I'm a geochemist. In the past ten years I've fixed mass spectrometers, blasted sapphires with a laser beam, explored for uranium in a nature reserve, and measured growth patterns in fish ears, and helped design the next generation of the world's most advanced ion probe. My main interest is in-situ mass spectrometry, but I have a soft spot in my heart for thermodynamics, drillers, and cosmochemistry.
Do any of the seismic and/or climactic people know what small-to-moderate tsunamis do to ice sheets? I'm just thinking that the summer melt season is wrapping up, and the West coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, Ellsworth Land, and Marie Byrd Land are all in the Pacific basin.