GLIMS: Global Land Ice Measurements from Space
Monitoring the World's Changing Glaciers
Immediately before the International Glaciological Society (IGS) Symposium on "Polar Ice, Polar Climate, Polar Change", the GLIMS (Global Land Ice Measurements from Space) community will conduct a workshop to foster involvement from the community in glacier mapping and to improve our responsiveness to the community. The workshop is co-sponsored by the International Association of Cryospheric Sciences (IACS). Further information is below.
The IGS symposium's focus is on high latitudes, where there are many glaciers and ice caps treated by the GLIMS community and which are of high scientific interest (e.g. the surging Vavilov ice cap). We hope to have the participation of many of the attendees of this IGS symposium.
Please notify us of interest in attending this workshop by sending a note to braup @ nsidc.org
Thanks for your interest in GLIMS, and we hope to see you in Boulder in August.
The GLIMS Core Team: