Thursday, October 12th 2017
Makris Lobster and Steak House, Concord
5:30 pm Social Hour - 6:30 pm Dinner - 7:15 pm Speaker Presentation
Ice Shelf Stability in Antarctica: Crevasses and Marine Ice Investigated with Robot GPR
There are 1.2 million km2 of ice shelves buttressing most faster moving continental Antarctic ice. Steve will discuss ice shelves, the cause of their instability, and results from his Dartmouth-University of Maine robot ground-penetrating radar project that is investigating the possibility destabilizing flow dynamics, crevassing, marine ice, and exotic wing cracks in a critical shear zone that defines a margin of the massive Ross ice Shelf.
For more information or to reserve a seat email Sharon Lewandowski at
CEU certificates will be available at the end of the evening program for 1.5 hours.
ADVANCE RESERVATION - Member (dues paid) $25.00 / Non-member $28.00
AT THE DOOR - Member (dues paid) $27.00 / Non-member $30.00
Student with a valid student I.D. (Reservation Required) $10.00
Note: GSNH will accept dinner registrations by e-mail, which will then allow you to pay at the door. Please specify vegetarian meals required if registering by e-mail. Please note that e-mail reservations constitute an agreement with the GSNH for which you will be responsible to pay, whether you are able to attend or not, unless you cancel your reservation by the Advance reservation deadline.
Advance Reservation Deadline is on FRIDAY the week before the dinner.
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