Continued NASA funding supports PISM development through 2017

Published: Mar 6, 2013 by The PISM Authors

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We have been notified that two PISM-supporting NASA research proposals have been selected for funding, one in the Cryospheric Sciences program and one in the Modeling, Analysis, and Prediction (MAP) program. Our proposed research threads focus on the dynamics of the Greenland ice sheet and on the exploitation of NASA remote observations as constraints. The current MAP grant expires in the next few months, so this news is timely. The new grants support PISM development and application for four years, through mid-2017. They include support for UAF researchers Ed Bueler, Andy Aschwanden, and Mark Fahnestock, and full-time support for scientific programmer Constantine Khroulev.

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