International Antarctic Ice Rises Workshop 2013

To help bring this community of researchers together to expand our knowledge of ice rises, a 3.5-day workshop was held from August 26th Monday, 2013, at the Fram Centre, Tromsø, northern Norway. It provided the opportunity to connect ice-rise researchers from multiple disciplines, including glaciology, oceanography, geology, geophysics, (paleo)climatology, and atmospheric sciences. The goal of this workshop was to develop a summary of the current challenges of ice-rise research, share community-wide understandings of the current status of knowledge beyond each discipline, and identify and produce recommendations for future directions of collaborative interdisciplinary work on ice rises.

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G Moholdt: Altimetric analyses of ice-rises and ice-shelf basal melting
F Pattyn - Ice Rises ice sheet and shelf dynamics in a nutshell
D Goldberg - Ungrounding of an ice rise due to submarine ice shelf melting a coupled model study
G Durand - On the impact of ice rises onto grounding line dynamics – preliminary results on Pine Island Glacier
C Martin - Effects of ice-flow dynamics at domes and divides on the age-depth distribution
J Brown - Measuring the trees to see the forest bridging the gaps through synthesis of core and radar data
H Conway - Morphology and distribution of ice rises in the Ross Sea sector; evidence for past, present and future behaviors of t
K Nicholls - Controls on ice shelf basal mass balance and consequences for ice shelf properties
P Whitehouse - Ice Rises an untapped resource for studies of postglacial rebound
R Drews - Do pinning points matter? Observational data from ice rumples and ice-rises buttressing the Roi Baudoin Ice Shelf
R Mulvaney - Ice cores through ice rises what might they reveal about ice rise evolution
M Bentley - Geology and glacial geology of Antarctic Ice Rises
J Lenaerts - Accumulation around ice rises a study with a high-resolution regional atmospheric climate model
N Ross - Surface, structure and substrate of the Bungenstock Ice Rise and adjacent ice streams, West Antarctica implications for
P Whitehouse: Ice Rises: an untapped resource for studies of glacial isotatic adjustment?
T Scambos- Antarctic Ice Rises: a tour and overview of their significance
G Durand: On the impact of ice rises onto grounding line dynamics - preliminary results on Pine Island Glacier
M Bentley: Geology and glacial geology of Antarctic ice rises
F Pattyn: IceRises - Ice dynamics in a nutshell?
J Brown: Measuring the trees to see the forest: Bridging the gaps through synthesis of core and radar data
C Martin: Effects of ice-flow dynamics at domes and divides on the age-depth distribution
J Lenaerts: How do ice rises affect accumulation?
K Nicholls: Controls on ice shelf basal mass balance and consequences for ice shelf properties
T Hattermann: How geometry controls ice shelf basal melting in the Eastern Weddell Sea
Frostbyte R Drews: Ice-Rises and Ice Rumples
Frostbyte A Lemos: Comparative Analysis of Variations in Wet Snow Zone & the Main Break-up & Retreat Events in Wilkins Ice Shelf
Frostbyte T J Fudge: Dating an Antarctic Ice Core
Frostbyte S Adhikari: Future Evolution of Antarctic Bed Topography
Frostbyte J Brown: Ice rise mass balance from ground based measurements
Frostbyte A Muto: Gravity Measurements
Frostbyte O Marsh: Ice Thickness at ice rises around Antarctica derived from satellite interferometry
Frostbyte K Christianson: Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial Access Research Drilling: Surface Geophysics
Frostbyte M Philippe: Constraining ice mass changes in Antarctica
Frostbyte B Van Liefferinge: Are ice rises cold or warm based? Consequences for their flow regime
Frostbyte J Kingslake: Three-dimensional velocity structure of ice rises measured using phase-sensitive radar
Frostbyte C Borstad: Weakening contract between ice shelves and ice rises caused by fractures
Frostbyte K Riverman: Why is there fast ice flow on NE Greenland, and how will it impact sea level rise??