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Speaker: Nadine Salzmann (Uni. Zürich, CH)
Title: Providing the scientific basis to adapt to climate change impacts: Experiences from an ongoing Peruvian-Swiss initiative in the Central Andes
The Peruvian Andes are among the most vulnerable regions to climate change. There is for example visible evidence of significant ice loss of the glaciated Peruvian Cordilleras, which (still) serve as vital water resources for local communities. Robust projections of future changes in climate variability and related impacts are critical for the development and implementation of adequate adaptation measures. The scarcity of reliable long-term observations, however, makes trend analysis and projections challenging. A Peruvian-Swiss initiative (PACC) aims at improving the scientific basis for the region Cusco/Apurimac (Southern Peru) for subsequent use in adaptation planning.
Speaker: Armelle Decaulne (Univ. Clermont Ferrand (France))
Title: Geomorphic spatial and temporal approaches of slope dynamics (snow avalanches and debris flows) in subpolar maritime enviroments
Speaker: Geir Moholdt
Title: Arctic glaciers - the largest contributor to sea level rise apart from Greenland and Antarctica?
Speaker: Førsteamanuensis Rune Strand Ødegård, Høgskolen i Gjøvik
Title: Klimapark2469 - en ny arena for formidling og forskning?
Speaker: Karianne Staalesen Lilleøren
Title: Rock glaciers and Holocene permafrost distribution in Norway
Speaker: John Burkhart (NILU)
Title: Arctic albedo: UAS campaigns under VAUUAV in Greenland and Svalbard.
Speaker: Herman Farbrot
Title: Ground and air temperatures 2008-2010 from the mountains of southern Norway
Speaker: Markus Engelhardt
Title: Intercomparison of two glaciology summer schools: Fairbanks and Karthaus
Speaker: Anne Chapuis (UMB)
Title: On the nature of glacier calving
Speaker: Kimberley Casey
Title: Spinning the globe in spectral space