[CRYOLIST] EGU 2018 - Polar continental margins and fjords
Hogan, Kelly A.
kelgan at bas.ac.uk
Tue Nov 28 08:38:17 PST 2017
We warmly invite you to submit an abstract to our session at EGU 2018 (8-13 April, Vienna, Austria):
Polar continental margins and fjords - climate, oceanography, tectonics and geohazards (CL1.33)
We are a multi-disciplinary session aiming to bring together researchers working on both northern and southern high-latitude continental margins and fjords. We invite contributions that include, but are not limited to, reconstructions of high-latitude climatic or oceanographic change (over various timescales), tectonic evolution, past ice-sheet dynamics, and marine geohazards. Datasets may range from conventional to high-resolution 2D and 3D seismics, short sediment cores to longer drill cores (e.g. IODP, MeBo).
We have two excellent keynote speakers already confirmed, one from each hemisphere:
- Monica Winsborrow, UiT, Tromso: "Ice sheet-gas hydrate interactions: examples from the Barents Sea"
- Laura de Santis, OGS, Trieste: "Late Cenozoic ocean-ice sheet interactions and West Antarctic Ice Sheet vulnerability: Initial results from International Ocean Discovery Program Expedition 374 in the Ross Sea continental margin"
Full details of the session and invited talks here: http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2018/session/26414
The submission deadlines are 01 December 2017 (to qualify for EGU Travel Support) or 10 January 2018, 13:00 CET.
Kelly Hogan, Matthias Forwick, Jan Sverre Laberg, Berit Oline Hjelstuen, Michele Rebesco, Christian Hass, Gerhard Kuhn
Dr. Kelly Hogan
British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1223 221617 | Email: kelgan at bas.ac.uk
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