The Science Advisory Board (SAB) of the U.S. Ice Drilling Program (IDP) invites nominations, including self-nominations, from the scientific community to fill four open positions on the IDP-SAB. The SAB seeks to maintain expertise in subglacial science, glacial geophysics, ice borehole science, and cryomicrobiology. Nominees must be U.S.-based scientists whose research relies on analysis of evidence from within and below ice sheets and glaciers. The primary purpose of the SAB is to represent the research community in providing advice and input on scientific issues affecting drilling and coring efforts of the IDP. SAB members typically serve for four years, participate in the annual SAB meeting, and collaborate remotely as needed. SAB members work with the standing working groups to prioritize community needs.
* Please send nominations and expressions of interest to Icedrill@Dartmouth.edu by November 17, 2022. *