Greenland Ice Sheet Stability: Lessons from the Past

Apr 19 2023
19-21 April 2023
Bergen, Norway

Workshop summary:

Tackling the topic of Greenland Ice Sheet stability requires input from a range of disciplines that encompass both paleodata generation (ice and climate history) and numerical ice sheet modeling.

We wish to gather a community of diverse experts, including early career scientists, to bring different datasets and approaches together to see if consensus can be reached on the current state of knowledge of Greenland Ice Sheet history and sensitivity to climate forcing.

The goal of this workshop is to (a) synthesize the current state of knowledge and (b) develop key research priorities that will help guide future efforts to make significant traction on the problem of Greenland Ice Sheet stability. The aim of the workshop organizers is to work with the community on a manuscript to be submitted following the workshop.

Organizing Committee:

Camilla Andresen, Andreas Born, Jason Briner, Heiko Goelzer, Kelly Hogan, Robert Law, Kerim Nisancioglu, Therese Rieckh