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2021 ICYS international ice-core seminar series

Date:
01.04.2021  
Venue:
Online
Contact person:
ICYS leaders, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website:
http://pastglobalchanges.org/sci...

Ice Core Young Scientists (ICYS) is pleased to announce a new international ice-core seminar series, with the support of the International Partnership in Ice Core Sciences (IPICS).

Description

ICYS will hold monthly seminars with two talks – one from a senior researcher, followed by an early-career researcher (ECR) in a similar research theme. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

Organizers hope that this will be a good way to bring together international ice-core-related research.

The series aims to provide much needed scientific interactions between researchers at all stages in their careers, especially given the cancellation of in-person conferences at this time.

Today's program - 1 April from 20:00-21:00 UTC

(This seminar was originally planned for 25 March)

The second seminar involves:

Senior researcher: Brad Markle (University of Colorado/INSTAAR, USA)
"Water isotopes, ice cores, and paleoclimate"

ECR: Romilly Harris-Stuart (University of Bergen, Norway)
"How does the isotopic composition of the surface snow change during snow metamorphism, and what are the processes driving this change?"

How to join

To receive the Zoom link for the seminar, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., with the subject line "Seminar".
The link will be emailed out to you ~24 hrs before the seminar.

Interested in presenting?

Anyone who is keen to give a presentation of their work should contact the organizers: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Past program

The first seminar took place on 25 February.

1. "Mass spectrometry under the ice", Carlo Barbante (Ca' Foscari University of Venice) (15 min) + Questions and discussion (8 min).
2. "High res = high gain? New frontiers in ice core trace element analysis with laser ablation ICP-MS", Pascal Bohleber (Ca' Foscari University of Venice) (10 min) + Questions and discussion (8 min).

The seminar also presented more details on the new DEEPICE training network:
3. "DEEPICE: A new research & training network on understanding proxies from Antarctic deep ice", Emilie Capron (10 min) + Questions and discussion (8 min).

> Watch the three presentations on the ICYS homepage