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Conferences and workshops

Crevasse Webinar Series

About the series

In June 2021, NSF sponsored the Crevasse Risk Management and Safety Workshop. In continuing the conversations of this workshop, the NSF Office of Polar Programs is hosting a four-part webinar series on using technology to increase the ability to detect crevasses, an essential need while doing fieldwork in rapidly changing, ice-laden landscapes.

There is no need to register in advance. Simply follow the link listed below. 

Using Modeling to Predict Where Crevasses Form 

  • Monday, March 27th at 10:30-11:30 am Eastern
  • Panelists:
    • Ching-Yao Lai, Princeton University
    • Ellyn Enderlin, Boise State University
    • Tim Bartholomaus, University of Idaho
  • Recording: Using Modeling to Predict Where Crevasses Form
    • Passcode: rMKJy0!9

Using Drones, Automated Radar Collection and Other Techniques in the Field to Detect Crevasses

Using Satellite Imagery and Remote Sensing for Crevasse Detection

Automated Detection of Crevasses from Remote Sensing

  • Thursday, April 6th at 4-5 pm Eastern
  • Panelists:
    • Matt Siegfried, Colorado School of Mines
    • Joanna Millstein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
    • Shane Grigsby, Colorado School of Mines
    • Gabe Lewis, University of Nevada, Reno
    • Ching-Yao Lai, Princeton University
  • Recording: Automated Detection of Crevasses from Remote Sensing
    • Passcode: PT0zqX4!

Past events in this series