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news:continuednasasupport [2013/03/05 18:06]
Andy Aschwanden
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-==== Continued NASA funding ​guarantees ​PISM development through 2017 ====+==== Continued NASA funding ​supports ​PISM development through 2017 ====
  
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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. 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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