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Posters CR5.1

CR5.1

Modelling ice sheets and glaciers
Convener: Gael Durand  | Co-Conveners: Frank Pattyn , Stephen Cornford 
Orals
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room G2
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X5

Attendance Time: Thursday, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X5
X5.425
EGU2017-3688
Simulating basal melting of ice shelves with a plume model
William Lipscomb and Xylar Asay-Davis

X5.426
EGU2017-2174
Impact of accounting for calving on glacier thickness estimations of lake- and marine-terminating glaciers.
Beatriz Recinos, Fabien Maussion, and Ben Marzeion

X5.427
EGU2017-4147
Exploring the data constrained phase space of the last Antarctic glacial cycle
Benoit Lecavalier and Lev Tarasov

X5.428
EGU2017-5845
Evolution of air content in Greenland firn using the UW Community Firn Model
C. Max Stevens, Brita I. Horlings, Annika N. Horlings, Emma Kahle, Knut Christianson, Eric Steig, and Edwin Waddington

X5.429
EGU2017-6092
Modeling Firn Compaction in Dynamic Regions
Annika N. Horlings, Knut Christianson, Edwin D. Waddington, C. Max Stevens, and Nicholas Holschuh

X5.430
EGU2017-6094
Identifying viscosities implicit in current firn-densification models: a step toward a physical-process-based constitutive relation for firn
Brita I. Horlings, Edwin D. Waddington, and C. Max Stevens

X5.431
EGU2017-9758
Basal shear stress and choice of sliding relation in Antarctic Ice Sheet simulations
Rupert M. Gladstone, Thomas Zwinger, and John C. Moore

X5.432
EGU2017-9949
Creating a new ice sheet geometry of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica, for use in high resolution ice flow modelling
Isabel Nias, Stephen Cornford, and Antony Payne

X5.433
EGU2017-11256 | presentation | presentation
Using palaeoclimate data to improve models of the Antarctic Ice Sheet
Steven Phipps, Matt King, Jason Roberts, and Duanne White

X5.434
EGU2017-12838
Model intercomparison of sea-level response to sudden Antarctic ice-shelf collapse
Frank Pattyn, Sainan Sun, and Nicholas Golledge

X5.435
EGU2017-14046
Bayesian inference of ice thickness from remote-sensing data
Mauro A. Werder and Matthias Huss

X5.436
EGU2017-14158
Ice stream dynamics with stochastic climate forcing
Elisa Mantelli, Matteo Bertagni, and Luca Ridolfi

X5.437
EGU2017-14897
Demystifying the end of the Little Ice Age: first tests simulating the Rhône Glacier with Úa
Simon Förster, Matthias Huss, and Hilmar Gudmundsson

X5.438
EGU2017-15789
Grounding line dynamics in the presence of lateral shear stress
Dan Goldberg and Christian Schoof

X5.439
EGU2017-15827
Modelling debris transport within glaciers by advection in a full-Stokes ice flow model
Anna Wirbel, Alexander H. Jarosch, and Lindsey Nicholson

X5.440 EGU2017-16936
Modelling subglacial and surface routing for glaciers in Kongsfjord area (withdrawn)
Ankit Pramanik, Ward Van Pelt, and Jack Kohler

X5.441
EGU2017-18258
Ice-tongue vibrations modelled by a full 3-D depth-integrated elastic model
Yuri Konovalov

X5.442
EGU2017-3391
initMIP-Antarctica: An ice sheet model initialization experiment of ISMIP6
Helene Seroussi and the ISMIP6

X5.443
EGU2017-15426
Preliminary Results from the third Marine Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Project (MISMIP+)
Stephen Cornford, Hélène Seroussi, Xylar Asay-Davis, and Hilmar Gudmundsson

X5.444
EGU2017-157
The effect of anisotropy on simulated ice dynamics: an idealised ice shelf example using the Ice Sheet System Model
Felicity Graham, Mathieu Morlighem, Roland Warner, and Adam Treverrow

X5.445
EGU2017-1023
A New Attempt of 2-D Numerical Ice Flow Model to Reconstruct Paleoclimate from Mountain Glaciers
Adem Candaş and Mehmet Akif Sarıkaya

X5.446
EGU2017-1551
Modelling the mechanical response of an idealized ice stream to variations in geothermal heat flux
Silje Smith-Johnsen, Basile de Fleurian, and Kerim Hestnes Nisancioglu

X5.447
EGU2017-1573
Coupled ice sheet-ocean modelling to investigate ocean driven melting of marine ice sheets in Antarctica
Lenneke Jong, Rupert Gladstone, and Ben Galton-Fenzi

X5.448
EGU2017-2048
Anisotropic mesh adaptation for marine ice-sheet modelling
Fabien Gillet-Chaulet, Laure Tavard, Nacho Merino, Vincent Peyaud, Julien Brondex, Gael Durand, and Olivier Gagliardini

X5.449
EGU2017-2241
How well do estimates of basal conditions from seismic surveys compare with those from inversions of surface data using ice-flow models?
Teresa Kyrke-Smith, G. Hilmar Gudmundsson, and Patrick Farrell

X5.450
EGU2017-4671
A mechanical diagnosis of the ice flow around Dome C: Elmer/Ice 3D simulations constrained by measured surface velocities and radar isochrones.
Olivier Passalacqua, Marie Cavitte, Massimo Frezzotti, Olivier Gagliardini, Fabien Gillet-Chaulet, Frédéric Parrenin, Catherine Ritz, Luca Vittuari, and Duncan Young

X5.451 EGU2017-7567
Importance of viscous deformational heating for estimating ice basal velocity – numerical study (withdrawn)
Aleksandar Licul, Frédéric Herman, Yuri Podladchikov, and Ludovic Räss

X5.452
EGU2017-9035
Ice sheet growth with laterally varying bedrock relaxation time
Wouter van der Wal, Pablo Vizcaino Rubio, Bas De Boer, and Roderik van de Wal

X5.453
EGU2017-9730
Numerical simulations of glacier evolution performed using flow-line models of varying complexity
Antonija Rimac, Sharon van Geffen, and Johannes Oerlemans

X5.454 EGU2017-11373
Theoretical results for assessing ice-shelf buttressing and its suppression of marine ice sheet instability (withdrawn)
Sam Pegler

X5.455
EGU2017-18394
From Heinrich Events to cyclic ice streaming: the grow-and-surge instability in the Parallel Ice Sheet Model
Johannes Feldmann and Anders Levermann

X5.456
EGU2017-18915
What is important to get right when modelling the Greenland ice sheet?
Ruth Mottram, Peter Langen, Fredrik Boberg, Robert Fausto, Baptiste Vandecrux, Jason Box, and Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen