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  List of Accepted Contributions - NP2.05/CR15 Nonlinear cryospheric dynamics (co-organized by CR) (co-listed in OS)

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Zyryanov, D.; Smirnov, V.N.
Nonlinearity behavior of the Arctic ice ridges system (withdrawn)

Schoof, CG; Clarke, GKC
Rheological nonlinearity and pattern formation in basal ice flow

Nowicki, S.; Wingham, D.
Modelling the transition zone of a marine ice sheet

Pattyn, F.
Marine ice sheet stability and grounding line dynamics

Neufeld, J.; Wettlaufer, J. S.
Convection in sea ice forced by an external shear flow

Pralong, A.
Emergence of oscillations in critical shearing, application to fractures in glaciers.

Rempel, A.
A thermo-mechanical model of frost heave

Daanen, R; Peterson, R ; Misra, D; Nicolsky, D; Epstein, H; Walker, D
Modeling self organization of non-sorted circles

Peterson, R; Krantz, W
Thermal Boundary Effects On Pattern Formation Due to Differential Frost Heave

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