ICECReW 1.5-day workshop before US Ice Core Open Science Meeting
The second Ice Core Early-Career Researchers Workshop (ICECReW) will be held on May 7 and 8 2023, ahead of the US Ice Core Open Science Meeting (May 8-10) at the University of Washington, Seattle. ICECReW is an opportunity for early-career researchers to meet and discuss ice core science. The focus of this year’s workshop is encouraging collaboration and generating proposal ideas.
ICECReW is intended for early-career researchers whose work contributes to the drilling, processing, and/or interpretation of ice core data. We broadly define “early career” as someone within 3 years of PhD (before or after completion), although exceptions are certainly possible.
To ensure you do not miss announcements, we recommend joining theHercules Dome mailing list. More details and a short application for the workshop will be announced in February. We anticipate being able to support the cost of an additional two nights’ lodging for US participants, but are not covering other travel expenses this year. Travel to/from the US Ice Core Science Meeting will be at the participants’ own expense.
See you in Seattle next Spring,
Organizing Committee: Ursula Jongebloed, Emma Robertson, Julia Andreasen, T.J. Fudge, and Bess Koffman