Coverage of the GlobalMass project in the media and elsewhere


Is sea level rise the same everywhere around the globe? (Cordis, November 2023)

Attributing global sea level rise to its component parts (Cordis, April 2023)


Surface Temperature Sets the Pace of Sea Level Rise (Christopher Piecuch, Eos, October 2022)

Statistical technique being developed to combat pollution, traffic congestion, viruses and crime (University of Bristol news, February 2022)


Re-assessing global water storage trends from GRACE time series (Universität Stuttgart, August 2021)


Greenland is melting: we need to worry about what’s happening on the largest island in the world (The Conversation, November 2020)

Greenland’s largest glaciers nearing rates of melt expected in ‘worst-case scenario’ (Independent, November 2020)

Arctic Ocean: why winter sea ice has stalled, and what it means for the rest of the world (The Conversation, October 2020)

The ocean floor is sinking under the weight of sea level rise (EGU Climate: Past, Present and Future Division blog, October 2020)

ERC-funded research: Outstanding publications (page 43, Annual Report on the ERC activities and achievements in 2019. May 2020)

The ocean floor is sinking due to climate change (Newsweek. January 2020)

The seabed is sinking under the weight of water from melting ice caps (New Scientist. January 2020)

2019 in climate science: A continued warming trend and ‘bleak’ research (Yale Climate Connections, January 2020)


London has spent billions, but no one can escape climate change (CNN, December 2019)

Hundreds of Millions to Be Flooded Out by the Sea (Ecoshock Radio, November 2019)

Explainer: How climate change is accelerating sea level rise (Carbon Brief, September 2019)

Interactive visualisation of Antarctic mass trends from 2003 until present (Jean Golding Institute Blog, July 2019)

Clouds dominate uncertainties in predicting future Greenland melt (University of Bristol news, June 2019)

Climate change: Global sea level rise could be bigger than expected (BBC, May 2019)

Sea level rise could hit 2 metres by 2100 – much worse than feared (New Scientist, May 2019)

Study: Sea levels rising more than previously thought (CNN, May 2019)

Climate change: sea level rise could displace millions of people within two generations (The Conversation, May 2019)

Expert judgement provides better understanding of the effect of melting ice sheets (University of Bristol news, May 2019)


Seeking clarity on melting land ice (Physics World Weekly podcast, July 2018)

New insights into the contribution of land ice to sea level rise (University of Bristol news, June 2018)

Antarctica: A decade of dynamic change (EGU Cryospheric Sciences Division blog, May 2018)


Cloud loss melts Greenland (Nature Climate Change Research Highlights, August 2017)

What to Believe in Antarctica’s Great Ice Debate (Scientific American, July 2017)

More summer sunshine leading to increased Greenland ice melt (University of Bristol news, June 2017)

New research shows growth of East Antarctic Ice Sheet was less than previously suggested (University of Bristol news, May 2017)