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Poster snapshots - The Antarctic ice sheet

On display Tuesday and Wednesday

Poster #8 - Stefan W Vogel
A year in the melt zone: Preliminary results from a year-long temperature record from the Amery Ice Shelf using fibre optic-based distributed temperature sensing
Poster #9 - Roland Warner
Distributed temperature logging on the Amery Ice Shelf; Challenges and scientific opportunities
Poster #10 - Stefan W Vogel
Surface melting and melt features on the Amery Ice Shelf - implications for ice shelf, ice sheet stability
Poster #12 - Stefan W Vogel
Ice dolines in East Antarctica; ice-ocean interactions from surface melt water drainage events
Poster #13 - Roland Warner
Impact of external factors on changing dynamics of Mertz Glacier Tongue prior to 2010 calving
Poster #14 - Roland Warner
Platelet ice attachment to instrument strings beneath the Amery Ice Shelf
Poster #15 - Roland Warner
Inferring ice-flow directions from single ice-sheet surface images using the Radon transform
Poster #16 - Roland Warner
Pine Island Glacier velocities from Landsat7 images: FFT-based image correlation for images with data gaps
Poster #18 - Jacob Anderson
East Antarctic ice sheet thinning and retreat of the Ross Sea ice sheet
Poster #19 - Christopher Plummer
The Holocene sea-salt trace ion chemistry record from Law Dome, East Antarctica
Poster #20 - Holly Winton
Seasonality of soluble iron and black carbon in the Ross Sea and Southern Ocean
Poster #21 - David Gwyther
Oceanic heat flux, on-shelf flow and basal melting of the Totten Glacier, East Antarctica
Poster #22 - Richard Selwyn Jones
Glacial history of Mackay Glacier, Transantarctic Mountains - Chronology of thinning to the present day
Poster #23 - Mark Pittard
The velocity of the primary tributary glaciers of the Amery Ice Shelf, 2004-2012
Poster #24 - Aja Ellis
Characterisation of insoluble nanoparticles in ice cores from Law Dome, East Antarctica

Latest news

  • Conference prize winners
    27 Jun 2013

    The Strategic Science in Antarctica conference concluded yesterday and two days of workshops have commenced. Congratulations to those who were awarded prizes for their contributions to the conference.

  • Watch the welcome message from Australia's Environment Minister
    24 Jun 2013

    In a welcome message via video from Canberra, Australia’s Environment Minister, Tony Burke, reflected on the foresight of earlier decision-makers who agreed to set aside an entire continent for scientific research.

  • Last minute information for attendees
    20 Jun 2013

    There's not too long to wait until the start of the Strategic Science in Antarctica conference, and we hope you’re as excited as we are! Read on for more information about the final program, registration, Twitter, presenters, posters and social functions.

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Key dates

  • 11th June 2013
    Registrations close
  • 21st June 2013
    Registrations at the AAD open for staff
  • 24th June 2013
    Registrations at the venue open
  • 24th June 2013
    Conference commences
  • 26th June 2013
    Conference concludes

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