermodynamics and dynamics patterns of extreme snow melting in Greenland

    08 May 2023 | Contributor(s):: Josep Bonsoms Garcia, Marc Oliva, Juan Ignacio López-Moreno

    Climate warming is altering the Greenland snow melting rates, duration, and spatial patterns. Here, we examine the summer (June, July and August) extreme (percentile 90th ) snow melting events for the 1959 to 2022 period. Spatial and temporal snow melting is linked with the...

  2. Holocene thinning in central Greenland controlled by the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream

    04 May 2023 | Contributor(s):: Ilaria Tabone, Alexander Robinson, Jorge Alvarez-Solas, Marisa Montoya

  3. US IDP Sub Glacial Rock Coring and Agile Ice Coring Drills

    03 May 2023 | Contributor(s):: Jay Johnson

    This presentation provides a brief overview and introduction to the sub glacial rock coring and agile ice coring drills that are part of the U.S. Ice Drilling Program's inventory. 

  4. Evaluating the Greenland Ice Sheet interior: Design and applicability of the layer age tracer ELSA

    24 Apr 2023 | Contributor(s):: Therese Rieckh

  5. (Poster) KANG-GLAC: A new UK project marrying observations and models for Kangerlussuaq Glacier, SE Greenland

    21 Apr 2023 | Contributor(s):: Kelly Hogan, Colm O Cofaigh, Povl Abrahamsen, John Howe, Mark Inall, Jerry Lloyd, Christian Marz, Clara Manno, Dave Roberts, Louise Sime, Geraint Tarling, Jochen Voss

    A PDF of our poster from the Greenland Ice Sheet Stability: Lessons from the Past workshop.Summary: Here we introduce a new 3.5 year project that combines observations and numerical modelling to study Greenland Ice Sheet (GrIS) dynamics. In a 50-day research cruise on the UK’s new...

  6. Modeling ice flow variability of the Kangerlussuaq Glacier, southeast Greenland, during 1900-2021

    21 Apr 2023 | Contributor(s):: Eigil Yuichi Hyldgaard Lippert, M. Morlighem (contributor), C. Gong (contributor), S. Khan (contributor)

    Observations show significant ice loss associated with the speed-up of the Kangerlussuaq Glacier (KG) in Greenland since the 2000s. Short-term perturbations significantly impact its mass balance on decadal scales. Utilising a long-term data record going back to 1900 together with the Ice-sheet...

  7. (Poster) Ghub: A new community-driven data-model resource for ice-sheet scientists

    19 Apr 2023 | Contributor(s):: Sophie Goliber, jason briner, sophie nowicki

    PDF of the poster for "Ghub: A new community-driven data-model resource for ice-sheet scientists".