Report from the iSTAR Science Integration Meeting

The iSTAR programme is starting to ramp down, but the data are still being analysed, and new discoveries are still being made and published. On 18–19 May, we held the iSTAR Science Integration Meeting, our final science meeting, hosted by the School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds. This meeting aimed to summarise iSTAR’s combined achievements and assess these achievements against the program’s original objectives: understanding the transport of ocean heat toward the ice sheet, understanding the sub-ice processes affecting ice melt, and understanding the response of the inland glacier to the ocean-induced changes.

Programme leader Andy Smith has written a brief report of the meeting, just published in Eos:

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