Lunch lecture - How to weigh ice sheets?
Thursday June 11 - 12.30-13.45 - Applied Physics lecture hall E
Peter Kuipers Munneke is a physicist, polar meteorologist and weatherman at the NOS.
Global sea level is rising at 3 millimeters per year. Melting ice sheets and glaciers contribute more than half of that. But how do we know they are shrinking? And how do we know how fast they shrink? Dazzling and groundbreaking physical engineering allows us to assess global ice loss using satellites in great detail and with great precision. Come and discover how applied physics revolutionized our knowledge of the Earth’s big ice sheets. Subscribe for guaranteed entrance and free lunch.
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