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Cryosphere Executive Committee - Fall AGY 2017 - New OrleansThe latest numbers show that there are currently 3892 total Section members of which 1391 are primarily affiliated with the AGU Cryosphere Section. Don’t forget to declare “Cryosphere” as your primary scientific interest!

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Officers

Michele Koppes

President: Michele Koppes
Geography, University of British Columbia, Canada

   President-Elect: Bob Hawley
   Dartmouth University

Peter Neff

Secretary: Peter Neff
University of Washington

Robin E. Bell

AGU President: Robin E. Bell
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

Emilio Mateo

Website: Emilio Mateo
Aspen Global Change Institute

Ellyn Enderlin

Newsletter: Ellyn Enderlin
Boise State University

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee

Cryosphere Awards Committee (Nye Lecture/Early Career)

Ellyn Enderlin

Chair: Ellyn Enderlin
Boise State University

Waleed Abdalati Waleed Abdalati
CIRES, University of Colorado Boulder

Committee Member: Helene Seroussi
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA 

Fall Meeting Program Committee

Chair: Kiya Riverman
University of Oregon

Liaisons

Ian Bolliger

Liaison to Societal Impacts & Policy Sciences: Ian Bolliger
Energy & Resources Group, University of California, Berkeley

Liaison to Hydrology: Jeffrey Deems
National Snow and Ice Data Center

Early Career Representatives

Student Representative/Social Media

Canvassing Committee

   Co-Chair: Mike MacFerrin
   University of Colorado

   Co-Chair: Melisa Diaz
   Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (University of Colorado Boulder starting Summer 2022)

Sinead Farrell

Committee Member: Sinead Farrell
University of Maryland, College Park & National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

Cryosphere Fellows Committee

   Chair: Bob Hawley
   Dartmouth University

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 Committee Member: Anne Nolin
 University of Nevada, Reno

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