Our latest paper has been published in Environmental Research Letters, entitled “Re-assessing global water storage trends from GRACE time series“.
Its main message is that linear trend values for short time series should be interpreted carefully, and specifically … Continue reading
We are delighted to introduce Fanny Lehmann, the latest addition to the GlobalMass team.
Fanny is part of the University of Bristol’s 2020 MScR cohort in Global Environmental Challenges and will be working to answer the question: ‘How is the … Continue reading
The following blog post, written by GlobalMass team member Bramha Dutt Vishwakarma, first appeared on the blog of the Climate: Past, Present and Future (CL) Division of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) in October 2020 (https://blogs.egu.eu/divisions/cl/2020/10/16/sinkingoceanfloor/).
Sea level … Continue reading
We have had another paper published, this time in Geophysical Research Letters, which argues that “Sea level budgets should account for ocean bottom deformation“.
In the paper, we first derive the sea level budget equation from fundamental principles … Continue reading
We are delighted to welcome Aoibheann Brady to the GlobalMass team, to lead on the development of the statistical framework that is central to the project aims.
Aoibheann joins us from the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of … Continue reading
Last week Stephen Chuter gave a talk at the 2017 West Antarctica Ice Sheet (WAIS) workshop in Seattle, USA. His presentation (‘Mass budget reassessment of the Abbot and Getz sectors of West Antarctica‘) described how mass balance estimates … Continue reading