A paper investigating the mass balance of East Antarctica between 2003 and 2013 has been accepted for publication in Geophysical Research Letters. A key finding is that ice mass gains in the East Antarctic Ice Sheet are less than ice … Continue reading
We have added a new ‘Resources’ page to the website – http://www.globalmass.eu/resources/.
It provides a comprehensive set of links to online resources relevant to the GlobalMass project, with a focus on websites, research, news and visualisations about global sea … Continue reading
Zhe Sha participated in the Jean Golding Institute’s (JGI) ‘Famous for 3 minutes’ event on 14th March 2017. This was a networking event for sharing with others ‘Data-intensive research and me’ stories in just 3 minutes. The objective is to … Continue reading
Three of our project team attended the ERC10 @ UOB event in Bristol on 13th March 2017. The event was organised by the University of Bristol to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the European Research Council (ERC) with an … Continue reading
We have a job opportunity for someone with a glaciology and EO background:
Research Associate position in polar remote sensing, researching sea level variations (job number ACAD102449), Bristol Glaciology Centre, University of Bristol
This post requires a background in glaciology … Continue reading
We have now appointed an oceanographer to the team: William Llovel. He has worked at CERFACS and LEGOS in Toulouse and also with the oceanography group at JPL. We are excited to have him join the team at the … Continue reading
We presented a poster at the American Geosciences Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2016 in San Francisco in December 2016 which gave an overview of the project and some results from a proof of concept study using the same methods for … Continue reading
GlobalMass has been underway for about 3 months now and we are the final stage of recruiting our team. So far we have Alba Martín-Español covering the land ice component (she worked on the proof of concept project applying the … Continue reading
Jonathan Bamber gave an overview presentation about the project and some results from the proof of concept study – RATES, which used the same methods for Antarctica – at the PALSEA 2016 meeting in Oregon, USA.
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