Stanford University

Ice Sheets and Sea Level Rise

Thursday, Apr 7, 2022 12:00 PM
Online Event
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Ice Sheets and Sea Level Rise
General Public
Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

To Be Rescheduled Soon

Sea level rise is one of the most tangible impacts of a changing climate. However, the large uncertainties in projections of future sea level make assessment of and management to those impacts particularly difficult.  The greatest source of uncertainty in sea level projects is the contribution of continental ice sheets.  In this webinar, the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment brings together experts on the theory, modeling, and observation of ice sheet to discuss the progress, prospects, and path forward in reducing those uncertainties in the context of climate assessment, adaptation, and policy.

Featured Panelists:

Richard Alley, Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University

Helene Seroussi, Associate Professor of Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College

Katharine Mach, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Policy, Rosentiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science; Faculty Scholar UM Abess Center 


Dustin Schroeder, Center Fellow (by courtesy), Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Assistant Professor, Department of Geophysics; Assistant Professor (by courtesy), Department of Electrical Engineering.

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