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RINGS Action Group (ice sheet margin)

The recordings of the First International Workshop on Antarctic RINGS (27-30 June 2022), which was held in Tromsø, Norway, are now available to watch on the SCAR YouTube channel.

A full archive of all posters is available from here.

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Full list of presentations and links to the recordings:

Alex Gardner RINGing in a new era of satellite observation
Mathieu Morlighem Mapping subglacial topography using the conservation of mass
Ruth Mottram Uncertainties and challenges in determining the surface mass budget of Antarctica
Felicity McCormack Bed bumps and ice flow
Fausto Ferraccioli Potential fields – their role in understanding Antarctic geology, geodynamics and climate change
Rene Forsberg Gravity, GOCE, and GRACE: Why it will be imporant for RINGS
Mickey MacKie Machine learning strategies and considerations for subsurface mapping
John Guldahl Council of Managers of National Antarctic Programs (COMNAP)
Graeme Eagles AWI's planned airborne surveys
Jason Roberts and Lenneke Jong ICECAP - EAGLE
Sun Bo and Xiangbin Cui Scientific Operation of the first Chinese Fixed-wing Aerogeophysical Platform: In the past and future
Kirsty Tinto Integrated surveys and seafloor mapping
Duncan Young UTIG's lessons learned for RINGS
Joe MacGregor NASA's Operation IceBridge: Recent surveys and relevant to RINGS
Won Sang Lee KOPRI's potential contributions to SCAR-RINGS
Jamin Greenbaum Ongoing and planned activities complementary to RINGS
Tom Jordan Looking around Antarctica: over two decades of integrated aerogeophyical survey at BAS
Ines Otosaka  Allied projects: IMBIE-3
Peter Fretwell  Bedmap3
Duncan Young  Open Polar Radar: Stradarizing radargram referencing, processing, and access
Carl Leuschen  Drone radar
Pierre Dutrieux Emerging tools for ice-sheet/ocean observation

The First International Workshop on Antarctic RINGS was held in Tromsø, Norway, in June 2022. The primary goal of this workshop was to generate synergies and international cooperation to develop more accurate and complete reference bed topography data for robust assessments of ice discharge from all around Antarctica. The secondary goal was to discuss relevant science plans for the ice sheet’s marginal zone. To achieve these goals, the organisers aimed to have diverse,multidisciplinary participants including (but not limited to) specialists in geophysics, geology, glaciology, oceanography, satellite observations, and modeling of the ice, ocean and atmosphere.

You can learn more about the RINGS Action Group here.