The Archive

This section contains every article we ever wrote, so you can freely browse through it to find your all-time favourites!

The International Glaciological Society (IGS) organizes symposia (or conferences) on different aspects of cryospheric sciences all around the world. In June 2022, the University of Alaska Southeast in Juneau hosted the “International Symposium on Maritime Glaciers”. As I am working on numerically modeling marine-terminating/tidewater glaciers, this was a nice fit […]

Glacial conference including glacial experiences

We are Yuqing and Linda, two PhD students from Bremerhaven and Bremen. Here we give some insights into our experience abroad. We spent three months (February – May) at the McGill University in Montreal, Canada. We joined the sea ice group of Bruno Tremblay. We are very thankful for his […]

Our research stay at the McGill University in Montreal

From the 23rd to the 27th May, after two years of fully virtual conference experiences only, the EGU general assembly finally took place on-site in Vienna again. EGU stands for “European Geosciences Union” and the general assembly is the yearly international conference where the scientific community meets to discuss their […]

Arctic science in the middle of Europe

In this blog post, I (Damien Ringeisen) reshape a Twitter thread that I published on November 3rd, 2021. Today, as the COP26 started a few days ago, I would like to help you visualize the reduction of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean. For simplicity, we will compare two years: […]

Huge Melting Ice Cubes

You probably know the Climate Stripes. Yes, you know, the blue and red stripes representing the earth’s warming from human emissions. This powerful representation, invented by @EdHawkins, shows the average earth surface temperature change over the years. From blue to red, it demonstrates how the human greenhouse gas emissions increased […]

The Arctic Stripes

As an Early Career Scientist (ECS), conferences are essential to get to know new people, gain experience in presenting your research, and learn a lot about the current science in your research field and beyond. Here is the personal experience of Linda with online conferences. In early 2020, I made […]

Experiences with online conferences – from an Early Career Scientist ...