This science gateway offers datasets, workflows, and tools to unify ice sheet observations and modeling, provide uncertainty quantification, and improve estimates of future sea level rise.
Access to computational tools and datasets is restricted to GHub members. Ice sheet scientists and members of related communities are welcome to register for access to GHub. Indicate your Reason and Interests in the appropriate fields, and use your institutional email address on the form. You may also contact us through a system ticket; please specify your association with GHub.
Collaborators on the GHub project include:
- Jason Briner, Beata Csatho, Kristin Poinar, Abani Patra, University at Buffalo, SUNY
- Sophie Nowicki, Erika Simon, NASA Goddard
- Isabel Nias, University of Maryland and NASA
- Eric Larour, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA
- Joerg Schaefer, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
- Denis Felikson, Universities Space Research Association and NASA
Inquiries and Assistance
GHub is supported by HUBzero, San Diego Supercomputer Center, and the Center for Computational Research (SUNY Buffalo). For inquiries, please contact Jeanette Sperhac, jsperhac-at-buffalo-dot-edu, or submit a ticket via UB CCR or vhub.org.
The work on this pilot gateway is supported by U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, “EAGER: Exploring a community driven data-model framework for testing the stability of the Greenland Ice Sheet, NSF 1837544.