A low-key reading group that meets about twice per month in the summer to discuss recent progress in all areas of glaciology.
Lunch meetings on Wednesdays in the Birch Seminar Room. Lunch will be provided!
May 29. The geological record of glaciation
Preparation for the New England Friends of the Pleistocene trip.
- USGS, 2018. Surficial Materials of Massachusetts—A 1:24,000-Scale Geologic Map Database
- Finlayson et al., (2019) Subglacial drumlins and englacial fractures at the surge‐type glacier, Múlajökull, Iceland
June 19. Mass balance
- Zemp et al., 2019. Global glacier mass changes and their contributions to sea-level rise from 1961 to 2016
- Paolo et al., 2018 Response of Pacific-sector Antarctic ice shelves to the El Niño/Southern Oscillation
- Huss et al., 2013. Implications of climate change on Glacier de la Plaine Morte, Switzerland
June 26: Seismology
- Hudson et al., 2019. Automated detection of basal icequakes and discrimination from surface crevassing.
- Schlegel et al., 2019. Comparison of elastic moduli from seismic diving-wave and ice-core microstructure analysis in Antarctic polar firn.
- Other papers from the recent Annals of Glaciology volume on Cryoseismology
- Vore et al., 2019. Seismic Tremor Reveals Spatial Organization and Temporal Changes of Subglacial Water System.
- Pham and Tkalcic, 2017. On the feasibility and use of teleseismic P wave coda autocorrelation for mapping shallow seismic discontinuities.
TBD Early July: Dynamics
- Jordan et al., 2017. Ocean‐Forced Ice‐Shelf Thinning in a Synchronously Coupled Ice‐Ocean Model
- Farinotti et al., 2019. A consensus estimate for the ice thickness distribution of all glaciers on Earth
- Golledge et al., 2012. Last Glacial Maximum climate in New Zealand inferred from a modelled Southern Alps icefield