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Investigating the polar regions from the inside out

2023 GIA Training School

Overview

A training school focused on exploring glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) modelling will be held from 3-7 July 2023 at Lantmäteriet, Gävle, Sweden. The program will include lectures and practical exercises aimed at investigating the interactions between solid Earth deformation, ice mass change, and associated sea-level and geoid variations. Students will complete homework exercises utilizing freely available modelling software and will have the opportunity to spend one-to-one time with leading researchers in the GIA community while working through examples in class. A field trip to examine records of land uplift and sea level change will be included.

Program and Pre-School Homework (NEED TO UPDATE)

Instructors (NEED TO UPDATE)

Who is eligible to enroll?

This course is targeted at individuals who are working on (or will soon start working on) GIA modelling, or topics directly related to GIA modelling. While the course is aimed at graduate students and early career scientists, all interested parties are encouraged to apply regardless of age or experience level. A basic introduction to the fundamentals and applications of GIA modelling will be provided, and no previous modelling experience is required.

How do I apply?

The application window will open XXXXX. A link to apply for enrollment will be provided here.

Virtual Participation

Virtual participation will be available to individuals who are unable to attend the training school in person. Instructions for participating virtually will be posted in spring of 2023. Additionally, those interested in virtual participation may sign up for email notifications by contacting XXXXX@gmail.com and indicating your interest.

Financial Support

Financial support for the training school is provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) through the Antarctica Network (ANET) component of the Polar Earth Observing Network (POLENET) project, the Scientific Community on Antarctic Research (SCAR) through the Solid Earth Responses and influences on Cryospheric Evolution (SERCE) program, the International Association of Cryospheric Sciences (IACS), the European Geosciences Union (EGU), and DTU Space.

There is no registration fee. We have secured sufficient funds to be able to offer at least partial travel and subsistence support for all attendees. Those participants who require financial support must submit a financial support application in addition to an enrollment application. A link to apply for financial support will be provided here once the registration window opens in XXXXX.