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
It has been announced this week that Jonathan Bamber, PI of the GlobalMass project, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union. This is a lifetime Fellowship and one of the most prestigious individual awards in … Continue reading
Earlier this month we organised a full-day workshop in Bristol to mark the fact the the GlobalMass project has recently passed its halfway mark.
We were indebted to six external researchers, with expertise spanning the diverse disciplines covered by GlobalMass, … Continue reading
The GlobalMass team has a new paper published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS).
Using a technique called structured expert judgement (SEJ), an international team of scientists … Continue reading
The GlobalMass project was well represented at the European Geophysical Union (EGU) General Assembly 2019 earlier this month. Four of the current project team attended the conference, and results from our project were presented in three talks and two posters. … Continue reading
Last week we presented our work on global water storage stress at the Drought and Water Scarcity conference in Oxford.
Bramha Dutt Vishwakarma gave a plenary talk on the assessment of global water storage stress using a new metric we … Continue reading
A GlobalMass paper has been named by Geophysical Journal International as one of its top Altimetric articles of 2018. The paper – reporting on the creation of a new ‘observational’ dataset of glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) using GPS time-series … Continue reading
Last month Jonathan Bamber represented GlobalMass at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2018, held in Washington, D.C. Our recent work was presented in two posters.
The first poster presented our work developing the BHM approach with a monthly … Continue reading
It’s been over six months since our last update, during which time we have been steadily making progress in several aspects of the project:
(1) Steric sea level change
We have previously reported that an estimation of a steric sea … Continue reading
The GlobalMass team has had a new paper published in Environmetrics: ‘Bayesian model–data synthesis with an application to global glacio‐isostatic adjustment‘.
The paper describes the key methodological developments that we have made to the Bayesian Hierarchical Modelling (BHM) … Continue reading