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).
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 - 15 April from 20:00-21:00 UTC
The third seminar involves:
Senior speaker: Christo Buizert (Oregon State University, USA)
"How cold was Antarctica during the Last Glacial Maximum? New estimates from borehole thermometry and firn processes"
ECR speaker: Sarah Shackleton (Princeton University, USA)
"Differing energy pathways of the last two interglaciations: a mean ocean temperature perspective"
How to join
To receive the Zoom link for the seminar, email: email@example.com, 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
The first seminar took place on 25 February: Watch the three presentations on the ICYS seminar page
The second seminar took place on 1 April: Watch the two presentations on the ICYS seminar page