GlobalMass team member Bramha Dutt Vishwakarma is the lead author on a new paper published in Remote Sensing (‘What Is the Spatial Resolution of GRACE Satellite Products for Hydrology?‘).
The starting point for the paper is a simple … Continue reading
The GlobalMass team has had a new open-access review paper accepted for publication in Environmental Research Letters.
The review provides a new estimate of land ice mass trends during the satellite era (1992 to 2016), focusing on its contribution … Continue reading
GlobalMass team member Maike Schumacher is co-author on two new papers published in Advances in Water Resources.
In the first, (‘Assessing sequential data assimilation techniques for integrating GRACE data into a hydrological model‘) the authors use terrestrial water … Continue reading
A plain language summary is now available of the recent paper in Science Advances (‘Decreasing cloud cover drives the recent mass loss on the Greenland Ice Sheet‘) by GlobalMass team members Stefan Hofer, Jonathan Bamber and others.
A … Continue reading
GlobalMass team members Stephen Chuter and Jonathan Bamber, along with Alba Martín-Español and Bert Wouters, have had a new paper (‘Mass Balance Reassessment of Glaciers Draining into the Abbot and Getz Ice Shelves of West Antarctica‘) accepted for … Continue reading
A team of scientists, led by the University of Bristol, has discovered that a marked decrease in summer cloud cover during the last 20 years has significantly accelerated melt from the Greenland ice sheet. The new findings, published this week … Continue reading
William Llovel has co-authored a new paper in the Spring 2017 issue of US CLIVAR’s ‘Variations’ newsletter. The paper (‘Remote sensing of bottom pressure from GRACE satellites’) reviews how, with the recent development of advanced processing methods, GRACE data … Continue reading
A press release has been issued about the findings of our latest paper.
To coincide with the publication of the first paper written as part of the GlobalMass project (Constraining the mass balance of East Antarctica), we have produced a plain language summary of the work. In it, we explain the … Continue reading
A paper investigating the mass balance of East Antarctica between 2003 and 2013 has been accepted for publication in Geophysical Research Letters. A key finding is that ice mass gains in the East Antarctic Ice Sheet are less than ice … Continue reading