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Posters CR2.3

CR2.3

Glacier Monitoring from In-situ and Remotely Sensed Observations
Convener: Michael Zemp  | Co-Conveners: Adina Racoviteanu , Richard Armstrong , Lindsey Nicholson 
Orals
 / Thu, 12 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 12 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Thursday, 12 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X5
Chairperson: Richard Armstrong (NSIDC) & Michael Zemp (WGMS)
X5.440
EGU2018-11461
Optimization of the geodetic mass balance by a geostatistical analisys of the surface elevation change
Rubén Basantes, Antoine Rabatel, Christian Vincent, Pascal Sirguey, Bernard Francou, and Andrés Rivera

Hall X5
X5.441 EGU2018-19172
Global glacier mass balances for the years 2002-2017 recovered with GRACE (withdrawn) Highlight
Ingo Sasgen, Jonathan Simon, and Hannes Konrad

Hall X5
X5.442
EGU2018-14530
Is the positive mass balance of north-eastern Antarctic Peninsula glaciers persistent after 2015?
Kamil Láska, Zbyněk Engel, Daniel Nývlt, Zdeněk Stachoň, Jan Kavan, Jana Smolíková, Radim Stuchlík, Stefan Lippl, and Matthias Braun

Hall X5
X5.443
EGU2018-5166
Towards a remote monitoring of near real-time glacier mass balances
Bernhard Hynek, Gernot Weyss, Anton Neureiter, Daniel Binder, Marc Olefs, and Wolfgang Schöner

Hall X5
X5.444
EGU2018-17315
A glacier inventory covering the entire Karakoram and Pamir mountain ranges with separately mapped debris cover to facilitate large-scale glacier modelling
Nico Mölg, Frank Paul, Philipp Rastner, Tazio Strozzi, James Ferguson, and Tobias Bolch

Hall X5
X5.445
EGU2018-11214
New Ecuadorian National Glacier Inventory
Bolívar Ernesto Cáceres Correa

Hall X5
X5.446
EGU2018-19280
Spatio-temporal glacier area change analysis in the Himalayan: A comparison between northerly and southerly flowing glaciers
Litan Mohanty

Hall X5
X5.447
EGU2018-6611
Ice cliff contribution to the ablation of the debris-covered Changri Nup glacier tongue, Nepal
Fanny Brun, Patrick Wagnon, Etienne Berthier, Joseph Shea, Walter Immerzeel, Philip Kraaijenbrink, Christian Vincent, Camille Reverchon, and Dibas Shresta

Hall X5
X5.448
EGU2018-9622
The spatial variation of supraglacial debris characteristics and their influence on glacier melt on Annapurna South Glacier, Nepal.
Arminel Lovell, Rachel Carr, Ann Rowan, and Chris Stokes

Hall X5
X5.449
EGU2018-12956
Patterns and origin of debris cover of the Oedenwinkelkees glacier, Hohe Tauern, Austria
Jan-Christoph Otto, Markus Dörfler, and Markus Keuschnig

Hall X5
X5.450
EGU2018-9125
A new type of Østrem curve: insights from distributed ablation over the dirty ice areas of debris-covered glaciers
Catriona Fyffe, Amy Woodget, Martin Kirkbride, Philip Deline, Matt Westoby, and Ben Brock

Hall X5
X5.451
EGU2018-13423
Modelling the effect of debris cover on glacier response time
James Ferguson, Tobias Bolch, Nico Mölg, and Andreas Vieli

Hall X5
X5.452
EGU2018-17352
Evolution of surface topography, debris cover, ice flow, and downwasting features: a holistic reconstruction of a heavily debris-covered Alpine glacier from 1860-2017
Nico Mölg, Andreas Vieli, James Ferguson, Christoph Rohner, and Tobias Bolch

Hall X5
X5.453
EGU2018-7484
Estimate of the 3D kinematics of an Alpine glacier by merging terrestrial radar interferometry and image cross-correlation
Niccolò Dematteis, Daniele Giordan, Paolo Allasia, Guido Luzi, and Francesco Zucca

Hall X5
X5.454
EGU2018-14096
Sentinel-1 based near real-time ice velocity mapping system
Andreas Wiesmann, Tazio Strozzi, and Frank Paul

Hall X5
X5.455
EGU2018-14244
Parsimonious hydroglaciological modeling for understanding the hydrological role of rock glaciers in the Andes of Central Chile
Luis Javier Marcoleta Romero and James Peter McPhee Torres

Hall X5
X5.456
EGU2018-16123
The evolution of ice cauldrons within the ice-covered Katla caldera, Iceland, since 2010, deduced from multi-temporal DEMs, elevation profiles and continuous GNSS stations
Eyjólfur Magnússon, Finnur Pálsson, Joaquín M.C. Belart, Alexander H. Jarosch, Magnús T. Gudmundsson, Thórdís Högnadóttir, Etienne Berthier, and Tómas Jóhannesson