Arctic warming has prompted widespread, and at times abrupt, local-to-regional sea and glacial ice melt with associated climatic effects emanating through the Arctic and lower latitudes. In this session, we welcome a broad array of Arctic change studies conducted over various spatial scales that apply observational and/or modeling approaches to examine satellite-era oceanic, atmospheric, and/or landscape interactions with sea and glacial ice cover. Arctic climate impacts studies, linking hotspots of melt to large-scale weather patterns, sea-level rise, or environmental change, for instance, are also welcomed.
|Presenter||Thomas Ballinger*, Texas State University, Thomas Mote, University of Georgia, Edward Hanna, University of Lincoln, Jeffrey Miller, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and KBRWyle, Inc, Melt season fringe interactions between Baffin Bay ice cover and the Greenland ice sheet||15||3:20 PM|
|Presenter||Kyle Mattingly*, University of Georgia, Thomas Mote, University of Georgia, Atmospheric river impacts on the surface energy budget of the Greenland Ice Sheet||15||3:35 PM|
|Presenter||Dagmar Budikova*, Illinois State University, Trenton Ford, Department of Geography and Environmental Resources, Southern Illinois University, Thomas J. Ballinger, Department of Geography, Texas State University, Regional Arctic Sea Ice Variability and Continental US Summer Heat Waves||15||3:50 PM|
|Presenter||Julie Sanchez*, Pennsylvania State University, Andrew M. Carleton, Pennsylvania State University , The roles of summer sea ice and autumn atmospheric circulation||15||4:05 PM|
|Presenter||Dmitry Streletskiy*, George Washington University, Worldwide Permafrost Degradation?||15||4:20 PM|
|Presenter||Christopher Cosgrove*, Oregon State University, Hostile winters; are changes in Arctic/Boreal North America seasonal snow conditions causing Dall Sheep population decline?||15||4:35 PM|
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