European Geosciences Union 2019

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)
Michael Engel, Velio Coviello, Andrea Andreoli, Anuschka Buter, Christian Kofler, Vittoria Scorpio, Lindsey Nicholson, Shusuke Miyata, Ricardo Carillo, and Francesco Comiti
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.
Colin Ronald, Lindsey Nicholson, Michael Engel, Catriona Fyffe, Ian Willis, and Francesco Comiti
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
Anna Wirbel, Alexander H. Jarosch, and Lindsey Nicholson
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
Rainer Prinz, Armin Heller, Martin Ladner, Lindsey Nicholson, and Georg Kaser
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
Lindsey Nicholson and Ivana Stiperski
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
Rebecca Mott, Ivana Stiperski, Lindsey Nicholson, and Jordan Mertes
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!

About lindsey

Environmental scientist. I am glaciologist specialising in glacier-climate interactions to better understand the climate system. The point of this is to understand how glaciated envionments might change in the future - how the glaciers will respond and what the impact on associated water resources and hazard potential will be.
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