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Searching for paleoclimate archives on the East Antarctic margin:
Sabrina Seafloor Survey 2017

Armand Leanne, Phil
O’Brien, Amy Leventer, Alix Post, Opdyke Brad, Andrea Caburlotto and the
IN2017-V01 Science Team

leanne.armand@mq.edu.au

Oral

Amy Leventer

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Dept. of Biological
Sciences, MQ Marine Research Centre, Macquarie University, Australia

A modern-day unpinning of the Ross Ice Shelf from Ross Bank

Bart Philip J.,
Matthew DeCesare, Brad E. Rosenheim, Jack Cadigan, Austin J. McGlannan

pbart@lsu.edu

Oral

Philip J. Bart

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of Geology and Geophysics,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La, USA

Advances in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological
archives: Recent reconstructions (Last Interglacial to present)

Bentley 
Michael J

m.j.bentley@durham.ac.uk

Oral

Michael Bentley

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of
Geography, Durham University, UK

Wind Driven Ocean / Ice Interactions during the Ross Sea Region
Deglaciation

Bertler Nancy A.N.,
Howard Conway, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Giovanni Baccolo, Troy Baisden,Thomas
Blunier, Hannah Brightley, Edward Brook, Christo Buizert, Lionel Carter,
Gabriela Ciobanu, Ruzica Dadic, Barbara Delmonte, Zhang Dongqi, Ross Ed

Nancy.Bertler@vuw.ac.nz

Oral

Nancy Bertler

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Victoria University of Wellington, Antarctic Research Centre,
Wellington, New Zealand

George VI Ice Shelf: Holocene stability and interactions with
fluctuating valley glaciers on Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula

Davies Bethan J.,
Michael J. Hambrey, Neil F. Glasser, Tom Holt, Angél Rodes, John S. Smellie,
Simon Blockley, Jonathan L. Carrivick

bethan.davies@rhul.ac.uk

Oral

Bethan Davies

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Centre for
Quaternary Research, Royal Holloway University of London, Surrey, UK

Exploring past and
modern bottom current pathways along the continental margin: the Ross Sea
survey 2017

De Santis Laura, Daniela Accettella, Andrea
Bergamasco, Riccardo Codiglia, Florence Colleoni Marco Cuffaro, Emiliano
Gordini, Jennifer Gales, Yanguang Liu, Cristian

Florindo-Lopez, Paolo Mansutti, Elisabetta
Olivo, Sookwan Kim, Vedrana Kovacevic, Michele Rebesco, Chiara Sauli, Paolo
Sterzai, Isabella Tomini, Paolo Visnovich, Fabrizio

Zgur, Emiliano di Curzio

ldesantis@inogs.it

Oral

Laura De Santis

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale - OGS, Trieste, Italy

New aerogeophysical views of bedrock topography, subglacial geology and
englacial layers in the South Pole sector of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet

Ferraccioli Fausto, Rene Forsberg, Tom
Jordan, Arne Olesen, Kenichi Matsuoka, and Tania Casal

ffe@bas.ac.uk

Oral

Fausto Ferraccioli

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

NERC/British
Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Reconstruction of Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental changes on the
West Antarctic continental margin using a multi-proxy approach

Hillenbrand
Claus-Dieter, Simon Crowhurst, David A. Hodell, James E. T. Channell, Chuang
Xuan, Alastair G. C. Graham, Nick McCave, Werner Ehrmann, Claire S. Allen,
Maricel Williams, Robert D. Larter

hilc@bas.ac.uk

Oral

Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

 

Deglaciation and future stability of the Coats Land ice margin,
Antarctica

Hodgson Dominic A,
Kelly Hogan, C-D Hillenbrand, Rob Larter, James Smith, James A Smith,
Alastair G C Graham, Peter Fretwell, Claire Allen, Vicky Peck.
Mike Bentley

daho@bas.ac.uk

Oral

Dominic A Hodgson

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK

 

Reassessing the post-Last Glacial Maximum retreat history from the
Southwest Ross Sea

McKay Rob, Jae Il
Lee, Nicholas Golledge, Gavin Dunbar, Gerhard Kuhn, Hyoung Jun Kim, Richard
Levy, Jong Kuk Hong,Sanne Maas, Tim Naish, Ho Il Yoon, Kyu-Cheul Yoo

robert.mckay@vuw.ac.nz

Oral

Rob McKay

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Antarctic Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington,
New Zealand

Glacial discharge, productivity and oceanic variability from the
Antarctic coastal zone: results from a 171 m Holocene sediment core from IODP
Expedition 318

Newton Kate, James
Bendle, Robert McKay, Anya Albot, Heiko Moossen, Osamu Seki, Veronica
Willmott, Stefan Schouten, Christina Riesselman, Xavier Crosta, Johan
Etourneau, Guilluame Masse and Robert Dunbar

k.e.newton@hotmail.co.uk

Oral

Kate Newton

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

School of Geography,
Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK.

Extensive Holocene grounding line retreat and uplift-driven readvance
across Ross and Ronne sectors of the West Antarctica

Scherer Reed, Jonny
Kingslake, Torsten Albrecht, Jason Coenen, David Pollard, Ross Powell, Ronja
Reese, Nathan Stansell, Slawek Tulaczyk, Pippa Whitehouse

reed@niu.edu

Oral

Reed Scherer

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Northern Illinois
University, USA

Advances in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from ice core archives

Sime 
Louise

lsim@bas.ac.uk

Oral

Sime

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

Uncovered anatomy of a subglacial hydrological system coupled to past
ice sheet grounding lines

Simkins Lauren M.,
John B. Anderson, Sarah L. Greenwood, Helge M. Gonnermann, Lindsay O.
Prothro1, Anna Ruth W. Halberstadt, Leigh A. Stearns, David Pollard, Robert
M. DeConto

johna@rice.edu

Oral

John B. Anderson

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department
of Earth Science, Rice University, Houston, TX, USA

Using sub-ice-shelf sediments to reconstruct glacier history – a case
study from Pine Island Glacier

Smith James, Keith
Nicholls, Keith Makinson, Paul Anker, Peter Davies, Mike Shortt, Hugh Corr,
Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Adrian Jenkins, David Vaughan, Thorbjørn Joest
Andersen, Amy Gaffney, Bob Bindschadler, Martin Truffer, Tim Stanton, Pierre
Dutrieux,

jaas@bas.ac.uk

Oral

James Smith

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

Regional and continental scale Antarctic climate variability over the
last 2,000 years

Stenni Barbara, Mark
A. J. Curran, Nerilie J. Abram, Anais Orsi, Sentia Goursaud, Valerie
Masson-Delmotte, Raphael Neukom, Hugues Goosse, Dmitry Divine, Tas van Ommen,
Eric J. Steig, Daniel A. Dixon, Elizabeth R. Thomas, Nancy A. N. Bertler,
Elisabeth Isa

 barbara.stenni@unive.it

Oral

Barbara Stenni

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of
Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics, Ca’ Foscari University of
Venice, Italy

Using Sediment Provenance to Study Ice Streams in the Weddell Sea
Embayment of Antarctica

Trevor Williams,
Sidney R Hemming, Kathy Licht, Liana Agrios, Stefanie A Brachfeld, Tina van
de Flierdt, Gerhard Kuhn, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Werner Ehrmann, Xinwei
Zhai, Merry Cai, and Alison Corley

trevor@ldeo.columbia.edu

Oral

Trevor Williams

 

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

International Ocean
Discovery Program, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA

Evidence of a dynamic ice sheet system in Filchner Trough until the
early Holocene

Arndt, Jan Erik;
Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter; Grobe, Hannes ; Kuhn, Gerhard; Wacker, Lukas;
Nistad, Jean-Guy; Dorschel, Boris

Jan.Erik.Arndt@awi.de

Poster

 

Arndt, Jan Erik

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Snow petrel stomach oil deposits ("Antarctic mumiyo") as
archives for the environmental history of terrestrial East Antarctica

Berg Sonja, Melles
Martin, Kuhn Gerhard

sberg0@uni-koeln.de

Poster

Berg Sonja

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Institute
of Geology and Mineralogy, University of Cologne, Germany

Compound-specific radiocarbon analysis - Application for dating
Antarctic sedimentary records

Berg Sonja,
Rethemeyer Janet, Jivcov Sandra

sberg0@uni-koeln.de

Poster

 

Berg Sonja

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Institute
of Geology and Mineralogy, University of Cologne, Germany

Triple surface snow isotopic composition records metamorphism

Casado Mathieu,
Amaelle Landais, Ghislain Picard, Laurent Arnaud, Marion Leduc-Leballeur

mathieu.casado@lsce.ipsl.fr

Poster

 

Mathieu Casado

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

LSCE, UMR 8212,
CEA-CNRS-UVSQ-UPS, Gif sur Yvette, France

Tephrochronology of glaciomarine sediment sequences of the Ross Sea,
Antarctica: a tool for the correlation of natural archives

Di Roberto Alessio, Ester Colizza, Paola Del
Carlo, Andrea Gallerani, Federico Giglio

alessio.diroberto@ingv.it

Poster

Ester Colizza

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Sezione di Pisa, Pisa,
Italy

Reconstructing Circumpolar Deep Water:  A new Mg/Ca-Temperature calibration for the
benthic foraminifer Trifarina angulosa around Antarctica

 

Elaine Mawbey, Kate Hendry, James Smith, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Mervyn Greaves, Andreas Mackensen, Gerhard Kuhn, Melanie Leng, Amelia Shevenell, Kara Vadman

 

elaine.mawbey@bristol.ac.uk

Poster

Elaine Mawbey

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

University of
Bristol, Bristol, UK

Early Holocene climate variability in the Eastern Ross Sea – Initial
Results from the Major Ion Analysis of the RICE Ice Core

Eling Lukas, Bertler
Nancy, McKay Rob, Pyne Rebecca

lukas.eling@vuw.ac.nz

Poster

 

Eling Lukas

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Victoria University
Wellington, NZ

Opposite climatic trend between the East Antarctica margin and the
northern hemisphere over the last 2,000 years?

Etourneau Johan,
Chisato Yoshikawa, Philippine Campagne, Marie-Noëlle Houssais, Nanako O.
Ogawa, Francisco J. Jimenez-Espejo, Hisami Suga, Ioanna Bouloubassi, Carlota
Escutia, Guillaume Massé, Xavier Crosta & Naohiko Ohkouchi

johan.etourneau@iact.ugr-csic.es

Poster

Johan Etourneau

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Instituto Andaluz de
Ciencias de la Tierra, CSIC-Universidad Granada, Granada, Spain

Topographic signature of cold, dense water overflow in the Hillary
Canyon, Ross Sea, Antarctica

Gales Jenny, Laura De Santis, Michele
Rebesco, Andrea Bergamasco, Cristian Florindo-Lopez, Vedrana Kovacevic,
Sookwan Kim, Yanguang Liu, Florence Colleoni, Elisabetta Olivo, Fabrizio
Zgur, Daniela Accettella, Riccardo Codiglia

jgales@noc.ac.uk

Poster

Jenny Gales

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

National
Oceanography Centre Southampton, European Way, Southampton, UK.

Sediment deposition in response to the glacial-interglacial changes on
the continental slope of eastern Pennell-Iselin Bank in the Ross Sea,
Antarctica

Ha Sandbeom, Boo-Keun Khim, Ester Colizza,
Patrizia Marci, Leonardo Sagnotti, Chiara Caricchi, Leonardo Langone,
Federico Giglio, Gerhard Kuhn

bkkhim@pusan.ac.kr

Poster

 

Sandbeom Ha

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of
Oceanography, Pusan National University, Rep. 
Korea

A Holocene aquatic palynomorph and TEX86-based temperature record from
the Adélie coastal margin, Antarctica (IODP Site U1357)

Hartman Julian D.,
Veronica Willmott, Francesca Sangiorgi, Peter K. Bijl, Stefan Schouten, Henk
Brinkhuis

J.D.Hartman@uu.nl

Poster

Julian Hartman

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of Earth
Sciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

The Holocene deglaciation of the East Antarctic margin: High resolution
multiproxy record from Site U1357 (Adélie Land)

Jimenez-Espejo
Francisco J., Johan Etourneau, Robert Dunbar, Carlota Escutia, Robert Mckay,
Xavier Crosta, Naohiko Ohkouchi, Ariadna Salabarnada, Masako Yamane, Yusuke
Yokoyama, Tina Van De Flierdt, Guillaume Masse

fjjspejo@jamstec.go.jp

Poster

 

Francisco J. Jimenez-Espejo

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of
Biogeochemistry,(JAMSTEC), Japan

Using Computed Tomography (CT) Scans of an Adélie Basin Sediment Core
to Reconstruct the Holocene

Johnson Katelyn M.,
Dr. Rob McKay, Dr. Nancy A. Bertler, Anya Albot

katelyn.johnson@vuw.ac.nz

Poster

 

Katelyn M. Johnson

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

Mapping of microglacial landforms using the UAV-SfM method on the Sôya
Coast, East Antarctica

Kawamata Moto, Yusuke Suganuma, Koichiro Doi

kawamata.moto@nipr.ac.jp

Poster

Moto Kawamata

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of Polar
Science, SOKENDAI, Tokyo, Japan

Paleoceanographic changes in the continental slope in the Central Basin
of the Ross Sea since the last glacial

Khim Boo-Keun, Ester Colizza, Jong Kuk Hong

bkkhim@pusan.ac.kr

Poster

Boo-Keun Khim

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Pusan National University,
Rep. Korea

New geophysical and sediment core data reveal a large-scale post-LGM
West Antarctic stacked grounding-zone wedge on the Amundsen Sea Embayment
shelf

Klages Johann,
Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, James SMith, Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben, Jan Erik
Arndt, Catalina Gebhardt, Robert Larter, Alastair Graham, Karsten Gohl,
Gerhard Kuhn, Robin Zindler, and PS104 shipboard scientific party

Johann.Klages@awi.de

Poster

Johann Klages

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Subglacial
lakes, seafloor geomorphology, and deglaciation history in Pine Island Bay,
West Antarctica during the last glacial termination

 

Kuhn Gerhard, J. P. Klages, C.-D. Hillenbrand J. A.
Smith, S. Kasten, W. Ehrmann, T. Frederichs, J. Mogollón, F. O. Nitsche, J.
E. Arndt1, W. Geibert, K. Gohl, Y. Suganuma, T. van de Flierdt,
and Expedition PS104 Science Party

 

gerhard.kuhn@awi.de

Poster

 

Gerhard Kuhn

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine
Research, Bremerhaven, Germany

Anvers-Hugo Trough palaeo-ice stream, Antarctic Peninsula:
geomorphological evidence for the role of subglacial water in facilitating
ice stream flow

Larter Robert D.,
Kelly A. Hogan, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, James A. Smith, Christine L.
Batchelor, Matthieu J.B. Cartigny, Alex J. Tate, Julian A. Dowdeswell,
Alastair G.G. Graham, Zoë A. Roseby, Gerhard Kuhn

rdla@bas.ac.uk

Poster

Robert Larter

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

Cosmogenic exposure
dating in Antarctica: what can we learn about

ice-sheet history?

Mackintosh Andrew,
Richard Selwyn Jones, Kevin Norton, Ross Whitmore, Jamey Stutz, Cliff Atkins

andrew.mackintosh@vuw.ac.nz

Poster

Andrew Mackintosh

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

In situ benthic foraminifera from below the paleo-ice shelf in the
Whales Deep Basin, eastern Ross Sea

Majewski Wojciech,
Philip J. Bart, Austin J. McGlannan

wmaj@twarda.pan.pl

Poster

Wojciech Majewski

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Institute of Paleobiology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Twada,
Warszawa, Poland

 

Paleo Ice Flow Dynamics in the Dibble Glacier section of East
Antarctica

Nitsche Frank O.; Ricardo Correia

fnitsche@ldeo.columbia.edu

Poster

Frank O. Nitsche

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Lamont-Doherty Earth
Observatory of Columbia University, USA

Geochemical reconstruction of paleoenvironmental conditions using
sediment cores from the continental slope of Sabrina Coast, East Antarctica

Noble Taryn, Zanna
Chase, Patricia Gadd, Leanne Armand, Phillip O’Brien and the IN2017-V01
Scientific team

Taryn.Noble@utas.edu.au

Poster

Taryn Noble

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

University of
Tasmania, Australia

New sedimentary records of Eastern Ross Ice Shelf retreat since the
Last Glacial Maximum.

Ohneiser Christian,
Rob McKay, Nick Golledge, Christina Riesselman, Brad Rosenheim, Christina
Subt

christian.ohneiser@otago.ac.nz

Poster

Christian Ohneiser

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Dept. of Geology,
University of Otago, Dunedin.
New Zealand

Effect of crustal deformation due to surface loads on the ocean depth
around Antarctica

Okuno Jun'ichi,
Hideaki Hayakawa, Hideki Miura, Yoshifumi Nogi

okuno@nipr.ac.jp

Poster

Jun'ichi Okuno

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

National Institute
of Polar Research,  Tokyo, Japan

New Multibeam Bathymetric data from PNRA – WHISPERS Project on the
southeastern side of the Hayez Bank in the Ross Sea (Antarctica): preliminary
results.

Olivo E., L. De Santis, M. Rebesco, J.
Gales, A. Bergamasco, V. Kovacevic, C. Florindo-Lopez, S. Kim, D. Accettella,
E. Gordini, I. Tomini, F. Colleoni, R. Codiglia, F. Zgur, P. Visnovic, P.
Mansutti, P. Sterzai, E. Di Curzio, L. Yanguang

eolivo@inogs.it

Poster

Elisabetta Olivo

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale - OGS, Trieste Italy

The last thousand years at Talos Dome, Antarctica

Orsi Anaïs, Amaelle Landais and Barbara
Stenni

anais.orsi@lsce.ipsl.fr

Poster

Anaïs Orsi

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Laboratoire des
Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement, LSCE/IPSL, CEA-CNRS-UVSQ,
Université Paris-Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France

Sea ice and diatom productivity in the Ross Sea, Antarctica: the
response to post-glacial warming

Parker Rebecca,
Christina Riesselman, Jae Il Lee, Min Kyung Lee, Geraldine Jacobsen, Brad
Rosenheim, Cristina Subt, Atun Zawadzki, Robert McKay, Richard Levy,
Kyu-Cheul Yoo

rebeccaparkernz@gmail.com

Poster

 

Rebecca Parker

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of
Geology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

 

Provenance analysis of eastern and central Ross Sea LGM till sediments
(Antarctica): petrography, geochronology and thermochronology detrital data

Perotti Matteo, Benedetta Andreucci, Franco
Talarico, Massimiliano Zattin, Antonio Langone

perottimatteo@gmail.com

Poster

Matteo Perotti

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Department of
Physical Sciences, Earth and Environment
, University of Siena, Italy

 

Recent morpho-sedimentary processes in the southern part of Ona Basin,
Antarctica: Styles of contourite deposition

Quirós Adrián
López-; Francisco J. Lobo; Carlota Escutia; Fernando Bohoyo; F. Javier
Hernández-Molina; Lara F. Pérez; Marga García; Dimitris Evangelinos; Ariadna
Salabarnada

alquiros@iact.ugr-csic.es

Poster

 

Adrián López-Quirós

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Instituto Andaluz de
Ciencias de la Tierra, CSIC-UGR, Avda. de las Palmeras 4, 18100 Armilla,
Granada, Spain

The newly discovered Odyssea Drift (Ross Sea): preliminary results

Rebesco  Michele  Yanguang Liu, Jenny Gales, Renata Lucchi,
Andrea Caburlotto, Fabrizio Zgur, Laura De Santis, Andrea Bergamasco, Vedrana
Kovacevic, Cristian Florindo-Lopez, Laura De Steur, Sookwan Kim, Daniela
Accettella, Elisabetta Olivo, Florence Colleoni, Riccardo Codiglia and the
OGS Explora scientific party

mrebesco@inogs.it

Poster

Michele Rebesco

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale - OGS, Trieste Italy

Controls on variations in sedimentary deposits produced by a retreating
ice stream grounding line

Roseby Zoë, James
Smith, Matthieu Cartigny, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Kelly Hogan, Robert
Larter, Esther Sumner, Peter Talling, Claire Allen, Werner Ehrmann and
Gerhard Kuhn

Z.Roseby@noc.soton.ac.uk

Poster

Zoë Roseby

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

University of
Southampton, Southampton, UK

Isotopic and snow accumulation stacked record in East Antarctic site
during satellite era.

Scarchilli C., V. Ciardini, S. Becagli, L.
Caiazzo, G. Dreossi, M. Frezzotti, Y. Han, S. D. Hur, J. H. Kang, B. Narcisi,
M. Proposito, E. Selmo, M. Severi, B. Stenni

claudio.scarchilli@enea.it

Poster

Barbara Stenni

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Laboratory for Earth
Observations and Analyses, ENEA, Rome , Italy

Paleoglaciological study of Borgmassivet, Dronning Maud Land, East
Antarctica, using WorldView imagery

Serra Elena, Taisiya
Dymova, Jennifer C. Newall, Robin Blomdin, Ola Fredin, Arjen P. Stroeven,
Jorge Bernales, Olaf Eisen, Derek Fabel, Neil F. Glasser, Jonathan M. Harbor,
Clas Hättestrand, Nathaniel A. Lifton, Matthias Prange, Irina Rogozhina

elena.serra375@edu.unito.it

Poster

Elena Serra

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Geomorphology &
Glaciology, Department of Physical Geography and Bolin Centre for Climate
Research, Stockholm University, Sweden

Sea salt sodium record from Talos Dome (East Antarctica) as a potential
proxy of the Antarctic past sea ice extent

Severi M., S. Becagli, L. Caiazzo, V.
Ciardini, E. Colizza, F. Giardi, K. Mezgec, C. Scarchilli, B. Stenni, E.R.
Thomas, R. Traversi, R. Udisti

mirko.severi@unifi.it

Poster

 

Mirko Severi

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

University of
Florence, Chemistry Dept.
Sesto Fiorentino, FI, Italy

Last Interglacial climate variability at TALDICE, East Antarctica

Stenni Barbara, Chiara Franceschini, Massimo
Frezzotti, Valerie Masson-Delmotte, Cristiano Varin, Andrea Spolaor, Giuliano
Dreossi

barbara.stenni@unive.it

Poster

Barbara Stenni

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Dipartimento di Scienze Ambientali,
Informatica e Statistica, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italy

Potential for non-linear response of Antarctic outlet glaciers;
Insights from David Glacier, Antarctica

Stutz Jamey, Andrew
Mackintosh, Kevin Norton, Ross Whitmore, Richard Jones, Stewart Jamieson,
Yeong Bae Seong, Jae II Lee, Rob McKay, Greg Balco

jamey.stutz@vuw.ac.nz

Poster

Jamey Stutz

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Be-10 evidence for a paleo-subglacial lake and subsequent deglaciation
processes in Pine Island Bay, West Antarctica

Suganuma Yusuke,
Gerhard Kuhn, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Albert Zondervan

suganuma.yusuke@nipr.ac.jp

Poster

Yusuke Suganuma

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

National Institute
of Polar Research, Tokyo, Japan

Glacial Antarctic Warm events as captured by RICE ice cores

Ulayottil 
Abhijith Venugopal, Nancy Bertler, Giuseppe Cortese

Abhijith.Uv@vuw.ac.nz

Poster

 

Abhijith Ulayottil Venugopal

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Antarctic Research Centre, Victoria
University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

Ice sheet retreat and glacio-isostatic adjustment in Lützow-Holm Bay,
East Antarctica

Verleyen Elie, Ines
Tavernier, Dominic A. Hodgson, Pippa Whitehouse, Sakae Kudoh, Satoshi Imura,
Katrien Heirman, Michael J. Bentle, Steve J. Roberts, Marc De Batist, Koen
Sabbe, Wim Vyverman

elie.verleyen@ugent.be

Poster

Elie Verleyen

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Lab. Protistology
& Aquatic Ecology, Department of Biology, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium.

The seafloor geomorphic record of ice flow from the Antarctic Peninsula

Wellner Julia, Yuribia Munoz, Jennifer Campo

jwellner@uh.edu

Poster

 

Julia Wellner

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

University of
Houston, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Houston , TX, USA

A Larsen C core sediment record history unravels Snowball Earth
hypothesis

Yoo Kyu-Cheul,
Eugene Domack, Ho Il Yoon, Jae Il Lee, Kitae Kim, Cristina Subt, Brad
Rosenheim, Jae Woo Jung, Hyunhee Rhee, Jin Wook Kim, Yeong Bae Seung, Amy
Leventer, Julia Wellner, Heung Soo Moon

kcyoo@kopri.re.kr

Poster

Kyu-Cheul Yoo

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Korea Polar Research
Institute, Incheon, Republic of Korea

Paleoenvironmental changes related to ice sheet and ice shelf
developments in the Ross Sea since 15 kyr B.P.

Zhihua Chen, Renjie
Zhao, Shulan Ge, Yuanhui Huang, Zheng Tang

chenzia@fio.org.cn

Poster

 

Zhihua Chen

Topic 1A - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Recent reconstructions (LIG to present)

Key Laboratory of
Marine Sedimentology and Environmental Geology, First Institute of
Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Qingdao, China

MeBo seabed drilling in the Amundsen Sea Embayment: Operational
experience and preliminary results

Gohl K, J Klages,
C-D Hillenbrand, T Freudenthal, T Bickert, S Bohaty, W Ehrmann, O Esper, T
Frederichs, C Gebhardt, G Kuhn, R Larter, H Pälike, T Ronge, P Simoes
Pereira, J Smith, G Uenzelmann-Neben, T van de Flierdt

karsten.gohl@awi.de

Oral

Karsten Gohl

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Development of a large sediment drift near the mouth of Marguerite
Trough, Antarctic Peninsula as a record of past ice stream dynamics

Larter Robert,
Alastair Graham, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Kelly Hogan, Javier
Hernandez-Molina, James Channell, Chuang Xuan, David Hodell, Maria Williams,
Simon Crowhurst, Karsten Gohl, Michele Rebesco, Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben,
JR298 Scientific Party

rdla@bas.ac.uk

Oral

Robert Larter

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

Antarctic ice sheet sensitivity to orbital forcing, crustal subsidence,
and carbon dioxide fluctuations.

Levy Richard,
Timothy Naish, Nicholas Golledge, Robert McKay, James Crampton, Edward Gasson

r.levy@gns.cri.nz

Oral

Richard Levy

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

GNS Science, Lower
Hutt, New Zealand

Long term landscape and ice sheet evolution of the Wilkes Subglacial
Basin, East Antarctica

Paxman Guy, Stewart
Jamieson, Mike Bentley, Fausto Ferraccioli, Neil Ross, Duncan Young, Donald
Blankenship, German Leitchenkov

guy.j.paxman@durham.ac.uk

Oral

Guy Paxman

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Department of
Geography, Durham University, Durham, UK

Antarctic ice sheet excluded from the western Ross Embayment during the
earliest Oligocene

Prebble Joseph G.,
Richard Levy, Evelien van der Ven, Chris Fielding, Dallas C. Mildenhall,
Timothy Naish, Tammo Reichgelt, Francesca Sangiorgi, Tony Allan, Chris
Clowes, David R. Greenwood, J. Ian Raine

j.prebble@gns.cri.nz

Oral

Joseph G Prebble

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

GNS Science, Lower
Hutt, New Zealand

The role of the ocean for Antarctic cryosphere dynamics during mid
Miocene: a view from offshore Wilkes Land

Sangiorgi Francesca,
Peter K. Bijl, Sandra Passchier, Ulrich Salzmann, Stefan Schouten, Robert
McKay, Rosie D. Cody, Jörg Pross, Tina van de Flierdt, Steven M. Bohaty,
Richard Levy, Trevor Williams, Carlota Escutia, Henk Brinkhuis

f.sangiorgi@uu.nl

Oral

Francesca Sangiorgi

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Marine Palynology and Paleoceanography, Laboratory of Palaeobotany
and Palynology, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Geoscience, Utrecht
University, Heidelberglaan 2, 3584CS Utrecht, The Netherlands

 

Reconstruction of the East Antarctic ice sheet variability during the
last 3 Ma in the central & eastern Droning Maud Land, East Antarctica

Suganuma Yusuke,
Jun’ichi Okuno, Tatsuo Kanamaru, Heitaro Kaneda, Takushi Koyama

suganuma.yusuke@nipr.ac.jp

Oral

Yusuke Suganuma

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

National Institute
of Polar Research, 10-3 Midoricho, Tachikawa, Tokyo 190-8518, Japan

Variations
in Ice Sheet Dynamics along the Amundsen Sea and Bellingshausen Sea West
Antarctic Ice Sheet margin

Uenzelmann-Neben
Gabriele

 

Gabriele.Uenzelmann-Neben@awi.de

Oral

Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Alfred
Wegener Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research,
Bremerhaven, Germany

 

Geological Evidence for Late Pleistocene variability of the East
Antarctic Ice Sheet?

Wilson David J.,
Rachel A. Bertram, Emma F. Needham, Tina van de Flierdt, Kevin J. Welsh,
Robert McKay, Francisco J. Jimenez-Espejo, Carlota Escutia

tina.vandeflierdt@imperial.ac.uk

Oral

Tina van de Flierdt

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Imperial College
London, London, UK

Unlocking atmospheric temperatures from Antarctica’s past

Anderson Jacob T.H.,
Gary S. Wilson, S. Craig Cary, David Fink, Christina R. Riesselman

jacob.anderson@otago.ac.nz

Poster

Jacob T.H. Anderson

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Department of Marine
Science, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

The surface paleoceanographic regime offshore the Wilkes Land Margin:
Results from Site U1356 and 269

Bijl Peter K., Anja
Bruls, Wilrieke Boterblom, Francesca Sangiorgi

p.k.bijl@uu.nl

Poster

Peter K. Bijl

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Faculty of
Geosciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, NL

Sequence stratigraphy and facies analysis of the Friis Hills Drilling
Project drillcore: Towards a reconstruction of Early to Mid-Miocene East
Antarctic Ice Sheet variability

Chorley Hannah,
Richard Levy, Tim Naish

hannah.chorley@vuw.ac.nz

Poster

Hannah Chorley

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ

Totten Glacier dynamics and Southern Ocean circulation impact on
depositional processes since the mid-late Cenozoic: the PNRA Tytan Project

Donda Federica, Andrea Caburlotto, Diego
Cotterle, Riccardo Geletti, Roberto Romeo, Fabrizio Zgur, Leanne Armand, Phil
O’Brien, Raffaella Tolotti, Laura De Santis

fdonda@inogs.it

Poster

Federica Donda

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale-OGS Trieste, Italy

Late Oligocene-Early Miocene transition: Paleoclimatic and
paleoceanogaphic changes linked to a dynamic East Antarctic Ice Sheet, off
the Wilkes Land margin.

Evangelinos
Dimitris, Carlota Escutia, Ariadna Salabarnada, Adrián López-Quirós, Hans
Nelson, Luis Valero, Johan Etourneau, Francisco J. Rodríguez-Tovar, Peter
Bijl, Francisco J. Lobo and Marga García

dimevangelinos@correo.ugr.es

Poster

Dimitris Evangelinos

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Instituto Andaluz de
Ciencias de la Tierra, CSIC-Univ. de Granada, Armilla, Spain

Seismic stratigraphic correlation with MeBo seabed drill cores of the
Amundsen Sea Embayment shelf

Gohl K, G
Uenzelmann-Neben, R Larter, C Gebhardt, S Bohaty, J Arndt, J Klages, C-D
Hillenbrand, H Pälike, T Bickert, T Freudenthal, W Ehrmann, O Esper, T
Frederichs

karsten.gohl@awi.de

Poster

Karsten Gohl

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Glacial sedimentary processes at a major West Antarctic trough-mouth fan:
The Belgica Fan

Graham Alastair,
Robert Larter, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Kelly Hogan, Javier
Hernandez-Molina, James Channell, David Hodell, Karsten Gohl, Michele
Rebesco, Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben, and RRS James Clark Ross cruise JR298
Scientific Party

a.graham@exeter.ac.uk

Poster

Alastair Graham

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

College of Life and
Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, UK

ice-proximal record of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet glacial history

Gulick Sean P. S.,
Amelia E. Shevenell, Aleksandr Montelli, Rodrigo Fernandez, Catherine Smith,
Sophie Warny, Steven M. Bohaty, Charlotte Sjunneskog, Amy Leventer, Bruce
Frederick, Donald D. Blankenship, Peter Bijl, Francesca Sangiorgi

ashevenell@usf.edu

Poster

Amelia Shevenell

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Institute
for Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin,
Austin, Texas, USA

Phytoplankton assemblages and (bio)geochemical proxies indicate
enhanced productivity and sea-ice decline in the Ross Sea during Marine
Isotope sub-Stage 5e

Hartman Julian D., F. Sangiorgi, P.K. Bijl,
F. Peterse, M.A. Barcena, S. Albertazzi, A. Asioli, F. Giglio, L. Langone, F.
Tateo, F. Trincardi

J.D.Hartman@uu.nl

Poster

Julian D. Hartman

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Department of Earth
Sciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Oligocene sea water temperatures offshore Wilkes Land (Antarctica)
indicate warm and stable glacial-interglacial variation and suggest latest
Oligocene ice-sheet decline

Hartman Julian D.,
Peter K. Bijl, Francesca Sangiorgi, Francien Peterse, Stefan Schouten,
Ariadna Salabarnada, Steven Bohaty, Carlota Escutia, Henk Brinkhuis.

J.D.Hartman@uu.nl

Poster

Julian D. Hartman

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Department of Earth
Sciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Insights into the evolution of the Antarctic Ice Sheet from cosmogenic
nuclide analysis in the Ellsworth Mountains

Hein Andrew S.;
David E. Sugden; John Woodward

andy.hein@ed.ac.uk

Poster

 

Andrew Hein

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh,  Edinburgh, UK

 

First results of sedimentological investigations of MeBo drill cores
recovered from the West Antarctic continental shelf in the Amundsen Sea

Hillenbrand
Claus-Dieter, Johann Klages, Torsten Bickert, Werner Ehrmann, James A. Smith,
Thomas Frederichs, Gerhard Kuhn, Oliver Esper, Karsten Gohl, Tim Freudenthal,
Thomas Ronge, Heiko Pälike, Steve Bohaty, Tina van de Flierdt, Catalina
Gebhardt et al.

hilc@bas.ac.uk

Poster

 

Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

 

Between Greenhouse and Icehouse - paleobathymetry of the Southern Ocean
at the Eocene/Oligocene Boundary

Hochmuth Katharina,
Karsten Gohl, German Leitchenkov, Joanne Whittaker

Katharina.Hochmuth@awi.de

Poster

Katharina Hochmuth

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Paleobathymetric grids of the Cenozoic Southern Ocean – an update on a
community based project

Hochmuth Katharina, Karsten Gohl, German
Leitchenkov, Joanne Whittaker, Laura De Santis, Elisabetta Olivo

Katharina.Hochmuth@awi.de

Poster

 

Katharina Hochmuth

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Alfred Wegener Institute,
Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany

Ancient buried landscapes in the Weddell Sea Sector of Antarctica are
records of restricted ice sheet extent in the past

Jamieson Stewart,
Michael Bentley, Marc Chang, Fiona Hartland, Andrew Jennings, Charlotte
Dorrington, Rebekah Jacques, Neil Ross, Chris Stokes

Stewart.Jamieson@durham.ac.uk

Poster

Stewart Jamieson

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Department of
Geography, Durham University, Durham, UK

The weathering of granitic rocks in the Sør-Rondane Mountains, East
Antarctica

Kanamaru Tatsuo,
Yusuke Suganuma, Hisashi Oiwane, Hideki Miura, Makoto Miura, Jun’ichi Okuno,
Hideaki Hayakawa

suganuma.yusuke@nipr.ac.jp

Poster

Yusuke Suganuma

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

College of
Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University,Tokyo, Japan

Pre-site survey for deep drilling and new observations below Ekström
Ice Shelf (Sub-EIS-Obs), Dronning Maud Land

Kuhn Gerhard, Olaf
Eisen, Dieter Franke, Christoph Gaedicke, German Leitchenkov, Christoph
Meier, Emma Smith, Ralf Tiedemann, Frank Wilhelms

gerhard.kuhn@awi.de

Poster

 

Gerhard Kuhn

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Al  Alfred
Wegener Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research,
Bremerhaven, Germany

Revised chronostratigraphy of DSDP Site 270 and implications for Ross Sea
seismic stratigraphy and late Oligocene to early Miocene paleoenvironment

Kulhanek D.K., R.H.
Levy, C.D. Clowes, J.G. Prebble, D. Rodelli, L. Jovane, H.E.G. Morgans, H.
Zwingmann, E.M. Griffith, H.D. Scher, C. Sorlien, D.S. Wilson, B.P. Luyendyk,
C. Klaus, R.M. McKay, T. Naish

kulhanek@iodp.tamu.edu

poster

Denise K. Kulhanek

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Integrated Ocean
Drilling Program, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX,
USA

 

Early Glacial High-Energy Fluvial System of East Antarctica

Leitchenkov German, Julia Guseva

german_l@mail.ru

Poster

German Leitchenkov

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

VNIIOkeangeologiaSt.-Petersburg,
Russia

Analysis of marine core sediments from ODP Site 696 and implications
for the onset of Antarctic glaciation

Lepp Allison, Jennifer Light, Sandra
Passchier

leppa1@montclair.edu

Poster

Allison Lepp

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstru

Department of Earth
and Environmental Studies, Montclair State University, NJ, USA.

The East Antarctic tephrostratotype of TALDICE ice core: implications
for chronostratigraphic correlations

Narcisi Biancamaria, Jean Robert Petit,
Antonio Langone

biancamaria.narcisi@enea.it

Poster

Barbara Stenni

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

ENEA C.R. Casaccia, Rome, Italy

An early Pliocene short-lived disruption of Antarctic ice-sheet ocean
systems with consequences for marine ice-sheet stability

Passchier 
Sandra

passchiers@mail.montclair.edu

Poster

 

Sandra Passchier

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Department of Earth
and Environmental Studies, Montclair State University, USA

The West Antarctic Ice Sheet during the Late Pleistocene: Insights from
geochemical provenance studies of marine sediments

Pereira Patric
Simoes; Tina van de Flierdt; Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand; Sidney R. Hemming; Sam
Hammond; Gerhard 

ps1214@ic.ac.uk

Poster

 

Patric Simoes Pereira

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Imperial College London, London SW7 2AZ, UK

Southern Scotia Sea basins as archives of global environmental changes

Pérez Lara F.; F.
Javier Hernández-Molina; Andrés Maldonado; Fernando Bohoyo; F. Jose Lobo

larafperez@gmail.com

Poster

Lara F. Pérez

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Geophysical Department, Geological Survey of Denmark
and Greenland - GEUS, Copenhagen, Denmark

Late Eocene-Miocene sedimentation in the southeastern margin of the
South Orkney Microcontinent, Drake Passage, Antarctica: Evidence for a major
marine transgression

Quirós Adrián
López-; Carlota Escutia; Luis Valero; Francisco J. Rodríguez-Tovar; Antonio
Sánchez-Navas; José-Abel Flores; Dimitris Evangelinos; Francisco J. Lobo;
Agustín Martín-Algarra; Ariadna Salabarnada

  alquiros@iact.ugr-csic.es

Poster

Adrián López-Quirós

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Instituto
Andaluz de Ciencias de la Tierra, CSIC-UGR, Granada, Spain

Late Oligocene contourite sedimentation in the Antarctic Wilkes Land
margin: IODP Site U1356

Salabarnada Ariadna,
Carlota Escutia, C. Hans Nelson, Ursula Roehl2, Francisco J. Jimenez-Espejo3,
Dimitris Evangelinos, Robert McKay, Minoru Ikehara, Adrián López-Quirós

a.salabarnada@csic.es

Poster

 

Ariadna Salabarnada

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Instituto Andaluz
de Ciencias de la Tierra, CSIC-Univ. de Granada,  Armilla, Granada

Bottom current deposition in the Antarctic Wilkes Land margin during the
Oligocene

Salabarnada Ariadna, Carlota Escutia, Hans
C. Nelson, Dimitris Evangelinos, Adrián López-Quirós, Sandra de Castro

a.salabarnada@csic.es

Poster

Ariadna Salabarnada

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Instituto Andaluz
de Ciencias de la Tierra, CSIC-Univ. de Granada, Armilla, Granada

Preliminary results of integrated geophysical and geological data
collected offshore the Borchgrevink coast between the Coulman Island and Cape
Hallett in the Ross Sea, Antarctica

Sauli Chiara, Daniela Accettella, Luca
Baradello, Giuseppe Brancatelli, Martina Busetti, Mauro Caffau, Florence
Colleoni, Edy Forlin, Gianni Mandrussani, Raffaella Tolotti, Massimo Zecchin

csauli@inogs.it

Poster

 

Chiara Sauli

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale – OGS, Trieste, Italy

Polar frontal
migration in the warm Pliocene: Diatom and geochemical evidence from the
Wilkes Land margin, East Antarctica

Taylor-Silva Briar I., Christina R.
Riesselman

christina.riesselman@otago.ac.nz

Poster

 

Christina Riesselman

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

University of Otago,
Department of Geology, NZ

Geometry of ice-stream retreat in the easternmost Amundsen Sea
Embayment, West Antarctica

Uenzelmann-Neben
Gabriele, Karsten Gohl, Jan-Erik Arndt, Catalina Gebhardt, Claus-Dieter
Hillenbrand, Katharina Hochmuth, Johann Klages, Robert D. Larter, and
Expedition PS104 Science Party

gabriele.uenzelmann-neben@awi.de

poster

Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Molecular characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter in glacial and
interglacial Antarctic ice.

Zangrando Roberta, Ornela Karroca, Veronica
Zanella, Elena Barbaro, Andrea Gambaro, Carlo Barbante

roberta.zangrando@idpa.cnr.it

Poster

Roberta Zangrando

Topic 1B - Advances
in Antarctic ice-sheet reconstructions from geological and ice core archives
- Deep time reconstructions.

Institute for the Dynamics of Environmental
Processes,
 Mestre (VE), Italy

Decoupling of temperatures and ice volume in the Middle Miocene: A
missing piece of the puzzle?

Bradshaw Catherine,
Agatha de Boer, Petra Langebroek, Caroline Lear, Daniel Lunt, Helen Coxall

catherine.bradshaw@metoffice.gov.uk

Oral

Catherine Bradshaw

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Met Office Hadley
Centre, Exeter, UK.

Past unknowns for an unknown future

Colleoni 
Florence

flocolleoni@gmail.com

Oral

Florence Colleoni

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti
Climatici, Bologna, Italy

How to give accurate SMB forcing to ice dynamic model for the 21st
century projections?

Favier Vincent;
Krinner Gerhard; Amory Charles; Beaumet Julien; Gallée Hubert; Agosta Cécile

vincent.favier@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Oral

Favier Vincent

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

IGE, CNRS/IRD/University
Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France

The Antarctic ice sheet during the mid-Miocene and mid-Pliocene

Gasson Edward, Rob
DeConto, David Pollard, Richard Levy

egw.gasson@gmail.com

Oral

Edward Gasson

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

University of
Sheffield, USA

Antarctic ice sheet during the Last Interglacial: Thresholds and
Feedbacks

Gerrit Lohmann, Xuezhu Wang, Johannes Sutter,
Paul Gierz, Oliver Esper, Rainer Gersonde, Martin Werner, Madlene Pfeiffer,
Alessio Rovere, Juliane Müller

Gerrit.Lohmann@awi.de

Oral

Lohmann, Gerrit

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data

Alfred Wegener Institute,
Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany

Transient ice sheet simulation of the Ross Ice Shelf deglaciation

Lowry Daniel,
Nicholas Golledge, Nancy Bertler

dan.lowry@vuw.ac.nz

Oral

Daniel Lowry

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

Impact of Ocean basal melting formulations: Pine Island and Totten
glaciers case study

Montoli Enea, Florence Colleoni, Dorotea
Iovino, Simona Masina

enea.montoli@unive.it

Oral

Enea Montoli

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Università Ca’Foscari di Venezia, Venezia,

New insights into the Ross Ice Shelf region ice, ocean, bathymetry, and
lithosphere through IcePod airborne geophysical data

Siddoway Christine,
Kirsteen J. Tinto, Joel Wilner, Robin R. Bell, Alec Lockett, Laurence Padman,
Scott R. Springer, Helen A. Fricker

csiddoway@coloradocollege.edu

Oral

Christine Siddoway

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Geology Dept.,
Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Relative sea-level changes and sediments deposition: a first step toward
a fully coupled system

Stocchi 
Paolo

Paolo.Stocchi@nioz.nl

Oral

Paolo Stocchi

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data

NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea
Research, Coastal Systems (TX), and Utrecht University, Texel,  The Netherlands

Antarctic ice mass change since the LGM: constraints from geodetic
measurements of bedrock crustal motions

Wilson Terry,
Stephanie Konfal, Michael Bevis, Giorgio Spada, Daniele Melini, Valentina
Barletta, Eric Kendrick, David Saddler, Robert Smalley, Ian Dalziel, Michael
Willis

wilson.43@osu.edu

Oral

Terry Wilson

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH, USA

Perspectives on the past evolutions of the Totten-Vanderford-MUIS and
Denman-Scott catchments from erosion reconstruction

Aitken Alan,
Alessandro Maritati, Duncan Young, Jamin Greenbaum, Nicholas Golledge, Jason
Roberts, Donald Blankenship, Martin Siegert

alan.aitken@uwa.edu.au

Poster

Alan Aitken

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

The School of Earth
Sciences; the University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia,
Australia

Recent unpinning and calving front retreat of Pine Island Glacier
documented by new bathymetric and satellite data

Arndt, Jan Erik;
Larter, Robert D.; Gohl, Karsten; Höppner, Kathrin; Friedl, Peter

Jan.Erik.Arndt@awi.de

Poster

Arndt, Jan Erik

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

The paradox of a long grounding during West Antarctic Ice Sheet retreat
in Ross Sea

Bart Philip J.,
Benjamin J. Krogmeier, Manon P. Bart, Slawek Tulaczyk

pbart@lsu.edu

Poster

Philip J. Bart

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Department of Geology and Geophysics,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La, USA

Characterisation of the marine air above the Wedell Sea from water
vapor stables isotopes (
δ18O, δ2H): influence of evaporation, sea-ice cover and atmospheric
circulation

Benetti Marion Gilles Reverdin Giovanni
Aloisi Camille Akhoudas Jean Baptiste Sallee

marioncb@hi.is

Poster

Benetti Marion

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Institute of Earth
Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland

Dark Ocean Dynamics in the Ross Sea: Estimating Carbon Export from the
shelf to the abyss, implication for climate stability

Bergamasco A., P. Castagno, P. Del Negro, M.
Celussi, S. Aliani, G.Budillon

andrea.bergamasco@ismar.cnr.it

Poster

Andrea Bergamasco

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Institute of Marine
Sciences, National Research Council,
CNR ISMAR Venezia , Italy

Sequence of Pliocene Deglacial Events in East Antarctica and Their
Wider Implications

Bertram Rachel A.,
Tina van de Flierdt, David J. Wilson, Rob M. McKay, Francisco J.
Jimenez-Espejo, Richard Levy and Carlota Escutia

r.bertram14@imperial.ac.uk

Poster

Rachel A. Bertram

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Dept. Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, UK

Antarctic Ice Sheet
and Radar Altimetry

Bismay Ranjan
Tripathy

bismaytripathy@outlook.com   

Poster

Bismay Ranjan
Tripathy

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Remote Sensing and
GIS Department, Kumaun University, Uttarakhand, India

Spatial-temporal investigation of ice dynamics over the Amery ice shelf

Darji Simone, Sandip Oza, Rajesh Shah

dsimone24@gmail.com

Poster

Simone Darji

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

M. G. Science
Institute, Gujarat University, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad-09, India

 

In-situ temperature measurements for deriving geothermal heat flux in
the Amundsen Sea Embayment, West Antarctica

Dziadek Ricarda,
Karsten Gohl, Norbert Kaul

ricarda.dziadek@awi.de

Poster

 

Ricarda Dziadek

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

An unusual early Holocene diatom event north of the Getz Ice Shelf
(Amundsen Sea): Implications for West Antarctic Ice Sheet development

Esper Oliver, Rainer
Gersonde, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Kuhn Gerhard, James A. Smith

Oliver.Esper@awi.de

Poster

Oliver Esper

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Ocean temperature impact on ice shelf instability along the east
Antarctic Peninsula margin

Etourneau Johan,
Giovanni Sgubin, Loïc Barbara, Xavier Crosta, Didier Swingedouw, Julien
Crespin, Verónica Willmott, Stefan Schouten, Jaap S. Sinninghe-Damsté,
Carlota Escutia, Guillaume Massé & Jung-Hyun Kim

johan.etourneau@iact.ugr-csic.es

Poster

 

Johan Etourneau

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

UMR 5805 EPOC,
EPHE/CNRS, University of Bordeaux, Pessac, France

Cloud-boundary layer interactions over the Antarctic ice-sheet:
Implications for the surface energy budget

Ganeshan Manisha; Yuekui Yang

mganeshan@usra.edu

Poster

 

Manisha Ganeshan

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Goddard Earth
Sciences Technology and Research Studies and Investigations, USRA, Greenbelt,
USA

Different origins of BSRs in antartic sedimentary environments

Geletti Riccardo, Arianna Mocnik, Martina
Busetti, Dario Civile, Anna Del Ben

rgeletti@inogs.it

Poster

Riccardo Geletti

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future Antarctic
ice-sheet change from models and data.

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale-OGS Trieste, Italy

Analysis of glacimarine sediments by travel time reflection tomography
in the Eastern Ross Sea (Antarctica)

Geniram Andrea, Gualtiero Böhm, Laura De
Santis, Angelo Camerlenghi

a.geniram@gmail.com

Poster

Andrea Geniram

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

I Università di Trieste, Matematica e
Geoscienze, Trieste, Italy  and
Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale - OGS, Trieste
Italy

WAIS sensitivity to sub-ice-shelf bathymetry during the last glacial
cycle: model-data convergence in the Ross Sea

Halberstadt
Ruth  Anna, Rob DeConto

ahalberstadt@umass.edu

Poster

Anna Ruth Halberstadt

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Department of Geosciences,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts 01003, USA

Delayed deglaciation of Darwin Glacier, Antarctica

Hillebrand Trevor
R., Michelle R. Koutnik, Howard Conway, John Stone, Courtney King, Brenda
Hall, Benjamin E. Smith, Mette K. Gillespie

trhille@uw.edu

Poster

 

Trevor R. Hillebrand

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Earth and Space
Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA

Impact of Weddell Sea shelf progradation on Antarctic bottom water
formation during the Miocene

Huang Xiaoxia,
Michael Stärz, Karsten Gohl, Gregor Knorr, and Gerrit Lohmann

xiaohuang@uni-potsdam.de

Poster

 

Xiaoxia Huang

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Marine and Polar Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Antarctic ice-sheet volume change during the Last Glacial Maximum using
glacial isostatic adjustment model

Ishiwa  Takeshige and Jun'ichi Okuno

ishiwa.takeshige@nipr.ac.jp

Poster

Takeshige Ishiwa

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

National Institute
for Polar Research,  Tokyo, Japan

Dynamic fluctuations of an East Antarctic outlet glacier since the
Pliocene

Jones Richard
Selwyn, Kevin Norton, Andrew Mackintosh, Jacob Anderson, Peter Kubik,
Christof Vockenhuber, Hella Wittmann, David Fink, Gary Wilson, Nicholas
Golledge, Rob McKay

richard.s.jones@durham.ac.uk

Poster

Andrew Mackintosh

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, PO Box 600, Wellington 6140, New
Zealand

Paleoclimate earth system modelling of cryosphere-ocean interactions in
the Southern Hemisphere

Keller Elizabeth,
Richard Levy, Nicholas Golledge

l.keller@gns.cri.nz

Poster

 

Elizabeth Keller

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

GNS Science, Lower
Hutt, New Zealand

Antarctic Ice Sheet
Dynamic and its response to ocean forcing

Kumar Pavan, Meenu Rani

pawan2607@gmail.com

Poster

Pavan Kumar

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Remote Sensing and
GIS, Kumaun University, Uttarakhand, India

Vast-area mapping of ice drift using Landsat 8 OLI sensor

Kumari  Neha and Bismay Ranjan Tripathy

iamneha2607@gmail.com

Poster

Neha Kumari

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Mahatama Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith university, Varanasi, U.P.,India

East Antarctic Ice Sheet dynamics and Southern Ocean paleoceanography
at the Middle Miocene Climate Transition; evidence from diatoms

Mitchison Freya,
Jennifer Pike, David Harwood, Steve Bohaty, Benjamin Skinner

mitchisonf@cardiff.ac.uk

Poster

Freya Mitchison

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

School of Earth
& Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University, UK

Palaeo Sea Ice and Climate Dynamics: Biomarker-based sea ice
reconstructions

Müller Juliane, Maria-Elena Vorrath, Oliver
Esper

juliane.mueller@awi.de

Poster

Juliane Müller

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany

Anisotropic Imaging and Crystalline Fabric properties of Whillans Ice
Stream (West Antarctica) obtained from multicomponent seismic data

Picotti Stefano, Alessandro Vuan

spicotti@inogs.it

Poster

Stefano Picotti

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale - OGS, Trieste Italy

Constraining the late Holocene retreat and possible readvance in the SW
Weddell Sea, Antarctica

Pittard Mark,
Michael Bentley, Pippa Whitehouse, Richard Hindmarsh

mark.l.pittard@durham.ac.uk

Poster

Mark Pittard

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Department of
Geography, Durham University, South Road, Durham, DH1 3LE, UK

Simple model of mélange and its influence on major retreat episodes in
a large-scale Antarctic ice sheet model

Pollard  David and Robert DeConto

pollard@essc.psu.edu

Poster

David Pollard

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Earth and
Environmental Systems Institute, Pennsylvania State University, University
Park, Pennsylvania, USA

 

Improved perceptive
of the nature and dynamics of the processes controlling the response of
Antarctic Ice Sheet

Rani Meenu, Pavan Kumar

meenurani2607@gmail.com

Poster

Meenu Rani

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

G.B. Pant Institute
of Himalayan Environment & Development, India

Erosional unconformity or non-deposition? An alternative interpretation
of the Eocene seismic stratigraphy offshore Wilkes Land, East Antarctica

Sauermilch Isabel,
Joanne Whittaker, Katharina Hochmuth, Wilfried Jokat

Isabel.Sauermilch@utas.edu.au

Poster

Isabel Sauermilch

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

University of
Tasmania, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Hobart, Australia

Sediment features across the grounding zone and beneath Ekström Ice
Shelf, East Antarctica, imaged using on-ice vibroseis

Smith Emma C.,
Reinhard DREWS, Todd EHLERS, Dieter FRANKE, Christoph GAEDICKE, Coen
HOFSTEDE, Gerhard KUHN, Astrid LAMBRECHT, Christoph MAYER, Ralf TIEDEMANN,
And Olaf EISEN

emma.smith@awi.de

Poster

Emma C. Smith

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Modeled state of the Antarctic ice sheet during the Miocene

Stap Lennert,
Johannes Sutter, Gregor Knorr, Michael Stärz, Gerrit Lohmann

lennert.stap@awi.de

Poster

Lennert Stap

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future Antarctic
ice-sheet change from models and data.

Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine
Research, Bremerhaven, Germany

Revisiting the Antarctic contribution to Last Interglacial sea level
variation; an ice sheet modeling parameter study

Sutter Johannes,
Thomas Kleiner, Gerrit Lohmann

johannes.sutter@awi.de

Poster

Johannes Sutter

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Lower troposphere thermal inversion as source of seasonal disruption in
stable water isotope profiles in the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf

Tetzner Dieter, Francisco Fernandoy

dieter.tetz@gmail.com

Poster

Dieter Tetzner

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Centre for climate
and Resilience Research, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile

Simplified Models of West Antarctic Ice Streams with Differing Boundary
Conditions

van Haastrecht
Laurine N., Nicholas Golledge, Huw Horgan

laurine.vanhaastrecht@vuw.ac.nz

Poster

Laurine N. van Haastrecht

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington

Spatial and temporal variability of sea-salts in ice cores and snow
pits from Fimbul Ice Shelf, Antarctica

Vega P.  Carmen, Elisabeth Isaksson, Dmitry V.
Divine, Elisabeth Schlosser ,Tõnu Martma, Robert Mulvaney, Anja Eichler and
Margit Schwikowski

elisabeth.isaksson@npolar.no

Poster

Elisabeth Isaksson

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Laboratory for Earth
Observations and Analyses, ENEA, Rome , Italy

Oceanic
and atmospheric response to Western Antarctic Ice Sheet Collapse during Last
Interglacial

Wang Xuezhu, Gerrit
Lohmann, Johannes Sutter

xuezhu.wang@hhu.edu.cn

Poster

Xuezhu Wang

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

College of Oceanography,
Hohai University, Nanjing, China

Ice sheet modelling of the last deglaciation

Ziemen Florian,
Virna Meccia, Marie Kapsch, Meike Bagge, Volker Klemann, Uwe Mikolajewicz

florian.ziemen@mpimet.mpg.de

Poster

Florian Ziemen

Topic 2 - Advances
in understanding the drivers, processes, and rates of past and future
Antarctic ice-sheet change from models and data.

Max Planck Institute
for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany

Plio-Pleistocene Teleconnections between the Two Poles: Emerging
Questions to address Earth’s future

Brigham-Grette
Julie, Raj Roychowdhury, Rob DeConto, Isla Castaneda, Molly Patterson, Greg
DeWet, Helen Habicht, Martin Melles, Pavel Minuk, Anatoly Lozhkin, Pat
Anderson, Andrej Andrev, Pavel Tarasov, Volker Wennich

juliebg@geo.umass.edu

Oral

Julie Brigham-Grette

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Dept of Geosciences,
UMass-Amherst, USA

Late Holocene sea ice dynamics and potential forcing mechanisms in the
Indian sector of the Southern Ocean

Crosta Xavier, Orme Lisa, Campagne
Philippine, Etourneau Johan, Swingedouw Didier, Miettinen Arto, Dunbar
Robert, Massé Guillaume, Ikehara Minoru

x.crosta@epoc.u-bordeaux1.fr

Oral

Crosta Xavier

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

EPOC, UMR CNRS 5805,
Université de Bordeaux, Pessac, France

Orbital driven Late Pliocene climate changes and their relation to ice
volume and relative sea-level change

de Boer Bas, Roderik
van de Wal, Stephen Hunter, Aisling Dolan and Alan Haywood

b.deboer@uu.nl

Oral

 

Bas de Boer

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change

Institute for Marine
and Atmospheric research Utrecht, Utrecht University, Nethelands

Using Past Ice-Sheet Dynamics to Improve Models and Predictions of
Future Sea Level

DeConto Rob, David
Pollard, Ed Gasson

deconto@geo.umass.edu

Oral

Rob DeConto

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change

University of
Massachusetts-Amherst, USA

The relative influence of precession and obliquity on Late Pliocene
(3.3-2.4 Ma) polar ice sheet dynamics and global sea-level change

Dunbar Gavin,
Georgia Grant, Tim Naish, Denise Kulhanek , Juliet Sefton, Brent Alloway

gavin.dunbar@vuw.ac.nz

Oral

Dunbar

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, 
Wellington, New Zealand

Inferring Antarctic
Ice Sheet contributions to past interglacial sea level highstands from
far-field sea level reconstructions

Dutton Andrea

No co-authors

adutton@ufl.edu

Oral

Andrea Dutton

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

University
of Florida, USA

Major advance of South Georgia glaciers during the Antarctic Cold
Reversal following extensive sub-Antarctic glaciation

Graham Alastair
G.C., Gerhard Kuhn, Ove Meisel, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Dominic A. Hodgson,
Werner Ehrmann, Lukas Wacker, Paul Wintersteller, Christian dos Santos
Ferreira, Miriam Römer, Duanne White, & GerhardBohrmann

a.graham@exeter.ac.uk

Oral

Alastair Graham

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change

College of Life and
Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK

Amplitude and frequency of Pliocene (3.2-2.6 Ma) glacio-eustatic,
sea-level fluctuations from a new shallow-marine sediment record, Whanganui
Basin, New Zealand

Grant Georgia, Tim
Naish, Gavin Dunbar, Juliet Sefton, Hugh Morgan, Bruce Hayward, Claudio
Tapia, Peter Kamp, Michelle Kominz, Paolo Stocchi, Diane Seward

 

georgia.grant@vuw.ac.nz

Oral

Georgia Grant

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

Atmosphere-ocean changes in the Pacific Southern Ocean over the past 1
Million years and implications for global climate

Lamy Frank, Helge
Arz, Oliver Esper, Rainer Gersonde, Ian Hall, Naomi Harada, Andrea Jaeschke,
Jerome Kaiser, Rolf Kilian, Gerhard Kuhn, Fabrice Lambert, Carina Lange,
Lester Lembke-Jene, Alfredo Martinez-Garcia, Ralf Tiedemann, Gisela Winckler

Frank.Lamy@awi.de

Oral

Lamy

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Alfred Wegener
Institute, Helmholtz-Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany

Laminated sediments as proxy of extreme meltwater events: the NW
Barents Sea marine record of MWP-1a

Lucchi Renata Giulia, Leonardo Sagnotti,
Angelo Camerlenghi, Patrizia Macrì, Michele Rebesco, Maria Teresa Pedrosa,
Giovanna Giorgetti

rglucchi@inogs.it

Oral

Renata G. Lucchi

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale OGS, Trieste, Italy

Grounding Line migration and ocean basal melting: competing effects in
the simulated retreat of the Storfjorden (Svalbard) ice stream during the
last deglaciation

Petrini Michele; Florence Colleoni ;Nina
Kirchner;Angelo Camerlenghi; Renato R. Colucci; Emanuele Forte; Renata G.
Lucchi; Riko Noormets; Michele Rebesco.

mpetrini@inogs.it

Oral

Michele Petrini

Topic 3 - Teleconnections,
far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change

Università di Trieste, Matematica e
Geoscienze, Trieste, Italy

Reconstructing and understanding deglacial Antarctic Ice Sheet dynamics
– novel insights and implications for future sea-level rise

Weber Michael E,
Christopher J Fogwill, Matthew DeCesare, Nicholas R. Golledge, and Peter U
Clark

mike.weber@uni-bonn.de

Oral

Michael E Weber

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change

Steinmann-Institute,
University of Bonn, Germany

Does sea-floor topography of the Southeast Indian Ridge record climate
influences?

Fujii Masakazu, Yoshifumi Nogi

fujii.masakazu@nipr.ac.jp

Poster

Masakazu Fujii

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

National Institute
of Polar Research and SOKENDAI, Japan

Southern Ocean response to Antarctic glaciation in the mid Oligocene

Huck Claire E.,
Myfanwy Wood, Diederik Liebrand, Ursula Röhl, Paul A. Wilson, Tina van de
Flierdt, and Steven M. Bohaty

S.Bohaty@noc.soton.ac.uk

Poster

Steven M. Bohaty

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Ocean and Earth
Science, National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton,  Southampton, United Kingdom

Kerguelen glacier fluctuations in pace with changes in d18O and snow accumulation from the
west Antarctic Ice core record over the last 25 000 years

Jomelli Vincent;
Vincent Favier; Irene Schimmelpfennig, Didier Swingedouw, Vincent
Rinterknecht

vincent.jomelli@lgp.cnrs.fr

Poster

Jomelli Vincent

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Université Paris 1
Pantheon-Sorbonne, CNRS Laboratoire de Géographie Physique, Meudon, France

Global climate impact of modified Antarctic Ice Sheet from two distinct
GCMs

Justino Flavio,
Douglas Lindemann, Fred Kucharski, and Frode Stordal

fjustino@ufv.br

Poster

Flavio Justino

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Department of
Agricultural Engineering, Universidade Federal de Vicosa, Vicosa, Brazil

Late Holocene sea
surface temperature reconstruction from the Conrad Rise, Southern Ocean

Orme Lisa, Arto Miettinen, Xavier  Crosta,Rahul Mohan, Minoru Ikehara

lisa.orme@npolar.no

Poster

Lisa Orme

Topic 3 - Teleconnections,
far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Norwegian Polar
Institute, Tromsø, Norway

Long-term trends in Pliocene stable isotope stratigraphy: new insights
from the southwest Pacific

Patterson Molly, Rob
McKay, Tim Naish, Rob Dunbar, Christian Ohneiser, Gary Wilson, Stella
Woodard, Helen Bostock, and Rocio Caballero-Gill

patterso@binghamton.edu

Poster

Molly Patterson

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Department of
Geological Sciences and Environmental Studies, Binghamton University, State
University of New York, Binghamton, NY, USA

Late Pliocene depositional history and paleoclimate reconstructions of
the southwest Pacific

Royce Bethany, Molly
O. Patterson, Jeffrey Pietras

broyce1@binghamton.edu

Poster

Bethany Royce

Topic 3 -
Teleconnections, far-field responses to Antarctic ice sheet change.

Department of
Geological Sciences and Environmental Studies, Binghamton University, State
University of New York, Binghamton, NY, USA

Today’s Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity – multiple signals of
long-term presence and habitat persistence

Convey 
Peter

pcon@bas.ac.uk

Oral

Peter Convey

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

Pulsed phytoplankton turnover in the Southern Ocean forced by stepwise Antarctic
cooling

Crampton James,
Rosie Cody, Richard Levy, David Harwood, Robert McKay, Tim Naish

j.crampton@gns.cri.nz

Oral

James Crampton

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

GNS Science, New
Zealand

 

Francis Jane

janefr@bas.ac.uk

Oral

Jane Francis

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

Bioavailable iron in the Southern Ocean

Lee Bridget, Jeremy
Owens, Silke Severmann, Timothy Lyons

bridget.lee@email.ucr.edu

Oral

Bridget Lee

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

University of California, Riverside, CA, USA

Cenozoic terrestrial climate change and the demise of forests on Wilkes
Land, East Antarctica

Salzmann Ulrich,
Stephanie L. Strother, Jörg Pross, Francesca Sangiorgi, Peter K. Bijl

ulrich.salzmann@northumbria.ac.uk

Oral

Ulrich Salzmann

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Department of
Geography, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University,
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Phylogeographic mismatches in guest-host relationships among Antarctic
invertebrates: a key to understand (and date) past climatic events?

Schiaparelli Stefano, Maria Chiara Alvaro,
Matteo Cecchetto, Giulia Fassio, Alice Guzzi, Marco Oliverio

stefano.schiaparelli@unige.it

Oral

Stefano Schiaparelli

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Department of Earth, Environmental and Life Sciences (DISTAV),
University of Genoa

 Genoa, Italy

Coupling of Southern Ocean climate, dust and CO2 over the past 10
million years

Seki 
Osamu

seki@pop.lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp

Oral

Osamu Seki

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Institute of Low
Temperature Science, Hokkaido University, JAPAN

Dating Antarctic ice sheet collapse: A molecular approach

Strugnell Jan M.,
Joel B. pedro, Nerida G. Wilson

jan.strugnell@jcu.edu.au

Oral

Jan M. Strugnell

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Marine Biology and
Aquaculture, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia

The imprint of Neogene and Quaternary climate filtering on contemporary
biogeographic patterns in the Antarctic lacustrine diatom biome

Verleyen Elie,
Eveline Pinseel, Bart Van de Vijver, Dominic A. Hodgson, Margaret Harper,
Alexander P. Wolfe, Adam R. Lewis, Warren Dickinson, Allan C. Ashworth, the
ANTDIAT consortium, Koen Sabbe, Wim Vyverman

 

Oral

Elie Verleyen

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Ghent University,
Protistology and Aquatic Ecology, Gent, Belgium

Preliminary analysis
of Holocene penguin-rockeries at South Shetland Islands, Antarctica

Acosta 
Carolina Hospitaleche, Javier N. Gelfo, Marcelo Reguero, Rodolfo del
Valle

regui@fcnym.unlp.edu.ar

Poster

Marcelo Reguero

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

División
Paleontología de Vertebrados, Museo de La Plata. Facultad de Ciencias
Naturales y Museo, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina

Variability in microfossil (diatom) assemblages during mid-Pliocene
glacial-interglacial cycles determined in Hole U1361A of IODP Expedition 318,
Antarctic Wilkes Land Margin

Armbrecht Linda, Vikki Lowe, Carlota
Escutia, Masao Iwai, Robert McKay, Leanne K. Armand

linda.armbrecht@mq.edu.au

Poster

Linda Armbrecht

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Department of
Biological Sciences/MQMarine, Macquarie University, Australia

Do planktonic ostracods composition and spatial distribution response
to the warming of Antarctic environment?

Błachowiak-Samołyk
Katarzyna, Luiza Bielecka, Emilia Trudnowska, Wioleta Rasmus

kasiab@iopan.gda.pl

Poster

Katarzyna Błachowiak-Samołyk

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Institute of
Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Powstańców Warszawy, Sopot, Poland

 

Application of Remote
Sensing in the
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean
Through Correlation of
Ocean-atmosphere-cryosphere interactions with Climate Variability &
Development of  Cryosphere  Climate Predicting Models (CCPM)

Goswami Virendra

vk_goswami1@rediffmail.com

Poster

Goswami Virendra

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

 

Northward migration of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current during middle
to early Pleistocene: Evidences from sediment waves on the Conrad Rise, Southern
Indian Ocean

Ikehara Minoru,
Yasuyuki Nakamura, Yusuke Suganuma

ikehara@kochi-u.ac.jp

Poster

Minoru Ikehara

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Center for Advanced
Marine Core Research, Kochi University, Japan

The modern and future large-scale atmospheric circulation over Southern
Hemisphere and Antarctic

Martazinova 
Vazira

vazira@gmail.com

Poster

Vazira Martazinova

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Ukrainian Hydrometeorological Institute, Ukraine

Long-term temperature changes at the Faraday/Vernadsky station and
related atmospheric circulation factors

Martazinova Vazira,
Oleksandr Shchehlov, Boris Beznoshchenko

aleshcheglov@gmail.com

Poster

Oleksandr Shchehlov

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Ukrainian
Hydrometeorological Institute, Ukraine

Seawater temperature and pH changes of Southern Ocean Water Masses
reconstructed from the geochemistry of Antarctic cold-water corals

Montagna Paolo, Malcolm McCulloch, Julie
Trotter, Vincenzo Ricca, Marco Taviani

paolo.montagna@bo.ismar.cnr.it

Poster

Marco Taviani

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Institute of Marine
Sciences, National Research Council, Bologna, Italy

Antarctic Near-shore and Terrestrial Observation System (ANTOS)

Peter Convey, Craig
Cary, Vonda Cummings

pcon@bas.ac.uk

Poster

Peter Convey

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

British Antarctic
Survey, Cambridge, UK

Quaternary biogenic carbonate sediments from northwestern Ross Sea
continental shelf, Antarctica: evidences from microfossils

Salvi Gianguido, Romana Melis, Ester Colizza

gsalvi@units.it

Poster

Gianguido Salvi

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Department of
Mathematics and Geosciences, University of Trieste, Italy

 

Halogen Chemistry in Southern Ocean Marine Boundary Layer

Swaleha Inamdar,
Anoop Mahajan, Liselotte Tinel

swaleha.inamdar@tropmet.res.in

Poster

Swaleha Inamdar

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Centre for Climate
Change Research, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, India

Deglacial biogenic opal peaks revealing enhanced Southern Ocean
upwelling

Zheng  Tang,
Xuefa Shi, Xu Zhang, Zhihua Chen, Min-Te Chen,
Gerrit Lohmann

tangzheng@fio.org.cn

Poster

Zheng Tang

Topic 4 -
Co-evolution of climate and life in the Antarctic & Southern Ocean.

Key Laboratory of Marine
Sedimentology and Environmental Geology, First Institute of Oceanography,
State Oceanic Administration, Qingdao 266061, China

The role of film in climate science communication

Barrett 
Peter

peter.barrett@vuw.ac.nz

Oral

Peter Barrett

Topic 5 - Emerging research
priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management opportunities
and challenges

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Antarctic Engagement to avoid an Order from Strength world

Chown 
Steven L

steven.chown@monash.edu

Oral

Steven Chown

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management
opportunities and challenges

School of Biological
Sciences, Monash University, Victoria 3800, Australia

AND  Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research,
Cambridge, UK

Reaching for the Horizon: Advancing Ice Sheet Dynamics Science

Mahlon C. Kennicutt II

mckennicutt@gmail.com

Oral

Mahlon C. Kennicutt II

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management
opportunities and challenges

 

Antarctica and the
Southern Ocean in 2067:  what future
will we choose?

Tim
Naish, Steven Rintoul Martin Sieger
t, Steven Chown Jose Xavier, Helen Fricker, Robert DeConto, Valerie
Masson-Delmotte, Mathew England, Gary Wilson, Neil Gilbert

 

Timothy.Naish@vuw.ac.nz

Oral

Tim Naish

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management
opportunities and challenges

Antarctic Research
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

The importance of building international partnership

Yeadong Kim

ydkim@kopri.re.kr

Oral

Yeadong KIm

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management
opportunities and challenges

Korea Polar Research
Institute, Incheon, Republic of Korea

 

Seafloor bathymetry in Southern Ocean and Antarctica with OGS-Explora
within the Italian Antarctic National Research Program (PNRA 1988‐2017).
OGS contribution to IBCSO compilation.

Accettella Daniela, Michele Rebesco,
Gualtiero Böhm, Martina Busetti, Andrea Cova, Marco Cuffaro, Bruno Della
Vedova, Laura De Santis, Jennifer Gales, Luca Gasperini, Chiara Sauli,
Umberta Tinivella, Nevio Zitellini.

daccettella@inogs.it

Poster

Daniela Accettella

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management
opportunities and challenges

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di
Geofisica Sperimentale - OGS, Trieste Italy

The SDLS* – A role model for success in data sharing for paleoclimate
studies

Cooper Alan, Nigel
Wardell, Frank Nitsche

akcooper@pacbell.net

Poster

Alan Cooper

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management
opportunities and challenges

USGS, Menlo Park, CA, USA

Clean-Access Hot Water Drilling Systems: a description of U.S.
capability, availability, and past successes for collaborative Antarctic
science

Harwood David,
Dennis Duling, James McManis

dharwood1@unl.edu

Poster

David Harwood

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management
opportunities and challenges

Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, University of
Nebraska-Lincoln Lincoln, NE,
USA 

Support of research vessels in the Antarctic with near-real time radar
information: an innovative service at DLR's Antarctic station GARS O’Higgins

Höppner Kathrin,
Paul Wachter, Birgit Schättler, Egbert Schwarz, Detmar Krause, Erhard
Diedrich, Christine Wesche, Michael Schröder, Karsten Gohl, Robert Metzig

kathrin.hoeppner@dlr.de

Poster

Kathrin Höppner

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management
opportunities and challenges

German Aerospace
Center (DLR), German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD), Wessling, Germany

In search of direct evidence of past retreat of the West Antarctic Ice
Sheet along eastern Ross Ice Shelf: Prospecting for deep stratigraphic targets
by shallow drilling beneath ice rises

Patterson 
Molly

patterso@binghamton.edu

Poster

Molly Patterson

Topic 5 - Emerging
research priorities of societal relevance - Science-logistics-management opportunities
and challenges

Binghamton University, Department of Geological Sciences and
Environmental Studies,
Binghamton
University, State University of New York, NY
, USA