EastGRIP International Spring Seminar Series (EISSS) 2022

EastGRIP International Spring Seminar Series (EISSS) 2022 will be taking place from May to July 2021. As the EastGRIP field season is postponed to 2022, will be taking place from March to April. We will have weekly talks about EastGRIP, NEGIS, and Greenland, during the spring.
The seminars are organized by Iben Koldtoft (NBI, DK).

Please subscribe to the eastgrip-members mailinglist and use following email address if you want to write out to the whole group: eastgrip-members@nbi.ku.dk.

Time: Every Tuesday 15:00 – 16:00 Copenhagen time

Link: https://ucph-ku.zoom.us/j/63612701580 (code: EGRIP)

Each talk will be a 15-20 min talk, leaving 10 min for questions. Everybody is welcome to join the seminars. The zoom room will be open 15 min before the seminars. Of course also afterwards for scientific and social gatherings.

Please note that the seminars on March 8th + 22nd will be at 16/17 CET, which is 8:00 in Reno and Oregon, US. For convenience of the speakers.

If you want to present your work to the community, please send Iben an email and we will find an open spot. The full program can be downloaded here as a pdf file.

The power point presentations will be available for EastGRIP members on the partner website (password protected) after the seminars.


Program

Date Speaker Topic
March 1st 15-16 CET Giulia Sinnl GICC21 time scale
Paul Bons Dating fold growth in ice sheets
March 8th 17-18 CET Joe McConnell Climate drivers and ancient history in Arctic ice
Feiyue Wang Mercury in ice cores
March 15th 15-16 CET Carlo Barbante BEOI field season 2021/2022
Pavel Talalay Alternative approaches of subglacial lake exploration with RECAS thermal sonde
March 22nd 16-17 CET Christo Buizert EGRIP d15N measurements + gas time scale
William Colgan Design and performance of the HotRod melt-tip ice-sheet drill
March 29th 15-16 CEST Fabien Gillet-Chaulet 3D Elmer inversion of NEGIS
Steven Franke NEGIS - A unique feature in Greenland?
April 5th 15-16 CEST Julien Westhoff Close-off depth method
Roiy Sayag Ice stream flow