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  • Nuth, Christopher; Kohler, Jack; König, Max; Deschwanden, Angela von; Hagen, Jon Ove Methlie; Kääb, Andreas; Moholdt, Geir; Pettersson, Rickard (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2013)
    We present a multi-temporal digital inventory of Svalbard glaciers with the most recent from the late 2000s containing 33 775 km2 of glaciers covering 57% of the total land area of the archipelago. At present, 68% of the ...
  • Dunse, Thorben; Schellenberger, Thomas; Hagen, Jon Ove Methlie; Kääb, Andreas; Schuler, Thomas; Reijmer, CH (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion, 2014)
    Mass loss from glaciers and ice sheets currently accounts for two-thirds of the observed global sea-level rise and has accelerated since the 1990s, coincident with strong atmospheric warming in the Polar Regions. Here we ...
  • Østby, Torbjørn Ims; Schuler, Thomas; Hagen, Jon Ove Methlie; Hock, Regine; Kohler, Jack; Reijmer, Carleen (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Estimating the long-term mass balance of the high-Arctic Svalbard archipelago is difficult due to the incomplete geodetic and direct glaciological measurements, both in space and time. To close these gaps, we use a coupled ...
  • Dunse, Thorben; Schellenberger, Thomas; Hagen, Jon Ove Methlie; Kääb, Andreas; Schuler, Thomas Vikhamar; Reijmer, Carleen (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    Mass loss from glaciers and ice sheets currently accounts for two-thirds of the observed global sea-level rise and has accelerated since the 1990s, coincident with strong atmospheric warming in the polar regions. Here we ...
  • Østby, Torbjørn; Schuler, Thomas; Hagen, Jon Ove Methlie; Hock, Regine; Reijmer, Carleen (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2013)
    We apply a physically based coupled surface energy balance and snowpack model to a site close to the equilibrium line on Austfonna ice cap, Svalbard, over the 2004–08 melt seasons, to explain contributions to the energy ...