I’ve recorded some screen capture videos for use in talks to demonstrate ice sheet behaviour. I found it hard to demonstrate and narrate at the same time when I tried using the tutorial in a presentation!
The videos are on YouTube, but if you want the .mp4 file, you can also download them from the links provided below:
Demo level of Institute Ice Stream:
(mp4 file: http://www.iceflowsgame.com/videos/Institute.mp4 (16 MB))
Demo level of Mass Balance of an ice sheet:
Narrative: To introduce the role of snowfall and ocean temperature changes in controlling the extent of a marine ice sheet.
(mp4 file: http://www.iceflowsgame.com/videos/MassBalance.mp4 (13 MB))
Demo level of Calving Front Change:
Narrative: That icebergs are a normal part of marine ice sheet behaviour – that it is important to look at the net change in the calving front location to understand the implications of an iceberg calving event.
(mp4 file: http://www.iceflowsgame.com/videos/CalvingFront.mp4 (10 MB))
Demo level of Marine Ice Sheet Instability:
Narrative: On a forward slope, a small change in ocean temperature causes a small change in the groundling line location. However, a small change on the threshold of a reverse slope means a large grounding line change. The level starts with the Institute Ice Stream grounding line in approximately its present position.
(mp4 file: http://www.iceflowsgame.com/videos/MISI.mp4 (17 MB))
Demo level of Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf Collapse:
Narrative: Demo of how increased water temperatures beneath the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf could cause the collapse of the ice shelf and retreat of the ice sheet. The level starts with the Institute Ice Stream grounding line in approximately its present position.
(mp4 file: http://www.iceflowsgame.com/videos/Filchner-Ronne_collapse.mp4 (5 MB))