Several members of the Disko Bay team presented preliminary findings yesterday at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in San Francisco. According to their website, “With nearly 24,000 attendees, the AGU Fall Meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world.” The poster, Using Coastal Ice Cap Records to Investigate Maritime Climate and Ice Sheet Processes in West Greenland, was on display in the Moscone West Poster Hall from 1:40-6:00 PM non Monday.
Other team members will also be presenting on related work at AGU:
Laura Stevens et al (including Sarah Das): Hydrologically Induced Basal Slip Triggers Greenland Supraglacial Lake Drainages
Ashley Stevens, et al (including Karen Frey, Sarah Das, Matt Evans, Ben Smith, and Luke Trusel): Assessing the influence of sea ice conditions on outlet glacier retreat in Disko and Uummannaq Bays, West Greenland
Kenneth Mankoff, et al ( including Sarah Das): In-Situ Observations of a Subglacial Outflow Plume in a Greenland Fjord
Luke Trusel, et al (including Karen Frey and Sarah Das): Divergent trajectories of Antarctic ice shelf surface melt under 21st century climate scenarios
Other work being presented by each of the PIs or their students can be found here: