Ice Core Records of Environmental Change
Ice cores record environmental variability over seasonal to orbital timescales often at a resolution unmatched by other archives. This session seeks to integrate ice-core records from around the world with climate models and other paleoclimate archives to gain insight into past and future environmental change.
We invite contributions on, but not limited to: new results from ice core campaigns, new analytical techniques, advances in proxy interpretations, paleoclimate reconstructions that integrate ice cores with other natural archives and/or climate model simulations, inferences of past ice dynamics as well as glaciological studies that help to inform ice core interpretation. We encourage contributions over a range of temporal scales spanning the past decades to glacial-interglacial cycles.