Spring 2017 reading seminar

We had a seminar with papers on a not-so-specific theme this quarter. And read some work from a few here at UW. Here is a recap:

Week 1:
Colgan, W., H. Machguth, M. MacFerrin, J. D. Colgan, D. van As, and J. A. MacGregor (2016), The abandoned ice sheet base at Camp Century, Greenland, in a warming climate, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 8091–8096, doi:10.1002/2016GL069688.

Week 2:
Fudge, T. J., B. R. Markle, K. M. Cuffey, C. Buizert, K. C. Taylor, E. J. Steig, E. D. Waddington, H. Conway, and M. Koutnik (2016), Variable relationship between accumulation and temperature in West Antarctica for the past 31,000 years, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 3795–3803, doi:10.1002/2016GL068356.

Week 3:
Golledge, N. R., R. H. Levy, R. M. McKay, and T. R. Naish (2017), East Antarctic ice sheet most vulnerable to Weddell Sea warming, Geophys. Res. Lett., 4423432351.

Week 4:
Campbell, S., Z. Courville, S. Sinclair, and J. Wilner (In press). Bring, englacial structure, and basal properties near the terminus of McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica. Annals of Glaciology.

Week 5:
Holzschuh, N., D. Pollard, R. Alley, and S. Anandakrqshnan (2014). Evaluating Marie Byrd Land stability using an improved basal topography. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 408, 362-369.

Week 6:
POPE, A., WILLIS, I., PÁLSSON, F., ARNOLD, N., REES, W., BJÖRNSSON, H., & GREY, L. (2016). Elevation change, mass balance, dynamics and surging of Langjökull, Iceland from 1997 to 2007. Journal of Glaciology, 62(233), 497-511. doi:10.1017/jog.2016.55.

Week 7:
Seguinot, J., Rogozhina, I., Stroeven, A. P., Margold, M., and Kleman, J.: Numerical simulations of the Cordilleran ice sheet through the last glacial cycle, The Cryosphere, 10, 639-664, doi:10.5194/tc-10-639-2016, 2016.