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(no subject) [Apr. 27th, 2007|02:09 pm]
Glaciology

kobrenok
Hi! I am not a geographer, geologist or glaciologist.
I am a 5th year student of Moscow state University and I am studying physics(optics).
I am really fond of mountains. I like snowboaring and mountaineering.
So now I am looking for some positions to study or to work in modern researches,being useful for nature and people. And I want to combaine my professoin (Physics-optics) and mountaines.
But the problem is that I have no idea where I could find positions wich could be some how similar to my dream.
Maybe some of you could advise me smth. or give some links to usefull information.
Thank you for help)
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Question [Jan. 25th, 2007|01:14 pm]
Glaciology

begundan
Does anyone know what these are called and/or how they are formed?

I know that's not a glacier and not really related either, but this community can tolerate one offtop :). Thanks.
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AGU/EGU [Nov. 27th, 2006|01:32 pm]
Glaciology

ice_queen82
Well I forgot this community was here...

Is anyone going to AGU?
Or indeed EGU (abstract deadline 15th Jan)?
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(no subject) [Apr. 2nd, 2006|01:03 pm]
Glaciology

rwcactusprick
Greetings Glaciologists: There has been a lot of hype lately about melting ice caps and global warming. My question to this community is what does the glacial record have to say about the ice cap record over the last 10,000 yrs? I am a little familiar with Greenland ice core studies that indicate that polar ice caps are well within the norms of Holocene change.
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Cryosat 2 [Feb. 24th, 2006|05:02 pm]
Glaciology

ice_queen82
[Current Mood |cheerfulcheerful]

Good news for the glaciological community:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4745168.stm
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International Glaciological Society conferences [Feb. 15th, 2006|01:54 pm]
Glaciology

ice_queen82
[Current Mood |workingworking]

Hey everyone,
Is anyone going to the IGS symposium on Cryospheric Indicators of Global Climate Change in Cambridge in August? Or indeed the one on Earth and Planetary Ice-Volcano Interactions in Reykjavik in June? (I'm very jealous if you're going to that one!).
The abstract deadline for Cambridge is on Feb 28th...
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Intro [Jan. 16th, 2006|05:29 pm]
Glaciology

mehitabelmmoss
Hi- I'm not a student but I love mountains and geology and have a special fascination for glaciers. I'm a mountaineer mostly so I can spend time in glaciers.

I think it all started when my Dad took me and my sister on a trip up Mt Rainier in 1969, the summer of love. We spent 4 days practicing crevasse rescue before summitting and I became hypnotized by the living, beautiful, and dangerous glacier. At 52, I am mountaineering again and spending as much time on the glacier as possible.

And anyone doing a field study that needs enthusiastic amateurs to help out, let me know.

So what a great idea for a community. I'm eager to learn.
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EGU [Jan. 3rd, 2006|01:11 am]
Glaciology

ice_queen82
[Current Mood |awakeawake]

Hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Year!

Is anyone going to EGU General Assembly in Vienna in April? What sessions? The abstract deadline is a week on Friday, January 13th...
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Welcome [Dec. 9th, 2005|02:07 pm]
Glaciology

ice_queen82
[Current Mood |optimisticoptimistic]

Welcome to glaciology!

I thought I'd set up a glaciology community for news and discussion...

I'd also recommend subscribing to Cryolist and ArcticInfo.

Any thoughts to get us started?
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