The GlobalMass project was well represented at the European Geophysical Union (EGU) 2020: Sharing Geosciences Online virtual meeting, held earlier this month. We shared results in four online displays:
(1) A revised sea level budget equation to accurately represent physical processes driving sea level rise – presented by Bramha Dutt Vishwakarma
(2) Antarctic Peninsula mass trends from 2003 – 2016 using a Bayesian hierarchical model approach – presented by Stephen Chuter
(3) Interpretation and Analysis of Projected Ice Sheet Contributions from a Structured Expert Judgement – presented by Jonathan Bamber
(4) Spatio-temporal decomposition of geophysical signals in North America – presented by Aiobheann Brady
EGU2020: Sharing Geosciences Online (#shareEGU20) was held from 4-8 May and replaced the regular annual physical General Assembly in Vienna. It was the largest-ever virtual geoscience meeting, bringing together thousands of Earth, planetary and space scientists from around the world onto one online platform to present and discuss their latest findings. Sharing Geoscience Online was free for all participants, including journalists, freelance science writers and public information officers from around the world.