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 […]
The paper “Effects of local advection on the spatial sensible heat flux variation on a mountain glacier ” is available online (http://www.the-cryosphere.net/10/2887/2016/).
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
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
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
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.
The paper “Assessing the uncertainty of glacier mass-balance simulations in the European Arctic based on variance decomposition” is now available online (http://www.geosci-model-dev.net/8/3911/2015/gmd-8-3911-2015.html).
After some minimal changes of the web design I believe the content is more accessible now.