Comparison of the (a) true and (b) reconstructed topography of the modern Greenland Ice Sheet, using ICESHEET This post refers to some hints and tricks to run my ice sheet sheet software, which I called ICESHEET. This was published a few weeks ago in Geoscience Model Development, but due to the chaos of moving and … Continue reading ICESHEET 1.0

INQUA conference in Nagoya

I currently have the pleasure to attend the 2015 INQUA Congress (International Quaternary Association). This is one of the largest gatherings of people who work on geology and climate change for the past 2.5 million years. Although I still question the wisdom of holding a conference in Nagoya in July (temperatures are currently in excess of … Continue reading INQUA conference in Nagoya