2nd US Ice Core Community Meeting

May 8-10, 2023

Center for Urban Horticulture

University of Washington, Seattle, WA


AGENDA / MEETING SCHEDULE
 

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OVERVIEW

The second annual US Ice Core Open Science Meeting will be held May 8-10, 2023, at the beautiful Center for Urban Horticulture at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. Registration for the meeting is now open.

Abstract Submission and Early Registration Deadline are March 15, 2023.

This meeting is intended for anyone interested in ice core science or related fields, including ice-core analysis, ice or subglacial drilling, glacier geophysics that supports or depends on ice core records, paleoclimate, and contemporary climate and ice sheet change.

Goals of the meeting include 1) sharing the latest science, 2) discussing future ice core science projects in both polar regions and in alpine environments, 3) providing career development opportunities, and 4) improving communication about ice-core and related science both within and beyond the scientific community. We hope to attract a diverse group of participants, including those who may not have extensive experience working with ice cores.

While this meeting is primarily oriented at researchers in the US, international colleagues are welcome to attend.

The meeting will begin midday on Monday, May 8, and end in the late afternoon of Wednesday, May 10. There are three additional meetings occurring in conjunction with the US Ice Core Open Science Meeting:

  • Ice Core Early Career Researcher Workshop (ICECReW) on Sunday, May 7 and Monday morning May 8. Applications have closed.
  • COLDEX short course for early career researchers on Thursday May 11 and Friday May 12 at Camp Casey, Whidbey Island, WA. Applications have closed.
  • Ice Core Working Group (including participants from the IDP Science Advisory Board) on Thursday May 11 on the UW campus (ATG210). This meeting is open to all.

To ensure you do not miss announcements, we recommend joining the Hercules Dome mailing list.


AGENDA

Sunday ICECReW
Monday Morning ICECReW

Monday, May 8

12:00 Lunch
1:00 Meeting Organizers Welcome and introduction
1:10 Heidi Roop Journalism Introduction
1:20 Paul Cutler NSF Update
1:30 Ed Brook Center for Oldest Ice Exploration (COLDEX)
1:45 Eric Steig Hercules Dome Ice Core Project
2:00 Break
2:20 Sophia Wensman Impacts of the Black Death on lead pollution sources: Insights from northeast Greenland ice
2:40 Ben Hills Historical ice flow at Western Hercules Dome has been stabilized by a bedrock ridge
3:00 Bess Koffman Women’s collaboration helps close gender gap in ice core science
3:20 Q&A
3:30 Poster Session (see list of posters) and Appetizers (must be out by 5:30)

Tuesday, May 9

8:30 Breakfast and Coffee
  Geophysics & Site Selection
9:00 Megan Kerr COLDEX geophysical mapping of the southern flank of Dome A, Antarctica
9:15 Shuai Yan Constraining past ice flow using englacial radio-stratigraphy and numerical modeling - examples from previous East Antarctic aero-geophysical surveying
9:30 Annika Horlings Snow accumulation at Hercules Dome, Antarctica during the last 420 years
9:45 Ayobami Ogunmolasuyi Investigating the Impacts of Impurities and Stress State on the Flow and Microstructural Evolution of Polycrystalline Ice
10:00 Discussion
10:15 Break
  New Methods
10:45 John-Morgan Manos Using Distributed Temperature Sensing for Ice Borehole Thermometry
11:00 Madeleine Lomax-Vogt Determining the elemental compositions of hundreds of thousands of individual atmospheric mineral nano- and micro-particles entrapped in Antarctic glacial ice from the last glacial-interglacial cycle
11:15 Alexander Michaud Towards an effective method for microbial cell recovery and genomic analysis from ice cores
11:30 Merlin Mah RELIC: Lab Adventures in Laser Cutting Ice
11:45 Discussion
12:00 Lunch
  Past Environmental Change
1:30 Ursula Jongebloed Industrial-era Decline in Arctic Methanesulfonic Acid is Offset by Increased Biogenic Sulfate Aerosol
1:45 Jacob Chalif Anthropogenic NOx emissions, not declining marine primary production, drive reduced modern MSA levels in the Denali ice core
2:00 Bess Koffman Abrupt changes in atmospheric circulation during the Medieval Climate Anomaly and Little Ice Age recorded by Sr-Nd isotopes in the Siple Dome ice core, Antarctica
2:15 Brad Markle Understanding the pattern of Antarctic surface temperature and ice sheet elevation change
2:30 Discussion
2:45 Poster Session (see list of posters)
6:00 Evening Banquet at Agua Verde

Wednesday, May 10

8:30 Breakfast and Coffee
  Past Environmental Change
9:00 Jacob Morgan Response of tropical precipitation to abrupt climate change recorded by atmospheric oxygen isotopes
9:15 David Reusch Characterizing Precipitation and Accumulation Variability at Hercules Dome, Antarctica
9:30 Christo Buizert The Greenland spatial fingerprint of DO events in observations and models
9:45 Austin Carter Ice core record of mineral dust variability across the MIS 6 to 5e transition at the Allan Hills, East Antarctica
10:00 Discussion
10:15 Break
  Atmospheric Gases
10:45 Vasilii Petrenko Insights into the preindustrial atmospheric methane budget from 14CH4 and 14CO measurements at Law Dome, Antarctica
11:00 Julia Marks Peterson New early Pleistocene atmospheric carbon dioxide and methane data from the Allan Hills Blue Ice Area, Antarctica
11:15 Michael Dyonisius Towards improving 14C calibration curve and constraining the source of CO2 rise in Heinrich stadial 1 using measurements from ice cores
11:30 Murat Aydin Methyl chloride measurements from Antarctic ice cores covering the last 55 thousand years
11:45 Discussion
12:00 Lunch
  Future of the Community
1:30 Joe Souney IDP Long Range Science Plan
1:40 Curt La Bombard NSF Ice Core Facility
1:50 Eric Steig Hercules Dome
2:00 Ed Brook COLDEX
2:10 Erich Osterberg Greenland Traverse
2:15 Tyler Jones South Dome, Greenland
2:20 Kaitlin Keegan Taylor Dome
2:30 Eric Saltzman Taylor Dome H2
2:40 Peter Neff Amundsen Array
2:50 Brad/Kira - Logan  
3:00 Break
  Future of the Community
3:30 Seth Campbell Juneau Icefield Research Program (JIRP)
3:40 Kaitlin Keegan Ice Core Meeting Future Plans
5:00 Meeting Ends

Thursday, May 11

COLDEX short course on Whidbey Island

Ice Core Working Group Meeting

Working Draft Agenda
Thursday May 11, 2023
Room & building ATG 210, Univ. Washington, Seattle, WA
All times listed are Pacific time zone

8:30 Coffee available
9:00 Welcome and Goals for the meeting: T.J. Fudge
9:15 NSF Remarks: Paul Cutler (to be confirmed)
9:30 IDP Leadership update: Mary Albert
9:50 IDP Operations update: Krissy Slawny
10:10 IDP Education & Outreach update: Louise Huffman
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Update from the NSF Ice Core Facility: Joe Souney, Richard Nunn and Curt LaBombard
11:15 Discuss coordination with other working groups and the SAB
12:00 Lunch
12:50 Long Range Science Plan draft updates so far: Mary Albert
1:00 ICWG priorities for Ice Drilling Technology Development in the LRSP: T.J. & ICWG discussion
1:30 ICWG business
- Electing a new chair
- Data management, focused on ICF
- Blue ice core storage
- SAFECORE containers and core boxes
3:30 Closed Session: T.J. and ICWG
4:00 Adjourn

POSTER SESSIONS

Monday at 3:30 pm and Tuesday at 3:00 pm.

Posters should be vertical in layout. Posters will be taped to the walls such that there is no specific size requirement. Posters will be up for both the Monday and Tuesday sessions.

Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Olivia Truax Modern Freshening Of Ross Sea Surface Waters Outside The Range Of Natural Variability Over The Last 5,500 Years
Lilly Tipton What caused the Late Holocene Dust Increase in Antarctic Ice Cores?
Julia Andreasen Investigation of Martin Peninsula, Antarctica as a future Amundsen Sea ice core site
Mira Berdahl Exploring Conditions of WAIS collapse during the Last Interglacial
Shivangini Singh Linking South Pole and Dome A using englacial stratigraphy: A COLDEX perspective
Liam Kirkpatrick Next Generation Electrical Conductivity Measurements of Thin and Disturbed Layering
Madelyne Willis Imaging Organic Matter in a Mars-analog Glacial Environment using Solid-phase Excitation Emission Matrix Spectroscopy
Stanislav Kutuzov Changes in concentration and size distribution of micro and nano-particles in Taylor Glacier ice samples since the Last Glacial Period
Kaden Martin A three-core perspective on deglacial cooling and early Holocene warmth in Greenland
Lindsey Davidge High-resolution water isotope variability in a >1Ma discontinuous blue-ice core from the Allan Hills, Antarctica
Drake McCrimmon Assessing the spatial variability of ammonium deposition across the Greenland ice sheet on regional and local scales to better inform forest fire reconstructions
Bishnu Kunwar Impact of solar radiation on perchlorate formation in the atmosphere: Evidence from ice core measurement
Derek Brandis In-depth volcanic event comparison and analysis of two Holocene volcanic records from the South Pole and WAIS Divide
Advik Eswaran Reconstructing Antarctic Accumulation with Data Assimilation
Kathleen Wendt Rapid atmospheric CO2 rise during Heinrich Stadials and Dansgaard-Oeschger Events
Shuting Zhai Preservation of ice-core bromine in Arctic ice cores and interpretation of bromine trends since the preindustrial
John Patterson Reconstructing atmospheric H2 over the past century from bi-polar firn air records
Jennifer Campos Ayala Biomass Burning throughout the Holocene: an acetylene record from Greenland and Antarctica
Olivia Williams New δ 18 O atm data indicate Denali ice core record includes full Holocene
Duncan Young The initial COLDEX aerogeophysical survey of Southern Dome A: Overview and prospects
Howard Conway COLDEX site selection for a continuous deep ice core dating back to +1 Ma at the Allan Hills
Marguerite Shaya Preliminary ice fabric interpretations of polarimetric ApRES acquisitions at the Allan Hills, Antarctica
Merlin Mah RELIC: Lab Adventures in Laser Cutting Ice
Noah Brown Optimizing a Continuous Flow Analysis (CFA) System for Water Isotope Research
Haley Lowes-Bicay Water isotope variability between two sides of a deformed and stratigraphically complex ice core from the Allan Hills, Antarctica
Aaron Chesler Opposing Trends in South Pole Holocene Fine and Proportional Coarse Particle Concentration Imply Southern Hemisphere Warming and Westerly Wind Strengthening
Emma Robertson Evaluating Atmospheric River Signatures In West Antarctic Ice Core Isotopic Records
Sarah Shackleton Molecular dynamics simulations of noble gas permeation in ice
Kevin Rozmiarek Atmosphere to surface profiles of water-vapor isotopes and meteorological conditions informs the impact of sublimation and mixing on the northeast Greenlandic Ice Sheet
Paolo Gabrielli Ultra-rare single particles entrapped in ancient ice from Taylor Glacier, East Antarctica

DEADLINES


REGISTRATION

Early Registration Fee for Faculty and Staff: $125.00 (March 15, 2023 deadline)
Early Registration Fee for Students and Postdocs: $75.00 (March 15, 2023 deadline)

Registration Fee for Faculty and Staff paid after March 15th, 2023: $225.00
Registration Fee for Students and Postdocs paid after March 15th, 2023: $150.00

To register for the meeting and/or submit an abstract use this link:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScAmsQQF3cgf4KbTmaNVNDG-6_idVLTt4bQHQBAEb6gKhWesA/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0

To pay the registration fee use this link:
https://secure.touchnet.net/C21570_ustores/web/store_main.jsp?STOREID=416&SINGLESTORE=true


CONFERENCE VENUE

The meeting is being held at the beautiful Center for Urban Horticulture at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. Oral presentations will be in NHS Hall. Poster presentation will be in the adjacent Merrill Commons.


LODGING

Room blocks have been established at two hotels. Both the University Inn and Graduate Hotel are blocks from the Link light rail station. The conference venue at the Center for Urban Horticulture is a 1.5 mile walk across campus or can be reached via the 32 and 65 bus routes. Booking details for the two conference hotel blocks are below:

1. University Inn
Rate is $136 + taxes and fees. Reservations in the block can be made through this link: https://reservations.staypineapple.com/?adult=1&arrive=2023-05-08&chain=26225&child=0&config=rate&configcode=rate¤cy=USD&depart=2023-05-10&group=2305UWCOLL&hotel=40207&level=hotel&locale=en-US&rooms=1&utm_campaign=group-sales-ui&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=uw-college-of-the-environment-conference

2. Graduate Hotel
Rate is $149 + taxes and fees. Reservations in the block can be made through this link:
https://www.graduatehotels.com/seattle/#/booking/step-1?group=9228510&arrive=05%2F08%2F2023&depart=05%2F10%2F2023
Your Group Names is: UW Earth & Space Science

Please book by April 6 to ensure you get the contracted rate.

There are additional hotels in the area, including the Silver Cloud Hotel Seattle - University District.


BANQUET

The conference banquet will be held on Tuesday, May 9 from 6-9 PM at Agua Verde Café. Some of the seating is outside, so please come prepared for cool conditions. If the weather is particularly uncooperative, the venue may change at the last minute. There is also the opportunity to rent kayaks and explore Lake Union.


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Cate Bruns, Seth Campbell, T.J. Fudge, Kaitlin Keegan, Bess Koffman, Peter Neff, Heidi Roop