This coming week I’ll be attend the European Geosciences Union Annual General Meeting. Its the biggest geosciences meeting in Europe. Luckily I can go there easily by train.
This year I’ve contributed to a bunch of presentations and posters through collaborative work on research projects and with my students:
How does the presence of debris-cover on a glacier influence hydro-sedimentary dynamics? A comparison study from two proglacial streams in the Sulden catchment (Eastern Italian Alps)
Tue, 09 Apr, 14:30–14:45 Room G2 – EGU2019-13295 | Orals | GM8.2/HS9.2.3
Glacier meltwater drainage patterns, discharge and sediment load at the debris covered Suldenferner, Ortler massif, Italy.
Tue, 09 Apr, 14:00–15:45 Hall A – EGU2019-12903 | Posters | HS2.1.2/CR3.11
Variational Inequality Free Surface Motion of a Glacier Surface with Mass Balance
Tue, 09 Apr, 16:15–18:00 Hall X4 – EGU2019-13047 | Posters | CR5.1
Mapping the loss of Mt. Kenya’s glaciers: an example of the challenges of satellite monitoring of very small glaciers
Thu, 11 Apr, 14:00–15:45 Hall X4 – EGU2019-7273 | Posters | CR2.4/CL2.11
Turbulent structures and heat fluxes over glacier ice and supraglacial debris
Thu, 11 Apr, 16:15–18:00 Hall X4 – EGU2019-12741 | Posters | CR5.2/CL2.12
Atmospheric boundary layer dynamics on an alpine glacier: Effect of katabatic flow variation and local heat advection on turbulent exchange processes
Fri, 12 Apr, 16:15–16:30 Room N2 – EGU2019-9228 | Orals | CR5.2/CL2.12
Hoping for some interesting discussions of our work and some inspiration from the other science we see at the meeting!