[CRYOLIST] AGU: C022 - Ice Core Records of Environmental Change

T.J. Fudge tjfudge at uw.edu
Tue Jul 10 15:56:34 PDT 2018


Dear colleagues,

Please consider submitting an abstract to: C022 Ice Core Records of
Environmental Change for the 2018 AGU Fall meeting. Ed Brook and Nancy
Bertler have kindly agreed to be the invited speakers at the session.

Session Title:
Ice Core Records of Environmental Change
Session Description:
Ice cores record environmental variability over seasonal to orbital
timescales often at a resolution unmatched by other archives. This session
seeks to integrate ice-core records from around the world with climate
models and other paleoclimate archives to gain insight into past and future
environmental change.

We invite contributions on, but not limited to: new results from ice core
campaigns, new analytical techniques, advances in proxy interpretations,
paleoclimate reconstructions that integrate ice cores with other natural
archives and/or climate model simulations, inferences of past ice dynamics
as well as glaciological studies that help to inform ice core
interpretation. We encourage contributions over a range of temporal scales
spanning the past decades to glacial-interglacial cycles.

Thank you

T.J. Fudge (U. Washington)
Murat Aydin (UC-Irvine)
Eric Osterberg (Dartmouth)
Yuzhen Yan (Princeton)
Vas Petrenko (U. Rochester)



Primary Section/Focus Group:
Cryosphere
SWIRL Theme:
Climate
Live Stream/On-Demand?:
Yes
Alternate Session Format:
No.

Index Terms:

0724 Ice cores [CRYOSPHERE]
1621 Cryospheric change [GLOBAL CHANGE]
3337 Global climate models [ATMOSPHERIC PROCESSES]
4901 Abrupt/rapid climate change [PALEOCEANOGRAPHY]

Cross-Listing(s):
Yes
A - Atmospheric Sciences
B - Biogeosciences
GC - Global Environmental Change

Co-Sponsor(s):
No

Co-Organized:
Yes
PP - Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology
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