Modelling the Marginal Ice Zone
23 Nov 2015 | | Contributor(s):: Luke Bennetts
The marginal ice zone (MIZ) is the 10s to 100s of kilometres of partially ice-covered ocean, which sits between the open ocean and the quasi-continuous ice cover. It’s a highly dynamic region, where open ocean wave processes impact the ice cover, and it’s becoming larger and more...
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MCRN on ICIAM 2015 TV
14 Aug 2015 |
ICIAM 2015 TV is part of WebsEdge/Education – a group of products and services for Education related organizations, connecting issues and audiences through television.ICIAM 2015 TV in partnership with the International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM) covers...
NSF's Science Nation Video on David Holland's field work in Greenland
18 Mar 2015 |
MCRN member and founding principal investigator David Holland was featured in the NSF's Science Nation video, titled, "Mathematician uses skills to study Greenland's retreating glaciers," on September 9,...