Invite to ACE
ACE is a global research initiative that has actually outgrown the ANTOSTRAT (ANTarctic Offshore STRATigraphy) job. ANTOSTRAT orginated in 1990 가슴성형 비용
as an offshoot job of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) Group of Professionals on the Development of Cenozoic Paleoenvironments of the Southern High Latitudes. The ANTOSTRAT program officially pertained to an end in July 2002. The goal of ACE is to continue the study of Antarctic environment and glacial history through paleoclimate and ice sheet modeling research studies, actively integrated with geological examinations of the proxy record of ancient Antarctic environments and ice sheets. ACE is now an official SCAR program. A more total intro to ACE 整形
can be found here.
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Intro to ACE
ACE is among the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Study (SCAR) Science Programs considering that 2004. ACE is an international research study initiative to study the climate and glacial history of 美容外科
Antarctica through palaeoclimate and ice-sheet modelling investigations, actively integrated with geological evidence for previous modifications.
The Antarctic 가슴성형 효과
ice sheet has actually existed, according to numerous scientists, for around 35 million years, ウォンジン整形外科
however it has actually changed significantly and has actually been among the significant driving forces for modifications in worldwide sea level and environment throughout the Cenozoic Era. The spatial scale and temporal pattern of these changes has, nevertheless, been the topic of considerable dispute. Decision of the scale and rapidity of the action ナナ美容外科
of large ice masses to weather requiring is of vital importance, since ice-volume variations lead to changing global sea levels on a scale of tens of metres or more. It is therefore essential to assess the stability of the cryosphere under a warming environment (IPCC 2001), especially as ice-core ID美容外科
records have actually yielded evidence of a strong connection between CO2 in the environment and palaeotemperatures. This issue is warranted when CO2 levels are compared to those of the past. Since Antarctica is a significant chauffeur 美容整形外科
of Earth’s climate and water level, much effort has actually been expended in deriving models of its behaviour. A few of these models have been effectively validated versus modern conditions. Modelling the past record of ice-sheet behaviour in action to changes in environment (inferred from sedimentary facies 美容外科オススメ
and seismic information), palaeoceanographic conditions (inferred from palaeoecology and proxy ocean environment indications) and palaeogeography (as taped in landscape development) is整形ツアー
the next step.
The ACE program intends to assist in research in the broad area of 배꼽성형
Antarctic environment advancement. The program will connect geophysical studies and geological studies on and around the Antarctic 韓国整形ツアー
continent with ice-sheet and environment modelling studies. These research studies are created to examine climate and ice sheet behaviour in both the current and distant geologic past, including times when worldwide temperature was numerous degrees warmer than today. The ACE science plan depends upon a series of regional field programmes. Some of these have actually been completed, 整形ブログ
are now in progress, or are still in the planning stage. Examples of programs from which data beneficial for ACE research study will be gathered include: Ocean Drilling Program Legs 178 and 188 (1997, 2000); Cape Roberts Task (1997-1999); ANDRILL (2002-2008); SHALDRIL; SALE; IMAGES (2003-2006).
ACE has actually outgrown the ANTOSTRAT (ANTarctic 韓国整形ブログ
Offshore STRATigraphy) job, which was approved by SCAR (Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research) in 1990, to reconstruct the Cenozoic palaeoclimatic and glacial history of the Antarctic region from the study of the sedimentary record surrounding the continent. The ANTOSTRAT program officially came to an end in July 2002. The objective of ACE is to continue and advance the research study of整形情報
Antarctic environment and glacial history, by: (1) encouraging and facilitating interaction and collaboration 엑소좀 효과
in between research researchers working on any element of the development of Antarctic environment and ice sheets. This will be 韓国整形値段
attained by arranging workshops and symposia to present brand-new outcomes, exchange ideas, share/compile information and strategy modelling and field operations; (2) providing advice for the research study community on the kinds of geoscience information needed and readily available for ice-sheet and palaeoclimate designs, and the likely tasting locations to整形値段
acquire such information; (3) offering help as required on technical concerns connected to field and laboratory programs and to ice-sheet and palaeoclimatemodelling research studies;엑소좀 비용
(4) promoting data access and information sharing through data-contributions to the SDLS and Antarctic data centres to facilitate and accelerate data syntheses required for establishing new field programs and boosting palaeoclimate models; and (5) summarising and reporting the outcomes of these efforts to the scientific and larger neighborhood on an ongoing basis at workshops, 韓国整形値段
seminar, and in the main literature.
Members of the Scientific Steering Committee are:
Carlota Escutia, University of Grenada, Spain (co-chair).
Robert M. DeConto, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA (co-chair).
Bob Arko, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory,整形前後
Mike Bentley, Durham University, UK.
Sun Bo, Polar Research Institute of China.
Fabio Florindo, Instituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy.
Andrzej Gazdzicki, Institute of Paleobiology, Poland.
Alan Haywood, 슈링크 효과
University of Leeds, UK.
Robert Larter, British Antarctic Survey, UK.
Andrew Mackintosh, Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand.
Sandra Passchier, Montclair State University, U.S.A..
Ross D. Powell, Northern Illinois University, U.S.A..
Gary Wilson, Otago University, New Zealand.
Eric Wolff, British Antarctic Study, UK.
Martin Siegert, University of Edinburgh, UK (Ex-Officio).
Robert B. Dunbar, Stanford University, U.S.A. (Ex-Officio).
ACE subcommittee chairs:.
1) LGM/deglacial/Holocene. Chair: Mike Bentley, 韓国整形前後
Durham University, UK.
2) Pleistocene. Chair: Tim Naish, Antarctic Research Study Centre, Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand.
3) Middle Miocene-Pliocene. Chair: Alan Haywood, British Antarctic Study, UK.
4) Oligocene-Miocene. 韓国整形専門通訳
Chair: Robert M. DeConto, University of Massachusetts Amherst, U.S.A..
5) Eocene/Oligocene. Chair: Jane Francis, University of Leeds, UK.
6) Radio-echo sounding. Chair: Detlef Damaske, Federal Institute for 韓国整形病院
Geoscience and Natural Resources, Germany.
7) Circum Antarctic Stratigraphy and Paleobathymetry (CASP) (Resulting from the combine in between ROSSMAP and CASP Karsten Gohl: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany; Stuart Henrys: GNS Science, New Zealand);.
8) ANTScape: Antarctic Paleotopography Peter Barrett: Antarctic Research 美容クリニック
Centre, Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand; and Jane Francis, University of Leeds, UK.
ACE has a number of committees under its auspices. These subcommittees are listed below, in addition to their chairs. Each product on the list is a link to 韓国美容クリニック
the website specific to a specific subcommittee. The contents of the subcommittee web pages will be determined by the respective chairs.
1) LGM/deglacial/Holocene. Chair: Mike Bentley, Durham University, UK.
2) Pleistocene. Chair: Tim Naish, Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, New Zealand.
3) Middle Miocene-Pliocene. Chair: Alan Haywood, British Antarctic Study, ソン・ハミン
4) Oligocene-Miocene. Chair: Rob DeConto, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA.
5) Eocene/Oligocene. Chair: Jane Francis, University of Leeds, UK.
6) Radio-echo sounding. Chair: Detlef Damaske, Federal Institute for Geoscience and Natural Resources, Germany.
7) ANTscape Antarctic Paleotopographic Maps: チョン・ミンス
Chairs P. Barrett and J. Francis.
to establish a set of around 6 paleotopographic base maps of Antarctica to represent key times in the last ~ 70 million years. The reconstructions, which may also consist of other paleogeographic data, are planned for ソン・ハミン院長
use as inputs for the next generation of ice sheet-ice shelf models.:.
8) Marine seismic (MS) subcommittee of ACE:.
The ACE-MS subcommittee was established in 2006 to motivate the combination and acquisition of marine multichannel チョン・ミンス院長
seismic data in Antarctica, and develop a typical seismic stratigraphy and interpretational 리쥬란 효과
models for sedimentation on the Antarctic margin. The effective separate workshops of ROSSMAP in 2007 and CASP in 2008 satisfied these objectives and the amalgamation into a meaningful group is 整形費用 韓国
timely. Both groups have well-established links to the SDLS and have typical objectives.
Upcoming workshops, conferences and other meetings.
ANTARCTIC AND SOUTHERN OCEAN FUTURE DRILLING WORKSHOP.
Portland (Oregon, USA) 13th and 14th of July 2012.湘南美容外科
– Integrated Ocean Drilling Exploration 318 post-cruise conference in Edinburg, 8-10 July.
– CASP and ANTScape workshop in Edinburgh, Sunday, 10 July 2011.
– Amundsen Sea workshop in Edinburgh, Saturday 16 July 2011.
ISAES XI – 11th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences.
10 – 16 July 2011, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
The symposium will occur at the John McIntyre Conference Centre in Edinburgh, adjacent to Holyrood Park and the University of Edinburgh’s Halls of Home. Our aspiration is to unite researchers studying the different parts of Polar Earth Science to exchange information and viewpoints. As we pertain to terms with environment change, understanding the landscape and ecological response of the Polar areas, in particular the fantastic Antarctic Ice Sheets, ends up being ever more crucial. Study of geological archives, ice cores, and modern systems uses an incomparable chance to reconstruct and understand the Earth’s weather variability – something which effects on all nations and peoples of the world.
Sessions convened 리쥬란 비용
by members of the ACE neighborhood.
To find out more, please download the leaflet or check out the Symposium site.
International Polar Year (IPY) Conference – “From Understanding to Action”.
22 – 27 April 2012, Palais des Congrès, Montreal, Québec, Canada.
The IPY 2012 Conference is the last occasion of International Polar Year 2007 – 2008, the largest worldwide program of interdisciplinary polar research ever carried out. This conference will supply a chance to apply and share the understanding and clinical results from IPY from worldwide and concentrate on next actions. Individuals will consider ways to equate those brand-new understandings into policy that will direct activities in and boost stewardship of the polar regions.
The conference is focused on polar researchers, policy makers and academics, government and market agents from around the world. An interesting program will be provided featuring keynote speakers, worldwide leaders, polar clinical specialists and specialists from the polar science and policy neighborhoods.
Read the Federal government of Canada press release from December 2009.
For additional 리쥬란힐러 효과
information, please check out the Conference site.
List of proposed Conference sessions.
XXXII SCAR and Open Science Conference.
13 – 25 July 2012, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A..
Validated dates are as follows:.
– Friday 13 – Sunday 15 July: SCAR Company conferences (SSGs and subsidiary groups).
– Monday 16 – Thursday 19 July: Open Science Conference.
– Friday 20 July: SCAR SSG meetings (without subsidiary groups).
– Monday 23 – Wednesday 25 July: SCAR Delegates Meeting.
Previous ACE Workshops and Conferences.
– International Polar Year-Oslo Science Conference (8-12 June 2010) http://www.ipy-osc.no/.
– XXXI SCAR and Open Science Conference: 30 July – 11 August 2010, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Mechanisms of Quaternary Climate Change: Stability of Warm Stages in the Past and in the Future: 6-11 June 2009 http://www.esf.org/index.php?id=5310.
– ANTscape Workshop: Leeds 15-18 April 2009.
ANTscape – ACE Subcommittee on Antarctic Paleotopographic maps.
The purpose of ANTscape is to develop a set of around 6 paleotopographic base maps of Antarctica to represent crucial times in the last ~ 70 million years. The reconstructions, which may likewise include other paleogeographic information, are intended for usage as inputs for the next generation of ice sheet-ice shelf designs. The work is carried out in support of the ACE mission to integrate geological data with climate-ocean-biosphere-lithosphere designs, with the goal to understand the past and future behaviour of the Antarctic ice sheet. The ACE co-chairs for 2008-2012 are Carlota Escutia (U Granada, Spain) and Rob DeConto, (U Amherst, USA).
The aim of the workshop, which will be run by Christien Siddoway and Alan Haywood, is to establish the workplan for the project and to recognize specific jobs to be accomplished throughout Summer season 2009; in order that preliminary results might exist at the broader ACE neighborhood throughout the first ACE Seminar in Granada (7-11 September 2009, http://www.acegranada2009.com/).
– IODP Wilkes Preparation Satisfying and CASP East Antarctica Region working conference. Download the report from this conferences (30 June-3 July 2008).
ACE Steering Group conference, no. 3.
6pm, Tuesday, 12th July 2006, SCAR29, Hobart, Tasmania.
View the meeting agenda.
ACE Steering Group meeting, no. 2.
2pm-6pm, Wednesday, 7th December 2005.
Argent Hotel, Civic space, San Francisco.
View the meeting agenda and the minutes (with ACTION products).
Antarctic Climate Advancement.
University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Friday 26th August 2005.
International Conference on Glacial Sedimentary Processes and Products.
View the conference website and the items to be talked about.
ACE Steering Group conference, no. 1.
Wednesday, 25 April 2005.
Le Meridien Hotel, Opernring 13-15 Vienna.
View the conference agenda and the minutes (with ACTION products).
ACE Antarctic Paleoclimate and Ice-Sheet Modeling Workshop.
Amherst, Massachusetts USA,.
May 31-June 2, 2002.
Other ACE Related Meetings:.
ANTOSTRAT post conference details.
View the workshop summary.
Erice, Sicily, September, 2001.
ACE Proposition Advancement Fulfilling.
AGU, San Francisco, Dec. 12, 2001.
ACE-related publications and reports.
Download the ACE Proposal in.pdf format.
ACE Unique Concerns and books.
2003 – “Cenozoic paleoenvironments: geologic record and designs” (Florindo, F., A.K. Cooper and P. O’Brien eds.) Palaeoceanography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 198, issues 1-2.
2005 – “Long-lasting changes in Southern high-latitude ice sheets and environment, the Cenozoic history” (F. Florindo, D.M. Harwood and G.S. Wilson eds.), Global and Planetary Change, 45, concern 1-3.
2006 – “Antarctic Climate Advancement: geological records from the margin and modelling” (P.J. Barrett, F. Florindo, and A.K. Cooper eds.) Palaeoceanography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 231, 252 pp.
2008 – “Antarctic cryosphere and Southern Ocean environment development (Cenozoic-Holocene)” (Florindo, F., A.M. Haywood, and A.E. Nelson eds.) Palaeoceanography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 260( 1-2), 1-298, 2008.
2009 – The Pliocene. A vision of Earth in the late twenty-first century? Alan M. Haywood, Harry J. Dowsett and Paul J. Valdes (eds.), The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A, Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 367 (1886 ).
2009 – “Cenozoic Antarctic Glacial History” (Florindo, F., Harwood, D.M., Levy, R., eds.) Worldwide and Planetary Modification, 69( 3 ), 1-184.
2009 – “Antarctic Environment Development”, Florindo, F., M. Siegert (eds.), In: Advancements in Earth and Environmental Sciences series, Elsevier, 8, 1-593.
ACE crucial peer-reviewed publications.
2009 – Smith, J.A., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Larter, R.D., Graham, A.G.C., Kuhn, G., Relict subglacial meltwater channels on the West Antarctic continental shelf – ramifications for ice sheet restorations, Quat. Res., 71, 190-200.
2009 – Bentley, M.J., Hodgson, D.A., Smith, J.A., Ó Cofaigh, C., Domack, E.W., Larter, R.D., Roberts, S.J., Brachfeld, S., Leventer, A., Hjort, C, Hillenbrand, C.-D., Evans, J., Systems of Holocene palaeoenvironmental change in the Antarctic Peninsula region, 리쥬란힐러 비용
The Holocene, 19( 1 ), 51-69.
2009 – Eagles, G., Gohl, K., Larter, R.D., Animated tectonic restoration of the southern Pacific and alkaline volcanism at its convergent margins considering that Eocene times, Tectonophysics, 464, 21-29.
2009 – Pugh, R.S., McCave, I.N., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Kuhn, G., Circum-Antarctic modelling of Quaternary marine cores under the Antarctic Circumpolar Current: Ice-core dust-magnetic correlation, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 284, 113-123.
2009 – Hillenbrand, C.-D., Kuhn, G., Frederichs, T., Record of a Mid-Pleistocene depositional abnormality in Antarctic continental margin sediments, Quaternary Science Reviews, 1147-1159.
2009 – Reinardy, B.T.I., Pudsey, C.J., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Murray, T., Evans, J., Contrasting sources for glacial and interglacial shelf sediments utilized to translate changing ice flow instructions in the Larsen Basin, northern Antarctic Peninsula, Marine Geology, 266, 156-171.
2009 – Larter, R.D., Graham, A.G.C., Gohl, K., Kuhn, G., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Smith, J.A., Deen, T.J., Livermore, R.A., Schenke, H.-W., Subglacial bedforms reveal complex basal regime in a zone of paleo-ice stream convergence, Amundsen Sea Embayment, West Antarctica, Geology, 37( 5) 411-414.
2009 – Noormets, R., Dowdeswell, J.A., Larter, R.D., Ó Cofaigh, C., Evans, J., Morphology of the upper continental slope in the Bellingshausen and Amundsen Seas – 수면리쥬란
ramifications for sedimentary processes at the shelf edge of West Antarctica, Marine Geology, 258, 100-114.
2009 – Johnson, J.S., Smellie, J.L., Nelson, A.E., Stuart, F.M. History of the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet considering that the Early Pliocene – evidence from cosmogenic dating of Pliocene lavas on James Ross Island, Antarctica, Global and Planetary Modification, 69, 205-213.
2009 – Hillenbrand, C.-D., Ehrmann, W., Larter, R.D., Benetti, S., Dowdeswell, J.A., Ó Cofaigh, C., Graham, A.G.C., Grobe, H., Provenance of subglacial and glaciomarine sediments in the southern Bellingshausen Sea exposes changes in the drain pattern of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, Marine Geology, 265, 1-18.
2009 – Weigelt, E., Gohl, K., Uenzelmann-Neben, G., Larter, R.D., Late Cenozoic ice sheet cyclicity in the western Amundsen Sea Embayment – proof from seismic records Global and Planetary Modification, 69, 162-169.
2009 – Hillenbrand, C.-D., Smith, J.A., Kuhn, G., Esper, O., Gersonde, R., Larter, R.D., Maher, B., Moreton, S.G., Shimmield, T.M., Korte, M., Age project of a diatomaceous ooze deposited in the western Amundsen Sea embayment after the last glacial optimum Journal of Quaternary Science (readily available online), doi:10.1002/ jqs.1308.
2009 – Convey, P., 지방이식 효과
Stevens, M.I., Hodgson, D.A., Smellie, J.L., Hillenbrand, C.-D, David K.A. Barnes, D.K.A., Clarke, A.C., Pugh, P.J.A., Linse, K., Cary, S.C., Checking out biological restraints on the glacial history of Antarctica, Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, 3035-3048 doi:10.1016/ j.quascirev.2009.08.015.
2009 – Graham, A.G.C., Larter, R.D., Gohl, K., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Smith, J.A., Kuhn, G., Substrate geology as a control on the bed signature and circulation qualities of a West Antarctic palaeo-ice stream, Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, 2774-2793 doi:10.1016/ j.quascirev.2009.07.003.
2009 – Eagles, G., Larter, R.D., Gohl, K., Vaughan, A.P.M., The West Antarctic Rift System in the Antarctic Peninsula, Geophysical Research Study Letters, 36, L21305, doi:10.1029/ 2009GL040721.
2010 – Ó Cofaigh, C., Dowdeswell, J.A., King, E., Anderson, J.B., Clark, C.D., Evans, D.J.A., Evans, J., Hindmarsh, R.C.A., Larter, R.D., Stokes, C.R. Discuss Shaw J., Pugin, A. and Young, R. (2008 ): “A meltwater origin for Antarctic rack bedforms with special attention to megalineations” Geomorphology, 117, 195-198, doi:10.1016/ j.geomorph.2009.09.036.
2010 – Smith, J.A., Hillenbrand, C.-D, Pudsey, C.J., Allen, C.S., Graham, A.G.C. “The 지방흡입 효과
existence of polynyas in the Weddell Sea throughout the Last Glacial Period with ramifications for the reconstruction of sea-ice limits and ice sheet history”, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 296, 287-298, doi:10.1016/ j.epsl.2010.05.008.
2010 – Graham, A.G.C., Larter, R.D., Gohl, K., Dowdeswell, J.A., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Smith, J.A., Evans, J., Kuhn, G. Circulation and retreat of the Late Quaternary Pine Island-Thwaites palaeo-ice stream, West Antarctica, Journal of Geophysical Research Study, Earth Surface, 115, F03025, doi:10.1029/ 2009JF001482.
2010 – Larter, R.D., Gohl, K., Bentley, M.J., Improving restrictions on Paleo-Ice Sheets in the Amundsen Sea Embayment, Eos,91( 4 ), 33.
2010 – Jordan, T., Ferraccioli, F., Corr, H., Graham, A., Armadillo, E., Bozzo, E., Hypothesis for mega-outburst flooding from a palaeo-subglacial lake underneath the East Antarctic Ice Sheet, Terra Nova.
2010 – Barnes, D.K.A., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Faunal proof for a late quaternary trans-Antarctic seaway, Worldwide Modification Biology, doi: 10.1111/ j.1365-2486.2010.02198. x.
2010 – Hillenbrand, C.-D., Larter, R.D., Dowdeswell, J.A., Ehrmann, W., Ó Cofaigh, C., Benetti, S., Graham, A., Grobe, H. The sedimentary legacy of a palaeo-ice stream on the shelf of the southern Bellingshausen Sea: A clue to West Antarctic glacial history during the Late Quaternary, Quaternary Science Reviews, 29, 2741-2763, doi:10.1016/ j.quascirev.2010.06.028.
2010 – Hambrey, M., Bamber, J., Christoffersen, P., Glasser, N., Hubbard, A., Hubbard, B., Larter, R., Glaciers – no rubbish science, Geoscientist, 20( 6 ), 18-23.
2010 – Reinardy, B.T.I., Hiemstra, J.F., Murray, T., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Larter, R.D., Till genesis at the bed of an Antarctic Peninsula palaeo-ice stream as indicated by micromorphological analysis, Boreas.
2010 – Smith, J.A., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Kuhn, G., Larter, R.D., Graham, AGC., Ehrmann, W., Moreton, S.G., Forwick, M., Deglacial history of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet in the western Amundsen Sea Embayment, Quaternary Science Reviews.
2010 – Graham, A.G.C., Nitsche, F.O., Larter, R.D., An improved bathymetry compilation for the Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica, to inform ice-sheet and ocean designs, The Cryosphere.
2010 – Bentley, M.J., The Antarctic palaeo record and its role in improving predictions of future Antarctic Ice Sheet modification, Journal of Quaternary Science.
2010 – “Cenozoic Advancement of Antarctic Climats, Ocean and Ice Sheets”, Palaeoceanography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, in preparation.
2010 – 1st ACE Seminar publications: Understanding Antarctic Environment and Glacial History First Antarctic Climate Evolution Seminar; Granada, Spain, 7-11 September 2009. Eos, 91( 4 ), 34, 26 January 2010.
2010 – 1st ACE Symposium publications: Improving Restraints on Paleo Ice Sheets in the Amundsen Sea Embayment Amundsen Sea Embayment: Tectonic and Climatic Evolution – Granada, Spain, 9 September 2009. Eos, Vol. 91( 4 ), 33, 26 January 2010.
2010 – International Development, Research Media Ltd. Integration of environment modelling collects rate. C. Escutia, 2010.
ACE has actually contributed through collaborative efforts with other communities (i.e., PAGES, AGCS, and EBA) to the following recent publications.
2009 – Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment’, edited by Turner et al, offered at:.
2009 – Brigham-Grette, J., Powell R.D. Newman, L. and Keiffer, T. (eds.). Changing Poles: A Paleoscience Viewpoint. PAGES News, 17, 48 pp.
2009 – Brigham-Grette, J. and Powell R.D. Editorial: Altering Poles: A Paleoscience Perspective, in Brigham-Grette, J., Powell R.D. Newman, L. and Keiffer, T. (eds), Altering Poles: A Paleoscience Viewpoint. PAGES News, 17, 2.
2009 – Powell, R., Naish, T., Levy, R. and the MIS Science Team. New Records of the Function of Antarctic Ice Sheets in Late Cenozoic Environment, in Brigham-Grette, J., Powell R.D. Newman, L. and Keiffer, T. (eds), Changing Poles: A Paleoscience Viewpoint. PAGES News, 17, 32-34.
Publications from private groups in numerous nationwide and global projects and programs that contribute to ACE are numerous.
Listed below are a few of the highlights for 2009 and 2010.
2009 – Naish, T., Powell, R., Levy, R., Krissek, L., Niessen, F., Pompilio, M., Scherer, R., Talarico, F., Wilson, G., Wilson, T., Barrett, P., Browne, G., Carter, L., Cody, R., Cowan E., Crampton, J., DeConto, R., Dunbar, G., Dunbar, N., Florindo, F., Gebhardt, C., Graham, I., Hannah, M., Harwood, D., Hansaraj, D., Henrys, S., Helling, D., Kuhn, G., Kyle, P., Läufer, A., Maffioli, P., Magens, D., Mandernack, K., McIntosh, W., McKay, R., Millan, C., Morin, R., Ohneiser, C., Paulsen, T., Persico, D., Pollard, D., Reed, J., Ross., J., Raine, I., Schmitt, D., Sagnotti, L., Sjunneskog, C., Strong, P., Taviani, M., Vogel, S., Wilch, T., Williams, T. and Winter Season, D. 2009. Obliquity-paced Pliocene West Antarctic Ice Sheet Oscillations. Nature, 458, 322-328, doi:10.1038/ nature07867.
2009 – Pollard D. and DeConto R.M., 2009. Designing West Antarctic Ice Sheet development and collapse through the past 5 million years. Nature 458, 329-33, doi:10.1038/ nature07809.
2009 – Sun Bo, Siegert, M.J., Mudd, S.M., Sugden, D.E., Fujita, S., Xiangbin, C., Yunyun, J., Xueyuan, T. and Yuansheng, L. The Gamburtsev Mountains and the origin and early development of the Antarctic Ice Sheet. Nature, 459,690-693 (2009 ).
2009 – Harwood, D., Florindo, F., Talarico, T., Levy, R., Kuhn, G., Naish, T., Niessen, F., Powell, R., Pyne, A. and Wilson, G. 2009. Antarctic Drilling Recovers Stratigraphic Records from the Continental Margin. Eos Trans. AGU, 90( 11 ), doi:10.1029/ 2009EO110002.
2009 – Wilson, D.S. and Luyendyk, B.P., 2009. West Antarctic paleotopography et the Eocene-Oligocene climate shift. Geophysical Research Study Letters, 36, L16302, doi:10.1029/ 2009GL039297.
2010 – Escutia, C., Brinkhuis, H., Klaus, A., and Expedition 318 Scientists, 2010. Wilkes Land Glacial History: Cenozoic East Antarctic Ice Sheet advancement from Wilkes Land margin sediments. Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Preliminary Report 318. doi:10.2204/ iodp.pr.318.2010. http://publications.iodp.org/preliminary_report/318/318pr_2.htm.
Data and Resources.
International Polar Year 2007-2008.
International Polar Year 2007-2008 Data Policy.
Joint Committee on Antarctic Data Management (JACDM):.
A joint committee of SCAR and the Council of Supervisors of National Antarctic Programmes, whose chief purpose is to advise SCAR and COMNAP on the management of Antarctic science information. JCADM recommends the ACE Scientific Program Group on information problems.
The International Polar Year Data and Info Service (IPYDIS):.
An international federation of information centers, archives, and networks working to guarantee appropriate stewardship of IPY and associated information. The National Snow and Ice Data Center seeks to serve as a coordination office for the IPYDIS to make sure the long term preservation of and broad, interdisciplinary, and non-expert access to IPY data.
Antarctic Seismic Data Library System for Cooperative Research (SDLS).
Supplies open gain access to worldwide to Antarctic multichannel seismic-reflection information collected by numerous nations to study the structure of the earth’s crust of Antarctica.
IPY Data Session at the Fall Fulfilling of the American Geophysical Union:.
Information Sources and Management for the 2007-2009 International Polar Year.
Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability: Observations, Models, and Prepare For IPY Research.