Several bodies in the Solar System support widespread and long-lived cryospheres, including the Earth, Mars, and Ceres. Processes on these bodies are often similar, allowing for comparative planetology from landform observations. However, each body has processes unique to itself, such as liquid water interactions on Earth, carbon dioxide ice on Mars, and cryovolcanism on Ceres. We invite abstracts on any topic involving observations, modeling or analog fieldwork of the cryospheric processes of these bodies and how they change through time. Abstracts presenting new results from ongoing or recent investigations are especially encouraged.
Abstracts may be submitted here.