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Who is doing What?

Who is doing What in the Elmer/Ice community? What are the current developments and who to contact if you are interested? Here are these informations, to be updated from time to time…


  • Model by Basile de Fleurian, based on a double continuum approach. Same equations for both the the inefficient and efficient drainage systems (Darcy law). A paper should is in preparation. Contact: Basile de Fleurian (LGGE, Grenoble), Olivier Gagliardini (LGGE, Grenoble)
  • Model by Mauro Werder, based on GlaDS (Glacier Drainage System model, Werder et al., submitted JGR 2013), based on the empirical Darcy-Weishbach law (turbulent flow) for both teh water sheet and the channels. Channels stand on the edges of the surface elements. Contact: Mauro Werder (SFU, Vancouver), Olivier Gagliardini (LGGE, Grenoble)


  • Model developed by Joe Todd, following the work by Sue Cook, based on a crevasse depth criteria. Development of solvers to interpolate the variables from the old to the new mesh after a calving event. Contact: Joe Todd (SPRI, Cambridge)
  • Model developed by Jean Krug, based on damage mechanics and linear elastic fracture mechanics for the calving criteria. Contact: Jean Krug and Gaël Durand (LGGE, Grenoble)
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