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Prof. David Vaughan - Profile

Selected publications since 2010

1. Arthern, R.J., et al., In situ measurements of Antarctic snow compaction compared with predictions of models. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, 2010. 115.

2. Barrand, N.E., et al., Trends in Antarctic Peninsula surface melting conditions from observations and regional climate modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, 2013. 118(1): p. 315-330.

3. Bindschadler, R., D.G. Vaughan, and P. Vornberger, Variability of basal melt beneath the Pine Island Glacier ice shelf, West Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology, 2011. 57(204): p. 581-595.

4. Bingham, R.G., et al., Inland thinning of West Antarctic Ice Sheet steered along subglacial rifts. Nature, 2012. 487(7408): p. 468-471.

5. Cook, A.J. and D.G. Vaughan, Overview of areal changes of the ice shelves on the Antarctic Peninsula over the past 50 years. Cryosphere, 2010. 4(1): p. 77-98.

6. Cook, A.J., et al., A new Antarctic Peninsula glacier basin inventory and observed area changes since the 1940s. Antarctic Science, 2014. 26(6): p. 614-624.

7. Dutrieux, P., et al., Pine Island glacier ice shelf melt distributed at kilometre scales. Cryosphere, 2013. 7(5): p. 1543-1555.

8. Fretwell, P., et al., Bedmap2: improved ice bed, surface and thickness datasets for Antarctica. Cryosphere, 2013. 7(1): p. 375-393.

9. Gillet-Chaulet, F., et al., Greenland ice sheet contribution to sea-level rise from a new-generation ice-sheet model. Cryosphere, 2012. 6(6): p. 1561-1576.

10. Graham, A.G.C., et al., Seabed corrugations beneath an Antarctic ice shelf revealed by autonomous underwater vehicle survey: Origin and implications for the history of Pine Island Glacier. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, 2013. 118(3): p. 1356-1366.

11. Hillenbrand, C.-D., et al., Grounding-line retreat of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet from inner Pine Island Bay. Geology, 2013. 41(1): p. 35-38.

12. Holland, P.R., et al., The air content of Larsen Ice Shelf. Geophysical Research Letters, 2011. 38.

13. Humbert, A., et al., Deformation and failure of the ice bridge on the Wilkins Ice Shelf, Antarctica. Annals of Glaciology, 2010. 51(55): p. 49-55.

14. Jordan, T.A., et al., Aerogravity evidence for major crustal thinning under the Pine Island Glacier region (West Antarctica). Geological Society of America Bulletin, 2010. 122(5-6): p. 714-726.

15. Karlsson, N.B., et al., Constraining past accumulation in the central Pine Island Glacier basin, West Antarctica, using radio-echo sounding. Journal of Glaciology, 2014. 60(221): p. 553-562.

16. Karlsson, N.B., et al., A 'continuity-index' for assessing ice-sheet dynamics from radar-sounded internal layers. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2012. 335: p. 88-94.

17. Katsman, C.A., et al., Exploring high-end scenarios for local sea level rise to develop flood protection strategies for a low-lying delta-the Netherlands as an example. Climatic Change, 2011. 109(3-4): p. 617-645.

18. Kennicutt, M.C., II, et al., Polar Research: Six priorities for Antarctic science. Nature, 2014. 512(7512): p. 23-25.

19. Kuipers Munneke, P., et al., Firn air depletion as a precursor of Antarctic ice-shelf collapse. Journal of Glaciology, 2014. 60(220): p. 205-214.

20. Kunz, M., et al., Multi-decadal glacier surface lowering in the Antarctic Peninsula. Geophysical Research Letters, 2012. 39.

21. Park, J.W., et al., Sustained retreat of the Pine Island Glacier. Geophysical Research Letters, 2013. 40(10): p. 2137-2142.

22. Pritchard, H.D., et al., Antarctic ice-sheet loss driven by basal melting of ice shelves. Nature, 2012. 484(7395): p. 502-505.

23. Rippin, D.M., D.G. Vaughan, and H.F.J. Corr, The basal roughness of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology, 2011. 57(201): p. 67-76.

24. Scott, J.B.T., et al., Crevasses triggered on Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica, by drilling through an exceptional melt layer. Annals of Glaciology, 2010. 51(55): p. 65-70.

25. Shepherd, A., et al., A Reconciled Estimate of Ice-Sheet Mass Balance. Science, 2012. 338(6111): p. 1183-1189.

26. Vaughan, D.G., et al., Potential seaways across West Antarctica. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 2011. 12.

27. Vaughan, D.G., et al., Subglacial melt channels and fracture in the floating part of Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, 2012. 117.