It's time for AGU 2016.
Our new paper is published in GJI.
It's time for AGU.
We start tomorrow and travel to the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.
My page is online. Enjoy browsing!
Time for AGU!
Like always Christmas time means AGU time for us. I'll be travelling to AGU end of the week to present our newest work from the FIRNATEK project. We analyzed radar data from the Recovery region, to derive a new bed topography map of the region. Want to know how deep the Recovery trough really is or what controls the boundary between fast flow of Slessor glacier and the Bailey catchment area? Stop by my poster on Wednesday at Moscone South.
Or are you more interested what the influence of a tsunami is on the Ross Ice Shelf? Then come and listen to the talk of Peter Bromirskis talk on Friday.
C33A-0755: A pole of ignorance is filled: bed topography of the Recovery Region, East Antarctica.
S52A-01: Chilean Tsunami Rocks the Ross Ice Shelf.