Christine Schøtt Hvidberg
Physics of Ice, Climate and Earth
Tagensvej 16, 2200 København N, Tagensvej 16, Building: 110
Physics of ice and climate. Non-linear dynamical behaviour and flow of ice in the climate system. Planetary climate and ices. I develop models based on theoretical fluid mechanics to infer knowledge of ice flow and its role for stability and evolution of climate and ice sheets. I combine climate and ice sheet models based on physics, mathematics, geophysics, fluid mechanics, statistics, numerical and field methods with ice core data, satellite and in-situ observations to detect climate changes and to reveal climate and ice sheet evolution from paleo-climatic archives in ice cores. Strong engagement in world-leading ice core drilling projects and in Mars polar science and exploration.