Ice sheet extent and early deglacial history of the southwestern sector of the Greenland Ice Sheet KU Leuven
A rapidly converging initialisation method to simulate the present-day Greenland ice sheet using the GRISLI ice sheet model (version 1.3) Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Providing reliable projections of the ice sheet contribution to future sea-level rise has become one of the main challenges of the ice sheet modelling community. To increase confidence in future projections, a good knowledge of the present-day state of ice flow dynamics, which is critically dependent on basal conditions, is strongly needed. The main difficulty is tied to the scarcity of observations at the ice-bed interface at the scale of ...
A model of Greenland ice sheet deglaciation constrained by observations of relative sea level and ice extent Vrije Universiteit Brussel KU Leuven
High Arctic Holocene temperature record from the Agassiz ice cap and Greenland ice sheet evolution Vrije Universiteit Brussel KU Leuven
exceed contemporary values for a period of ∼3,000 y. Our ...
Calibrating a glaciological model of the Greenland ice sheet from the last glacial maximum to present-day using field observations of relative sea level and ice extent Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Calibrating a glaciological model of the Greenland ice sheet from the Last Glacial Maximum to present-day using field observations of relative sea level and ice extent KU Leuven
Evolution of supra-glacial lakes across the Greenland Ice Sheet Vrije Universiteit Brussel KU Leuven
Melt-induced speed-up of Greenland ice sheet offset by efficient subglacial drainage Vrije Universiteit Brussel KU Leuven
Equilibrium State of the Greenland Ice Sheet in the Earth System Model Vrije Universiteit Brussel KU Leuven
Currently, the Earth system models are widely used for studying present-day climate dynamics and for palaeoreconstructions. A full Earth system model should include dynamical ice sheet models of Greenland and Antarctica as subsystems. To couple the latters with the atmospheric and with the oceanic blocks, it is necessary to introduce a special procedure to sustain mutual data exchange between subsystems with different temporal and spatial ...