Publications

List of publications using PISM

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2021

  1. J. Feldmann, R. Reese, R. Winkelmann, and A. Levermann. Shear-margin melting causes stronger transient ice discharge than ice-stream melting according to idealized simulations. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2021:1–28, 2021. URL: https://tc.copernicus.org/preprints/tc-2021-327/, doi:10.5194/tc-2021-327.
  2. T. Schlemm, J. Feldmann, R. Winkelmann, and A. Levermann. Stabilizing effect of mélange buttressing on the marine ice cliff instability of the west antarctic ice sheet. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2021:1–29, 2021. URL: https://tc.copernicus.org/preprints/tc-2021-238/, doi:10.5194/tc-2021-238.
  3. C. Yue, L. S. Schmidt, L. Zhao, M. Wolovick, and J. C. Moore. Insensitivity of mass loss of icelandic vatnajökull ice cap to solar geoengineering. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2021:1–20, 2021. URL: https://tc.copernicus.org/preprints/tc-2021-318/, doi:10.5194/tc-2021-318.
  4. M. Zeitz, R. Reese, J. Beckmann, U. Krebs-Kanzow, and R. Winkelmann. Impact of the melt-albedo feedback on the future evolution of the Greenland ice sheet with PISM-dEBM-simple. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2021:1–32, 2021. URL: https://tc.copernicus.org/preprints/tc-2021-91/, doi:10.5194/tc-2021-91.
  5. M. Zeitz, R. Winkelmann, and A. Levermann. Implications of flow law uncertainty for flow-driven ice-loss in greenland under idealized warming pathways. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2021. URL: http://www.pik-potsdam.de/~anders/publications/zeitz_winkelmann21.pdf.
  6. A.-S. P. Zinck and A. Grinsted. Brief communication: estimating the ice thickness of the müller ice cap using an inversion of the shallow ice approximation. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2021:1–12, 2021. URL: https://tc.copernicus.org/preprints/tc-2021-300/, doi:10.5194/tc-2021-300.

2020

  1. P. Gierz, L. Ackermann, C. B. Rodehacke, U. Krebs-Kanzow, C. Stepanek, D. Barbi, and G. Lohmann. Simulating interactive ice sheets in the multi-resolution awi-esm 1.2: a case study using scope 1.0. Geoscientific Model Development Discussions, 2020:1–32, 2020. URL: https://gmd.copernicus.org/preprints/gmd-2020-159/, doi:10.5194/gmd-2020-159.
  2. S. Hinck, E. J. Gowan, X. Zhang, and G. Lohmann. Pism-lakecc: implementing an adaptive proglacial lake boundary into an ice sheet model. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2020:1–36, 2020. URL: https://tc.copernicus.org/preprints/tc-2020-353/, doi:10.5194/tc-2020-353.
  3. Z. Zhang, Q. Yan, R. Zhang, F. Colleoni, G. Ramstein, G. Dai, M. Jakobsson, M. O’Regan, S. Liess, D.-D. Rousseau, N. Wu, E. J. Farmer, C. Contoux, C. Guo, N. Tan, and Z. Guo. Rapid waxing and waning of beringian ice sheet reconcile glacial climate records from around north pacific. Climate of the Past Discussions, 2020:1–25, 2020. URL: https://cp.copernicus.org/preprints/cp-2020-38/, doi:10.5194/cp-2020-38.

2018

  1. A. Winter, T. Kleiner, D. Steinhage, T. Creyts, and O. Eisen. Deducing large-scale age distribution and paleoaccumulation rates from radiostratigraphy in east antarctica. 2018. URL: https://d-nb.info/1164151959/34.

2015

  1. M. A. Martin, A. Levermann, and R. Winkelmann. Comparing ice discharge through west antarctic gateways: weddell vs. amundsen sea warming. The Cryosphere Discussions, 9(2):1705–1733, 2015. URL: http://www.the-cryosphere-discuss.net/9/1705/2015/.

2012

  1. R. Winkelmann, A. Levermann, K. Frieler, and M. A. Martin. Uncertainty in future solid ice discharge from antarctica. The Cryosphere Discussions, 6(1):673–714, 2012. URL: http://www.the-cryosphere-discuss.net/6/673/2012/.

2009

  1. Ed Bueler, Constantine Khroulev, Andy Aschwanden, Ian Joughin, and Ben E. Smith. Modeled and observed fast flow in the Greenland ice sheet. 2009. URL: http://pism.github.io/uaf-iceflow/BKAJS_submit2_twocolumn.pdf.

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AWI PostDoc: Antarctic Ice Sheets in warming climates

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