Conference ‘Climate Impacts on Glaciers and Biosphere in Fuego-Patagonia”

Conference ‘Climate Impacts on Glaciers and Biosphere in Fuego-Patagonia”

 Conference ‘Climate Impacts on Glaciers and Biosphere in Fuego-Patagonia‘ from July the 17th to July 18th at the Humboldt Unversity Berlin. The regional focus will be Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and adjacent islands, the sub-Antarctic islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. There will be ample possibilities to discuss contributions and to elaborate on open scientific issues […]

EGU 2016

EGU 2016

Poster X3.216: “Re-analysing eleven years of mass balance observations at Langenferner, Ortler-Cevedale Group, Italy” by Stephan Galos, Christoph Klug, Lorenzo Rieg, Tobias Sauter, Wolfgang Gurgiser, and Georg Kaser. Attendance Thu, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall X3

EGU 2016

EGU 2016

Poster X4.119: “Integrated firn elevation change model for glaciers and ice caps” by Björn Saß, Tobias Sauter, and Matthias Braun. Attendance Mon, 18 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall X4

EGU 2016

EGU 2016

Talk: “Effects of local microclimates on the surface sensible heat flux on a mid-latitude alpine valley glacier using Large-Eddy Simulations” on Monday 18th, 16:15-16:30, Room L2

New weather station installed on the Patagonian Ice Cap

New weather station installed on the Patagonian Ice Cap

We have installed a new weather station on the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. The station is located at 50°57’54.5″ S / 073°18’54” W at an altitude of 1300 m. It measures air temperature, humidity, irradiation, wind and precipitation. According to our information its currently the highest station on the Patagonian Ice Field.