Month: July 2013

New website structure

The top-down navigation structure of AntarcticGlaciers was becoming difficult to use due to the amount of content added to the site, necessitating numerous levels of nested drop-down menus. A top-down navigation scheme works well for up to say, 30 webpages, but once a website grows larger than that, it ceases to be user-friendly.

Sea level rise over the next 2000 years

A new paper by Levermann et al. in PNAS uses the record of past rates of sea level rise from palaeo archives and numerical computer models to understand how much sea level rise we can expect per degree of warming in the future. These data suggest that we can expect a global sea level rise …

Sea level rise over the next 2000 years Read More »

Patagonian Ice Sheet thinning during a changing climate

J.Boex, C. Fogwill, S. Harrison, N.F. Glasser, A. Hein, C. Schnabel and S. Xu.  Rapid thinning of the Late Pleistocene Patagonian Ice Sheet followed migration of the Southern Westerlies. Scientific Reports 3: 2118, p. 1-6 Download the PDF The Patagonian Ice Sheet This recent open-access paper in the new journal Science Communications, which is part …

Patagonian Ice Sheet thinning during a changing climate Read More »

The Role of Scientists as Communicators: From the Classroom to the Pub

Do you consider yourself a science communicator? Does your research group participate in public outreach? Do you have creative ways to engage non-technical audiences in your research? Have you ever evaluated your education and outreach efforts? If so, we invite you to share with us during an informative session titled The Role of Scientists as …

The Role of Scientists as Communicators: From the Classroom to the Pub Read More »

This site uses cookies. Find out more about this site’s cookies.