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Posters CR1.3/CL1.26/GM9.5

CR1.3/CL1.26/GM9.5

Reconstructing paleo ice dynamics: Comparing and combining field-based evidence and numerical modeling (co-organized)
Convener: Irina Rogozhina  | Co-Conveners: Arjen Stroeven , Lev Tarasov , John Jansen , Jorge Bernales , Julien Seguinot , Jesse Johnson 
Orals
 / Tue, 10 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 1.85
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 10 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X4

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 10 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X4
Chairperson: Julien Seguinot and John Jansen
X4.1
EGU2018-3482
Transient ice sheet-climate simulations over the Eocene-Oligocene transition: when did the Antarctic ice sheet appear?
Jonas Van Breedam, Philippe Huybrechts, and Michel Crucifix

X4.2
EGU2018-13157
Mio-Pleistocene ice sheet fluctuations from cosmogenic nuclide field constraints in western Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica
Arjen P. Stroeven, Ola Fredin, Derek Fabel, Nathaniel A. Lifton, Marc W. Caffee, Jonathan M. Harbor, Neil F. Glasser, Jennifer C. Newall, Jane L. Andersen, Jorge Bernales, Robin Blomdin, Olaf Eisen, Clas Hättestrand, Matthias Prange, Irina Rogozhina, Sarah E. Sams, and Elena Serra

X4.3
EGU2018-5753
Potential Antarctic Ice Sheet volume during the Last Glacial Maximum by sea-level fingerprinting using glacial isostatic adjustment modeling
Takeshige Ishiwa and Jun'ichi Okuno

X4.4
EGU2018-15126
Ensemble of simulations of the Antarctic Ice Sheet over the last glacial cycles with PISM
Torsten Albrecht, Ricarda Winkelmann, and Anders Levermann

X4.5 EGU2018-10959
Towards a Bayesian calibration of the Glacial Systems Model of the Antarctic Ice Sheet over the last glacial cycle (withdrawn)
Benoit Lecavalier and Lev Tarasov

X4.6
EGU2018-15361
Dynamic fluctuations of an East Antarctic outlet glacier since the Pliocene
Richard Selwyn Jones, Kevin Norton, Andrew Mackintosh, Jacob Anderson, Peter Kubik, Christof Vockenhuber, Hella Wittmann, David Fink, Gary Wilson, Nicholas Golledge, and Rob McKay

X4.7
EGU2018-14748
Rapid Holocene thinning of outlet glaciers followed by readvance in the western Ross Embayment, Antarctica
Richard Selwyn Jones, Ross Whitmore, Andrew Mackintosh, Kevin Norton, Shaun Eaves, and Jamey Stutz

X4.8
EGU2018-1227
Extensive ice advance during the Antarctic Cold Reversal in central Patagonia
Monika Mendelova, Andrew Hein, Ángel Rodes, Sheng Xu, and Dan Goldberg

X4.9
EGU2018-4605
The Patagonian Ice Sheet from the last glacial cycle to the Present Day
Bethan Davies, Christopher Darvill, Neil Glasser, Andy Hein, Julian Martin, Rachel Smedley, John Smellie, Varyl Thorndycraft, Alessa Geiger, Stephan Harrison, Harvold Lovell, Mauri Pelto, and Monika Mendelova

X4.10 EGU2018-19230
Eurasian Ice Sheet at the Last Glacial Maximum – combining evidence from geomorphology with high-resolution climate and ice sheet modelling (withdrawn)
Irina Rogozhina, Matthias Prange, Pepijn Bakker, Patrick Ludwig, Andre Paul, and Ute Merkel

X4.11
EGU2018-1263
Reconstruction of paleobasins of large lake systems of the southeastern periphery of the Scandinavian ice sheet in the late Pleistocene
Nikolai Anisimov and Mariia Minina

X4.12
EGU2018-5056
A synoptic palaeogeography of older Saalian ice-sheet extents and related proglacial lakes in northern central Europe: integrating ice-flow directions, till provenance and numerical ages
Jörg Lang, Tobias Lauer, and Jutta Winsemann

X4.13
EGU2018-16268
A database of Last Glacial Maximum transfluences and crosswise divides based on sub-kilometer Alpine ice flow modelling
Julien Seguinot, Susan Ivy-Ochs, and Michael Imhof

X4.14
EGU2018-18874
Timing and Rate Of Deglaciation of the MIS 2 Cordilleran Ice Sheet in Yukon Territory, Canada
Brent Ward, Jeff Bond, John Gosse, and Derek Turner

X4.15
EGU2018-15589
Spatial patterns of glacial erosion in Southwest Greenland
Jane Lund Andersen, Mads F. Knudsen, Jesper Olsen, and David L. Egholm

X4.16
EGU2018-4323
Fast retreat of a marine outlet glacier in western Norway at the last glacial termination
Henning Åkesson, Richard Gyllencreutz, Jan Mangerud, John Inge Svendsen, Faezeh M. Nick, and Kerim H. Nisancioglu