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  Poster Programme - CR13 Modelling ice sheets and glaciers

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Convener: Hindmarsh, R.
Co-Convener: Pattyn, F.

Author in Attendance:

Friday, 7 April 2006 10:30 - 12:00
Display Time: Friday, 7 April 2006 08:00 -
Friday, 7 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: HINDMARSH, R.

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EGU06-A-02893;  CR13-1FR2P-0292
Belmaggio, P.; Corti, G.; Folco, L.; Zeoli, A.
Physical modeling of glaciodyanmics at frontier mountain, antarctica: testing the importance of ablation on ice flow and meteorite exhumation

EGU06-A-06420;  CR13-1FR2P-0293
De Smedt, B.; de Groen, P.; Pattyn, F.
Inverse modelling of basal friction using a 2D higher-order ice-flow model

EGU06-A-10464;  CR13-1FR2P-0294
Hindmarsh, RCA
A rheological-climatological threshold for the existence of steady marine ice-sheet grounding line positions

EGU06-A-02902;  CR13-1FR2P-0295
Deponti, A.; Corti, G.; Zeoli, A.
Numeric and analogue modelling of ice flow model: a preliminary comparison study

EGU06-A-03816;  CR13-1FR2P-0296
Gillet-Chaulet, F.; Gagliardini, 0.; Ruokolainen, J.; Zwinger, T.; Meyssonnier, J.
Some effects of anisotropy on ice-flows

EGU06-A-05520;  CR13-1FR2P-0297
Huyghe, A.; Pattyn, F.; Huybrechts, Ph.
Testing numerical techniques to solve the mass continuity equation in a coupled ice-sheet / ice-shelf model

EGU06-A-00459;  CR13-1FR2P-0298
Jarosch, A.H.; Gudmundsson, M.T.
Full stokes ice models as a tool to estimate heat source properties underneath ice

EGU06-A-05335;  CR13-1FR2P-0299
Khazendar, A.; Rignot, E.
Spatial ice rigidity distribution of Larsen B before its disintegration (cancelled)

EGU06-A-00184;  CR13-1FR2P-0300
Konovalov, Yu.; Nagornov, O.
The Grigoriev ice cap front flow as indicator of glaciers degradation in Tien-Shan (Central Asia)

EGU06-A-03079;  CR13-1FR2P-0301
Parrenin, F. ; Hindmarsh, R.; Rémy, F.
Analytical solutions for the effect of topography, accumulation rate and lateral flow divergence on isochrone layer geometry

EGU06-A-04969;  CR13-1FR2P-0302
Pattyn, F.; Payne, A.J.
Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Project: Benchmark Experiments for Higher-Order Ice Sheet Models (ISMIP-HOM)

EGU06-A-06157;  CR13-1FR2P-0303
Schäfer, M.; Le Meur, E.
A new numerical scheme for a two-dimensional shallow ice-flow model applied to an alpine glacier

EGU06-A-02367;  CR13-1FR2P-0305
van den Berg, J.; van de Wal, R.S.W; Oerlemans, J.
Dimension analysis as a tool to explain numerical inaccuracies in ice sheet modelling

EGU06-A-05531;  CR13-1FR2P-0306
Zwinger, T.; Gagliardini, O.; Greve, R.
A model including compressible firn applied to crater glacier flow simulation

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