[CRYOLIST] EGU 2019 session on ice shelves and tidewater glaciers ... abstract deadline approaching
ajen at bas.ac.uk
Mon Jan 7 01:50:05 PST 2019
There is an important deadline approaching this week. On Thursday 10th January at 13:00 CET abstract submissions close for the 2019 European Geosciences Union General Assembly, to be held in Vienna, Austria, during the week of 7-12 April 2019.
You will have seen many emails already, highlighting aspects of the diverse scientific programme, but we would like to draw your attention to a session co-organised by the Cryospheric Sciences and Ocean Sciences:
Ice shelves and tidewater glaciers - dynamics, interactions, observations, modelling (co-organized)
For further details and a link to online abstract submission, please visit https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/egu2019/sessionprogramme
For a flavour of what to expect, take a look at last year's oral (https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2018/orals/26466) and poster (https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2018/posters/26466) programmes.
We hope to have an equally exciting programme this year and look forward to receiving contributions.
We hope to see you in Vienna.
Kind regards from the CR5.4/OS1.16 convenors,
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