Papers WS 2019

The PDFs of the papers can be downloaded by following this link (password protected).

You should have received the password by mail (if not, contact Rainer).

We have chosen to discuss papers under the broad umbrella of “Applications and implications of climatically forced cryospheric change”.

This should be a rich vein that sustains us the whole semester - it includes things like:

Upcoming paper

On 22nd January we will discuss as a team:

Wijngaard, R. R., Steiner, J. F., Kraaijenbrink, P. D. A., Klug, C., Adhikari, S., Banerjee, A., et al. (2019). Modeling the Response of the Langtang Glacier and the Hintereisferner to a Changing Climate Since the Little Ice Age. Frontiers in Earth Science, 7(June), 1–24.

Looking further ahead ….

We will close this seminar on 30th Janaury with a wider view on climatology discussing

Steffen, W., Rockström, J., Richardson, K., Lenton, T. M., Folke, C., Liverman, D., et al. (2018). Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropocene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(33), 8252–8259.

Suggested papers (an incomplete list)

Past papers

On 16th January we discussed as a team:

With this paper we closed the mass balance reanalyses trilogy from the last two sessions.

On 12th December Annelies presented a recent paper from Hintereisferner:

On 5th December Andreas presented:

On 28th November we took a short-handed decision to attend the Master defenses of P. Raffler and M. Stichaner.

On 21st November Daniel presented a key paper about boudary layer structure above a mountian glacier. Thank you for guiding us through the math.

On 07th November we dicussed after an introduction from Maximilian:

On 24th October we dicussed after an introduction from Carlo:

On 17th October Rainer gave an overview about

On 10th October we dicussed after an introduction from Alzbeta: