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  • Van Pelt, Ward; Pohjola, Veijo; Pettersson, Rickard; Marchenko, Sergey A.; Kohler, Jack; Luks, Bartlomiej; Hagen, Jon Ove Methlie; Schuler, Thomas; Dunse, Thorben; Noel, Brice; Reijmer, Carleen (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    Abstract. The climate in Svalbard is undergoing amplified change compared to the global mean. This has major implications for runoff from glaciers and seasonal snow on land. We use a coupled energy balance–subsurface model, ...
  • 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 ...