Publications

Research articles:

  • Wild CT, Marsh OJ & Rack W (2018). Unraveling InSAR observed Antarctic ice-shelf flexure using 2-D elastic and viscoelastic modelling, Frontiers in Earth Science, doi:10.3389/feart.2018.00028, wild_etal_2018.pdf
  • Wild CT, Marsh OJ & Rack W (2017). Viscosity and elasticity: A model intercomparison of ice-shelf bending in an Antarctic grounding zone. Journal of Glaciology, doi:10.1017/jog.2017.15,  wild_etal_2017.pdf
  • Rack W, King MA, Marsh OJ, Wild CT & Floricioiu D (2017). Analysis of ice shelf flexure and its InSAR representation in the grounding zone of the Southern McMurdo Ice Shelf. The Cryosphere, doi:10.5194/tc-2017-13, rack_etal_2017.pdf
  • Rosier SHR, Marsh OJ, Rack W, Gudmundsson GH, Wild CT & Ryan M (2017). On the interpretation of ice-shelf flexure measurements. Journal of Glaciology, doi:10.1017/jog.2017.44, rosier_etal_2017.pdf
  • Maussion F, Butenko A, Eis J, Fourteau K, Jarosch AH, Landmann J, Oesterle F, Recinos B, Rothenpieler T, Vlug A, Wild CT & Marzeion B (in review). The Open Global Glacier Model (OGGM) v1.0

Science posters:

  • Antarctic Science Conference (2017): Challenging Science in a challenging environment. Good morning, Antarctica, poster.pdf 
  • IGS Wellington (2017): International Symposium on The Cryosphere in a Changing Climate. Two-dimensional controls on grounding-line flexure and apparent ice-thickness distribution from DInSAR, poster.pdf
  • Antarctic Science Conference (2015): Antarctica – A Changing Environment. Sensitivity studies of an ice-flow model, poster.pdf

Thesis:

  • Dissertation (2018, in preparation): Tidal flexure of ice shelves: the key to fully understanding Antarctic grounding zones
  • Masterthesis (2014): Sensitivity studies of an ice-flow model, masterthesis.pdf
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