OGGM part of ArcTrain

Bremen, Germany

Posted by Beatriz Recinos on September 21, 2017

Two PhD students (Anouk and Beatriz) currently working with OGGM, joined the The In­ter­na­tio­nal Re­se­arch Trai­ning Group ArcTrain: “Processes and impacts of climate change in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Canadian Arctic”. The program aims to edu­ca­te PhD stu­dents in an in­ter­di­sci­pli­na­ry en­vi­ron­ment, combining the strength in ma­ri­ne geo­sci­en­ces and en­vi­ron­men­tal phy­sics in Bre­men with com­ple­men­ta­ry skills and ex­per­ti­se in sea-ice and ice-sheet/glacier mo­de­ling in a con­sor­ti­um of eight Ca­na­di­an part­ner uni­ver­si­ties.

The research conducted with the model was presented during Arc­Train An­nu­al Mee­ting (18th to 20th of Sep­tem­ber 2017) via talks and poster presentations from both students. See the Program for more information.

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Anouk Vlug presenting her project: "Im­pact of na­tu­ral cli­ma­te va­ria­bi­li­ty on Ca­na­di­an Arc­tic gla­ciers du­ring the Ho­lo­ce­ne".
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Upper right corner: Beatriz discussing her poster: "Ocean-glacier interactions on the regional and large scale".