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Some new developments in the glacier flow modeling package Icepack

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For the last few years, I’ve been developing an open-source software package for simulating glacier flow called Icepack together with a team of students and PIs. Our main goals with icepack have been to make ice flow modeling more accessible to people who aren’t experts in numerical modeling as such and to facilitate experimentation with ice flow physics. Recently, I’ve added support for time-dependent and sparse data assimilation. In this talk, I’ll discuss some of the goals and design decisions we made, give a live demo, and talk about where we plan to take it in the future. Finally, I’ll attempt to co-opt all of you into using it.

This talk is part of the British Antarctic Survey - Ice Dynamics and Paleoclimate Seminar Series series.

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