ice2ice is again very well represented at EGU

Again this year ice2ice is very will be very well represented at European Geophysical Union meeting running from 8-14th of April in Vienna. Below some of the sessions, presentations and posters that will be presented or is co-authored by ice2ice. But please do keep updated at


Mon, 09 Apr

 CR1.6The Antarctic Ice Sheet: past, present and future contributions towards global sea level PICO08:30–10:00PICO spot 4
EGU2018-1964 Antarctic snow accumulation over the past 200 years by Elizabeth Thomas, Brooke Medley, Melchior van Wessem, Elisabeth Isaksson, Elisabeth Schlosser, Paul Vallelonga, Jan Lenaerts, Nancy Bertler, and Michiel van den Broeke

Mon, 09 Apr

You have selected presentations in the following Sessions:

  • CL5.02/AS5.7/BG1.38/GD10.9/GI0.5/GM2.10/GMPV10.9/HS11.25/NH11.1/NP9.4/OS4.14/PS6.4/SM7.04/SSP1.12/SSS13.12/ST4.8/TS11.9, PICO, PICO spot 5a
  • CR5.3, Orals, Room N1
CL5.02/AS5.7/BG1.38/GD10.9/GI0.5/GM2.10/GMPV10.9/HS11.25/NH11.1/NP9.4/OS4.14/PS6.4/SM7.04/SSP1.12/SSS13.12/ST4.8/TS11.9,The development of geoscientific modelling (co-organized) PICO15:30–17:00PICO spot 5a
EGU2018-7122 A Fast Versatile Ocean Simulator (Veros) in Pure Python by Dion Häfner, René Løwe Jacobsen, Carsten Eden, Mads R.B. Kristensen, Markus Jochum, Roman Nuterman, and Brian Vinter
 CR5.3Subglacial Environments of Ice Sheets and Glaciers Orals15:30–17:00Room N1
16:15–16:30 EGU2018-7498 The effect of subglacial hydrology when assessing the impact of geothermal heat flux on sliding and ice dynamics by Silje Smith-Johnsen, Basile de Fleurian, and Kerim Nisancioglu

Mon, 09 Apr

 CL0.00Open Session on Climate: Past, Present and Future Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5
X5.240 EGU2018-9787 Early Holocene establishment of the Barents Sea Arctic front by Bjørg Risebrobakken and Sarah M. Berben
 CL1.02Studying the climate of the last two millennia Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5
X5.264 EGU2018-6586 Sclerochronologic and oxygen isotope analysis of growth increments in the bivalve Arctica islandica from the Southwest Icelandic Shelf by Carin Andersson, Vilde Melvik, Fabian Bonitz, and Tamara Trofimova
X5.267 EGU2018-12415 Temperature reconstructions for the Faroese region based on the analysis of the d18O signal in Arctica islandica shells by Fabian Bonitz, Carin Andersson, and Tamara Trofimova
 CL4.10Arctic climate change: governing mechanisms and global implications Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5
X5.346 EGU2018-10916 The fate of the NAO in a very long climate change simulation by Martin Stendel, Shuting Yang, Peter Langen, Christian Rodehacke, Ruth Mottram, and Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen
 CR1.1State of the Cryosphere: Observations and Modelling Posters17:30–19:00Hall X4
X4.13 EGU2018-15488 Polar Portal – See changes in the Arctic as they occur by Martin Stendel, Peter Langen, Jason Box, Louise Sandberg Sørensen, and Thomas Ingeman-Nielsen
 CR1.4Glaciers and ice caps under climate change Posters17:30–19:00Hall X4
X4.30 EGU2018-14812 Sensitivity of runoff from Vatnajökull, Iceland, to spring snow cover by Louise Steffensen Schmidt, Guðfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir, Peter Langen, Finnur Palsson, Sverrir Guðmundsson, and Andri Gunnarsson

Tue, 10 Apr

 OS1.1Open Session on General Circulation, Ocean Climate Variability and Air-Sea Interactions (including Fridtjof Nansen Medal Lecture) Orals08:30–10:00Room N1
08:45–09:00 EGU2018-12068 A geometric interpretation of vertical structure and eddy-mean flow interaction in the Southern Ocean by Mads Bruun Poulsen, Markus Jochum, James R. Maddison, David P. Marshall, and Roman Nuterman

Tue, 10 Apr

 CR1.8/CL1.16The Quest for Oldest Ice (co-organized) PICO15:30–17:00PICO spot 3
EGU2018-12782 Coupling water isotope firn diffusion to a fork of the Community Firn Modelby Vasileios Gkinis, Christian Holme, Bo Vinther, Emma Kahle, and Eric Steig

Tue, 10 Apr

You have selected presentations in the following Sessions:

  • AS1.35, Posters, Hall X5
  • CR1.3/CL1.26/GM9.5, Posters, Hall X4
 AS1.35Dynamical coupling between the stratosphere and the troposphere Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5
X5.89 EGU2018-6474 The QBO/ENSO connection in climate models by Bo Christiansen, Federico Serva, Shuting Yang, and Chiara Cagnazzo
 CR1.3/CL1.26/GM9.5Reconstructing paleo ice dynamics: Comparing and combining field-based evidence and numerical modeling (co-organized) Posters17:30–19:00Hall X4
X4.16 EGU2018-4323 Fast retreat of a marine outlet glacier in western Norway at the last glacial termination by Henning Åkesson, Richard Gyllencreutz, Jan Mangerud, John Inge Svendsen, Faezeh M. Nick, and Kerim H. Nisancioglu

Tue, 10 Apr

 TM6Scientific integrity in a politically challenged world 19:00–20:00Room L4/5


Wed, 11 Apr
 CL1.18Proxy system modelling and data assimilation in paleoclimatology Orals08:30–10:00Room 0.94
09:15–09:30 EGU2018-12472 How informative are SST proxy data in paleoceanographic inverse modeling? – Insights from comprehensive uncertainty quantification by Nora Loose, Patrick Heimbach, and Kerim H. Nisancioglu
Wed, 11 Apr

You have selected presentations in the following Sessions:

  • CL1.21, Orals, Room F2
  • CR1.2/CL4.19, Orals, Room L3
  • GD8.1/CR6.4/SM4.12/SSP2.18/TS1.6, Orals, Room -2.47
 CL1.21On the dynamics of Dansgaard-Oeschger events; perspectives from paleoclimate data and modeling (including Hans Oeschger Medal Lecture and CL Division Outstanding ECS Lecture) Orals13:30–15:00Room F2
13:30–13:45 EGU2018-1989 Climatic teleconnections during the last ice age: postcards and text messages from the North Atlantic by Christo Buizert, Michael Sigl, Mirko Severi, Bradley Markle, Joseph McConnell, Joel Pedro, Justin Wettstein, Harald Sodemann, Kumiko Goto-Azuma, Kenji Kawamura, Shuji Fujita, Hideaki Motoyama, Motohiro Hirabayashi, Ryu Uemura, Barbara Stenni, Frédéric Parrenin, Feng He, Tyler Fudge, and Eric Steig
13:45–14:00 EGU2018-10494 Relative timing of precipitation and ocean circulation changes in the western equatorial Atlantic over the last 45 ky by Claire Waelbroeck, Sylvain Pichat, Bryan C. Lougheed, Evelyn Böhm, Lise Missiaen, Mathieu Vrac, Natalia Vazquez Riveiros, Pierre Burckel, Jörg Lippold, Helge Arz, Trond Dokken, François Thil, and Arnaud Dapoigny
14:00–14:15 EGU2018-14136 Testing the assumption of synchronous Dansgaard Oeschger events in ice cores and speleothems: Linking GICC05 to the U/Th timescale via cosmogenic radionuclide records by Florian Adolphi, Tobias Erhardt, Christopher Bronk-Ramsey, and Raimund Muscheler
14:15–14:30 EGU2018-16354 Glacial Climate Stability: Pathway to understand abrupt glacial climate shiftsby Xu Zhang, Gregor Knorr, Steve Barker, and Gerrit Lohmann
14:30–14:45 EGU2018-11230 Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles as a mode of internal climate variability by Heather Andres and Lev Tarasov
14:45–15:00 EGU2018-18793 DO-like oscillation under limited range of CO2 and freshwater forcing by Ayako Abe-Ouchi, Wing-Le Chan, Sam Tadano-Sherriff, Takashi Obase, Akira Oka, Masa Yoshimori, Kenji Kawamura, and Takahito Mitsui
 CR1.2/CL4.19Modelling ice sheets and glaciers and ice-climate interactions (co-organized) Orals13:30–15:00Room L3
13:30–13:45 EGU2018-14615 Modeling Greenland ice sheet evolution during the Plio-Pleistocene transition: new constraints for pCO2 pathway by Ning Tan, Jean-Baptiste Ladant, Gilles Ramstein, Christophe Dumas, Paul Bachem, and Eystein Jansen
13:45–14:00 EGU2018-8693 Simulated Eemian Greenland Surface Mass Balance shows strong sensitivity to SMB model choice by Andreas Plach, Kerim Hestnes Nisancioglu, and Sebastien Le clec’h
 GD8.1/CR6.4/SM4.12/SSP2.18/TS1.6The Arctic connection – geodynamic, geologic and oceanographic development of the Arctic (co-organized) Orals13:30–15:00Room -2.47
13:30–13:45 EGU2018-17845 Impact of basaltic sills on sedimentary host rocks in the High Arctic Large Igneous Province by Frances M. Deegan, Jean H. Bédard, Valentin R. Troll, Keith Dewing, Steve E. Grasby, Hamed Sanei, Chris Harris, Chris Yakymchuck, Sean R. Sheih, Carmela Freda, Valeria Misiti, Silvio Mollo, Harri Geiger, and Carol A. Evenchick
13:45–14:00 EGU2018-5122 Fault activity and diapirism in the Mississippian to Late Cretaceous Sverdrup Basin: New insights into the tectonic evolution of the Canadian Arctic by Berta Lopez Mir, Peter Hulse, and Simon Schneider
14:00–14:15 EGU2018-3865 An overview of the Greenland cross-shelf glaciations by Lara F. Pérez, Tove Nielsen, Paul C. Knutz, Julia C. Hofmann, and Katrien Heirman
14:15–14:30 EGU2018-19462 Oblique opening and mantle exhumation in the western Eurasia Basin, Arctic Ocean by Kai Berglar, Rüdiger Lutz, Dieter Franke, Ingo Heyde, Bernd Schreckenberger, Peter Klitzke, Wolfram Geissler, and Volkmar Damm
14:30–14:45 EGU2018-12480 Improved location estimates for seismicity along the northern North Atlantic Ridge by Steven J. Gibbons, Valérie Maupin, Christian Grude Kolstad, Tormod Kværna, and Asbjørn Johan Breivik
14:45–15:00 EGU2018-6083 Weakened lithosphere beneath Greenland inferred from effective elastic thickness: A hotspot effect? by Rebekka Steffen, Pascal Audet, and Björn Lund
Wed, 11 Apr
 CL1.21On the dynamics of Dansgaard-Oeschger events; perspectives from paleoclimate data and modeling (including Hans Oeschger Medal Lecture and CL Division Outstanding ECS Lecture) Orals15:30–17:00Room F2
15:30–15:45 EGU2018-12467 Improving the simulation of the Northern Hemisphere ice-sheet response to millennial-scale climate variability by Marisa Montoya, Rubén Banderas, Jorge Álvarez-Solas, and Alexander Robinson
15:45–16:00 EGU2018-16393 Evidence for dynamic changes in the subpolar gyre during Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles by Andreas Born and Camille Li
16:00–17:00 EGU2018-1891 Dansgaard-Oeschger events: rapid, rare and unexpected!? by Hubertus Fischer
Wed, 11 Apr

You have selected presentations in the following Sessions:

  • CL1.21, Posters, Hall X5
  • CL4.09, Posters, Hall X5
  • CR5.4/OS1.16, Posters, Hall X5
  • GD8.1/CR6.4/SM4.12/SSP2.18/TS1.6, Posters, Hall X2
 CL1.21On the dynamics of Dansgaard-Oeschger events; perspectives from paleoclimate data and modeling (including Hans Oeschger Medal Lecture and CL Division Outstanding ECS Lecture) Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5
X5.257 EGU2018-958 Changes in wetland exposure during Dansgaard-Oeschger events 19-21 suggested by atmospheric methane and temperature records from the Eastern Greenland RECAP ice core by Diana Vladimirova, Bo Vinther, Paul Vallelonga, Vasileios Gkinis, Todd Sowers, Helle Kjaer, Remi Dallmayr, Emilie Capron, Sune Rasmussen, Alexey Ekaykin, and Thomas Blunier
X5.258 EGU2018-2551 Beyond the bipolar seesaw: toward a process understanding of interhemispheric coupling by Joel Pedro, Markus Jochum, Christo Buizert, Feng He, Stephen Barker, and Sune Rasmussen
X5.259 EGU2018-9221 The role of glacial sea ice variability in the Norwegian Sea during abrupt Dansgaard-Oeschger climate changes by Henrik Sadatzki, Trond M. Dokken, Sarah M. P. Berben, Francesco Muschitiello, Ruediger Stein, Kirsten Fahl, Laurie Menviel, Axel Timmermann, and Eystein Jansen
X5.260 EGU2018-16904 Deep-water temperature change across ‘Heinrich-events’ and its implications for inter-hemispheric coupling via the thermal bipolar seesaw by Luke Skinner, Lauren Broadfield, Salima Souanef-Ureta, and Mervyn Greaves
X5.261 EGU2018-10827 Paleo Arctic sea ice evolution during DO events 7 to 10: a multidisciplinary approach. by Federico Scoto, Carlo Barbante, Alfonso Saiz-Lopez, Paul Vallelonga, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, and Andrea Spolaor
X5.262 EGU2018-14808 Investigating ice sheet instabilities and abrupt climate change with a fully coupled ice sheet – climate model by Aurélien Quiquet, Didier M. Roche, and Christophe Dumas
X5.263 EGU2018-15543 Interaction between ocean circulation and sea ice explains Dansgaard-Oeschger events by Niklas Boers, Michael Ghil, and Denis-Didier Rousseau
X5.264 EGU2018-13449 Large changes in sea ice and climate triggered by small changes in Atlantic water temperature by Mari F. Jensen and Kerim H. Nisancioglu
X5.265 EGU2018-9298 External control or pure randomness of Dansgaard-Oeschger events? by Johannes Lohmann and Peter Ditlevsen
X5.266 EGU2018-7741 Oceanic control on the existence and stability of a Nordic Seas sea ice cover by Jonathan Rheinlaender and David Ferreira
X5.267 EGU2018-18685 Mapping Greenland glacial climate using ice cores and models by Anne-Katrine Faber, Bo Møllesøe Vinther, Sindhu Vudayagiri, and Chuncheng Guo
X5.268 EGU2018-4730 Dynamical sequence of ocean, atmosphere, and sea ice changes during an abrupt stadial-to-interstadial climate transition by Chuncheng Guo and Kerim Nisancioglu
X5.269 EGU2018-18789 Key roles of sea ice-atmosphere feedback in inducing contrasting modes of glacial AMOC and climate by Sam Sherriff-Tadano and Ayako Abe-Ouchi
X5.270 EGU2018-3294 Simulated DO-like AMOC transitions driven by salt-oscillations and interactions with the North Atlantic subpolar gyre by Marlene Klockmann, Uwe Mikolajewicz, and Jochem Marotzke
 CL4.09Processes and impacts of climate and ocean changes in the Arctic-subartic and the North Atlantic – from past to future: Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5
X5.350 EGU2018-11937 Millennial-scale changes in oceanic influence on the northern Barents Sea deglaciation and environments over the last termination by Elena Ivanova, Ivar Murdmaa, Anne de Vernal, Bjørg Risebrobakken, Sergey Pisarev, Camille Brice, and Alexander Peyve
 CR5.4/OS1.16Ice shelves and tidewater glaciers – dynamics, interactions, observations, modelling (co-organized) Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5
X5.406 EGU2018-10732 Highly temporally resolved response to seasonal surface melt of the Zachariae and 79N outlet glaciers in northeast Greenland by Nicholas Rathmann, Christine Hvidberg, Anne Solgaard, Anders Grinsted, Hilmar Gudmundsson, Peter Langen, Kristian Nielsen, and Anders Kusk
 GD8.1/CR6.4/SM4.12/SSP2.18/TS1.6The Arctic connection – geodynamic, geologic and oceanographic development of the Arctic (co-organized) Posters17:30–19:00Hall X2


Thu, 12 Apr

You have selected presentations in the following Sessions:

  • IE2.1/NP3.4/AS1.8/CL2.08/CR1.9/OS1.20/ST4.7, Orals, Room N2
  • AS3.21, Orals, Room 0.11
  • CL1.15, Orals, Room E2
 IE2.1/NP3.4/AS1.8/CL2.08/CR1.9/OS1.20/ST4.7Climate Variability Across Scales and Climate States (co-organized) Orals08:30–10:00Room N2
08:30–08:45 EGU2018-10339 On scale break in the climate spectrum at glacial time scales by Peter Ditlevsen, Michel Crucifix, and Takahito Mitsu
08:45–09:00 EGU2018-18392 At which spatiotemporal scales, and in which climate states, can the linear temperature response hypothesis be rejected by data? by Hege-Beate Fredriksen, Martin Rypdal, and Kristoffer Rypdal
09:00–09:15 EGU2018-7391 Low-frequency variability of wintertime Euro-Atlantic planetary wave-breakingby Gabriele Messori, Paolo Davini, M. Carmen Alvarez-Castro, Francesco S. R. Pausata, Pascal Yiou, and Rodrigo Caballero
09:15–09:30 EGU2018-8085 Observational constrains reduce the increases of summertime temperature variance in CMIP5 projections by Duo Chan, Alison Cobb, and David Battisti
Statistical Methods
09:30–09:45 EGU2018-17995 Time-scale dependent estimation of spatial degrees of freedom by Torben Kunz and Thomas Laepple
09:45–10:00 EGU2018-12977 A statistical significance test for sea-level variability by Daniele Castellana, Henk A. Dijkstra, and Fred W. Wubs
 AS3.21Halogens in the Troposphere Orals08:30–10:00Room 0.11
08:30–08:45 EGU2018-6262 Iodine levels in the North Atlantic since the mid-20th century by Carlos Alberto Cuevas, Niccolò Maffezzoli, Juan Pablo Corella, Andrea Spolaor, Paul Vallelonga, Helle Astrid Kjær, Marius Simonsen, Mai Winstrup, Bo Vinther, Christopher Horvat, Rafael Pedro Fernandez, Douglas Kinnison, Jean-François Lamarque, Carlo Barbante, and Alfonso Saiz-Lopez
 CL1.15Diagnosing past climate mechanisms through the Integration of Ice core, MArine and TErrestrial records Orals08:30–10:00Room E2
09:15–09:30 EGU2018-165 Northern origin of western tropical Atlantic deep waters during Heinrich Stadials by Natalia Vazquez Riveiros, Claire Waelbroeck, Didier Roche, Santiago Moreira, Pierre Burckel, Fabien Dewilde, Luke Skinner, Helge Arz, Evelyn Boehm, and Trond Dokken
Thu, 12 Apr
 IE2.1/NP3.4/AS1.8/CL2.08/CR1.9/OS1.20/ST4.7Climate Variability Across Scales and Climate States (co-organized) Orals10:30–12:00Room N2
10:30–10:45 EGU2018-500 Inferring Variability from Paleoclimate Time Series by Raphael Hébert and Kira Rehfeld
10:45–11:00 EGU2018-1079 How wrong are climate field reconstruction techniques in reconstructing a climate with long-range memory? by Tine Nilsen, Johannes P. Werner, and Dmitry V. Divine
Impact of Seasonality
11:00–11:15 EGU2018-2501 Seasonal cycle effects on tropical climate variability by Axel Timmermann and Malte Stuecker
11:15–11:30 EGU2018-1299 How predictable are human-induced changes in the seasonal cycle of surface temperature? by Vineel Yettella and Mark England
11:30–11:45 EGU2018-5785 Northern Hemisphere summer season lengthening at 1.5 and 2.0 degree global warming by Bo-Joung Park and Seung-Ki Min
11:45–12:00 EGU2018-9712 Robust changes in tropical rainy season length at 1.5°C by Fahad Saeed, Ingo Bethke, Hideo Shiogama, Erich Fischer, and Carl-Friedrich Schleussner
Thu, 12 Apr

You have selected presentations in the following Sessions:

  • IE2.1/NP3.4/AS1.8/CL2.08/CR1.9/OS1.20/ST4.7, Posters, Hall X4
  • CL1.15, Posters, Hall X5
  • CR1.5/AS4.6, Posters, Hall X5
 IE2.1/NP3.4/AS1.8/CL2.08/CR1.9/OS1.20/ST4.7Climate Variability Across Scales and Climate States (co-organized) Posters17:30–19:00Hall X4
CL1.15Diagnosing past climate mechanisms through the Integration of Ice core, MArine and TErrestrial records Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5
X4.353 EGU2018-4584 The seasonal signal of the East Greenland area – a perspective through the water stable isotopes of ice cores from Renland by Christian Holme, Bo Møllesøe Vinther, and Vasileios Gkinis

X5.265EGU2018-1116 Inferences from the total air content measurements of RECAP ice core by Sindhu Vudayagiri, Thomas Blunier, Bo Møllesøe Vinther, Johannes Freitag, and Tetsuro Taranczewski

 CR1.5/AS4.6Atmosphere – Cryosphere interaction (co-organized) Posters17:30–19:00Hall X5

X5.437EGU2018-16120 Changes in Surface Energy Budget and Firn Structure on the Accumulation Area of the Greenland Ice Sheet Revealed by Weather Station Observations and Modelling by Baptiste Vandecrux, Robert Fausto, Peter Langen, Dirk van As, Michael MacFerrin, William Colgan, Thomas Ingeman-Nielsen, Konrad Steffen, Nina Jensen, Mette Møller, and Jason Box


Fri, 13 Apr
 GMPV6.1/AS3.32/CL5.22/NH2.7Volcanic Ash – Generation, Transport, Impacts and Applications (co-organized) Orals10:30–12:00Room G1
11:00–11:15 EGU2018-6808 Linking Greenland to the Pacific northwest with the Khangar Tephra. First identification of cryptotephra from the Kamchatka Peninsula in a Greenland ice core. by Eliza Cook, Maxim Portnyagin, Vera Ponomareva, Lilia Bazanova, Anders Svensson, and Dieter Garbe-Schönberg
Fri, 13 Apr
 CL5.06Regional climate modeling, including CORDEX Orals15:30–17:00Room F2
15:30–15:45 EGU2018-17581 Regional Climate Change for Europe; From PRUDENCE and ENSEMBLES to CORDEX – a consistent story by Jens H. Christensen, Morten A. D. Larsen, Ole B. Christensen, Martin Stendel, and Martin Drews | Highlight