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  • Journal

    Bard, E., Hamelin, B. and Delanghe-Sabatier, D.

    Deglacial Meltwater Pulse 1B and Younger Dryas Sea Levels Revisited with Boreholes at Tahiti

    2010 - Science

    In-text: (Bard, Hamelin and Delanghe-Sabatier, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Bard, E., Hamelin, B. and Delanghe-Sabatier, D., 2010. Deglacial Meltwater Pulse 1B and Younger Dryas Sea Levels Revisited with Boreholes at Tahiti. Science, 327(5970), pp.1235-1237.

  • Journal

    DeConto, R. M. and Pollard, D.

    Contribution of Antarctica to past and future sea-level rise

    2016 - Nature

    In-text: (DeConto and Pollard, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: DeConto, R. and Pollard, D., 2016. Contribution of Antarctica to past and future sea-level rise. Nature, 531(7596), pp.591-597.

  • Journal

    DeConto, R. M., Pollard, D., Alley, R. B., Velicogna, I., Gasson, E., Gomez, N., Sadai, S., Condron, A., Gilford, D. M., Ashe, E. L., Kopp, R. E., Li, D. and Dutton, A.

    The Paris Climate Agreement and future sea-level rise from Antarctica

    2021 - Nature

    In-text: (DeConto et al., 2021)

    Your Bibliography: DeConto, R., Pollard, D., Alley, R., Velicogna, I., Gasson, E., Gomez, N., Sadai, S., Condron, A., Gilford, D., Ashe, E., Kopp, R., Li, D. and Dutton, A., 2021. The Paris Climate Agreement and future sea-level rise from Antarctica. Nature, 593(7857), pp.83-89.

  • Journal

    Gehrels, R.

    Sea-level changes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an appraisal of the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report

    2009 - Journal of Quaternary Science

    In-text: (Gehrels, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Gehrels, R., 2009. Sea-level changes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an appraisal of the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report. Journal of Quaternary Science, 25(1), pp.26-38.

  • Journal

    Graversen, R. G., Drijfhout, S., Hazeleger, W., van de Wal, R., Bintanja, R. and Helsen, M.

    Greenland’s contribution to global sea-level rise by the end of the 21st century

    2010 - Climate Dynamics

    In-text: (Graversen et al., 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Graversen, R., Drijfhout, S., Hazeleger, W., van de Wal, R., Bintanja, R. and Helsen, M., 2010. Greenland’s contribution to global sea-level rise by the end of the 21st century. Climate Dynamics, 37(7-8), pp.1427-1442.

  • Journal

    Hughes, T.

    West Antarctic ice streams

    1977 - Reviews of Geophysics

    In-text: (Hughes, 1977)

    Your Bibliography: Hughes, T., 1977. West Antarctic ice streams. Reviews of Geophysics, 15(1), pp.1-46.

  • Journal

    Joughin, I. and Alley, R. B.

    Stability of the West Antarctic ice sheet in a warming world

    2011 - Nature Geoscience

    In-text: (Joughin and Alley, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Joughin, I. and Alley, R., 2011. Stability of the West Antarctic ice sheet in a warming world. Nature Geoscience, 4(8), pp.506-513.

  • Journal

    Nick, F. M., Vieli, A., Andersen, M. L., Joughin, I., Payne, A., Edwards, T. L., Pattyn, F. and van de Wal, R. S. W.

    Future sea-level rise from Greenland’s main outlet glaciers in a warming climate

    2013 - Nature

    In-text: (Nick et al., 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Nick, F., Vieli, A., Andersen, M., Joughin, I., Payne, A., Edwards, T., Pattyn, F. and van de Wal, R., 2013. Future sea-level rise from Greenland’s main outlet glaciers in a warming climate. Nature, 497(7448), pp.235-238.

  • Website

    Quick Facts on Ice Sheets | National Snow and Ice Data Center

    2021 - NSIDC

    In-text: (Quick Facts on Ice Sheets | National Snow and Ice Data Center, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Nsidc.org. 2021. Quick Facts on Ice Sheets | National Snow and Ice Data Center. [online] Available at: <https://nsidc.org/cryosphere/quickfacts/icesheets.html> [Accessed 6 November 2021].

  • Journal

    Pollard, D. and DeConto, R. M.

    Modelling West Antarctic ice sheet growth and collapse through the past five million years

    2009 - Nature

    In-text: (Pollard and DeConto, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Pollard, D. and DeConto, R., 2009. Modelling West Antarctic ice sheet growth and collapse through the past five million years. Nature, 458(7236), pp.329-332.

  • Journal

    Pritchard, H. D., Ligtenberg, S. R. M., Fricker, H. A., Vaughan, D. G., van den Broeke, M. R. and Padman, L.

    Antarctic ice-sheet loss driven by basal melting of ice shelves

    2012 - Nature

    In-text: (Pritchard et al., 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Pritchard, H., Ligtenberg, S., Fricker, H., Vaughan, D., van den Broeke, M. and Padman, L., 2012. Antarctic ice-sheet loss driven by basal melting of ice shelves. Nature, 484(7395), pp.502-505.

  • Journal

    Schoof, C.

    Ice-sheet acceleration driven by melt supply variability

    2010 - Nature

    In-text: (Schoof, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Schoof, C., 2010. Ice-sheet acceleration driven by melt supply variability. Nature, 468(7325), pp.803-806.

  • Journal

    Slobbe, D. C., Ditmar, P. and Lindenbergh, R. C.

    Estimating the rates of mass change, ice volume change and snow volume change in Greenland from ICESat and GRACE data

    2009 - Geophysical Journal International

    In-text: (Slobbe, Ditmar and Lindenbergh, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Slobbe, D., Ditmar, P. and Lindenbergh, R., 2009. Estimating the rates of mass change, ice volume change and snow volume change in Greenland from ICESat and GRACE data. Geophysical Journal International, 176(1), pp.95-106.

  • Journal

    Smith, D., Harrison, S., Firth, C. and Jordan, J.

    The early Holocene sea level rise

    2011 - Quaternary Science Reviews

    In-text: (Smith, Harrison, Firth and Jordan, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Smith, D., Harrison, S., Firth, C. and Jordan, J., 2011. The early Holocene sea level rise. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30(15-16), pp.1846-1860.

  • Journal

    Zou, F., Tenzer, R., Fok, H. and Nichol, J.

    Mass Balance of the Greenland Ice Sheet from GRACE and Surface Mass Balance Modelling

    2020 - Water

    In-text: (Zou, Tenzer, Fok and Nichol, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Zou, F., Tenzer, R., Fok, H. and Nichol, J., 2020. Mass Balance of the Greenland Ice Sheet from GRACE and Surface Mass Balance Modelling. Water, 12(7), p.1847.

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