Cryospheric Sciences

Larissa van der Laan

Larissa van der Laan is a postdoc at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She is a glaciologist and science communicator, specialized in glacier modelling. Her current project focuses on atmospheric research, looking at the impact of Greenland ice sheet runoff on the North Atlantic Oscillation.

Cryoscientist life stories – an interview with our incoming deputy division president, Daniel Farinotti

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We would like to introduce Daniel Farinotti to you, our Cryosphere Division incoming deputy president, who will take over as division president from 2025-2027. For that, our Cryosphere Division outreach officer, Larissa van der Laan, interviewed Daniel at the EGU General Assembly in April 2024, to ask him a few questions about himself and his view of this exciting role within the EGU. Larissa: Hi ...[Read More]