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Observations of Stress and Strain at Floe Scale in Sea Ice
2:00pm - 3:00pm ET
MacLean ESC, Rm. 201
Part of the ICE + CLIMATE SEMINAR SERIES:
A (virtual atm) seminar series highlighting research related to ice+climate, especially graduate students, postdocs, and junior faculty. We aim to foster a broader participation of underrepresented researchers and our goal is to build a community that is supportive and inclusive.
- Seminar format is very flexible and informal.
- Speakers usually talk for about 45 minutes with ~15 minutes for question.
- Sometimes the discussion occurs during the talk and other times it happens at the end.
About the Speaker(s)
Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)
Polashenski is also Adjunct Associate Professor of Engineering at Dartmouth who studies sea ice geophysics; the interaction of sunlight with ice and snow; the Arctic system and climate change.
For more information, contact Colin Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.