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Circum-Arctic Glaciers, Past, Present, and Future: Current Trends in Mass Balance and Simulation of Mass Balance Sensitivity to Temperature and Precipitation IncreaseDownload
The circum-Arctic is a major contributor to sea level rise. Between 1991 and 2010, 70 % of eustatic sea level rise was attributable to glacier mass loss, 62 % of which was from glaciers in the circum-Arctic (Alaska, Arctic Canada North, Iceland, Svalbard, Scandinavia, and the Russian Arctic). In...
Neotropical dry forests are severely threatened by human activities such as agricultural expansion, tourism, cattle ranching, logging, and an increase in human settlements. However, despite these trends, some countries have experienced forest recovery. Costa Rica is a clear example of this...
187Re-187Os analysis of magnetite and other oxide minerals from various well dated geological settings (kimberlites, lamprophyres, Manicouagan impact melt rock, Great Bear magmatic zone iron ore deposits and Laramie Anorthosite complex) worldwide have been used to investigate the potential for...
The Canadian Arctic Archipelago (CAA) is a complex network of straits and basins connecting the Arctic Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of the main pathways for freshwater outflow from the Arctic Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. Circulation and associated variability in the CAA are examined in...
Ice masses in the Antarctic, Greenland, and Canadian Arctic cover approximately 10% of the Earth’s surface, contain approximately 70% of the Earth’s freshwater, and are the top contributors to eustatic sea level rise. In recent years, these polar glacier systems have experienced significant...
Sea ice concentration (SIC), the length of the ice-free period, and the break-up date are correlated with the survival and reproduction success of polar bears (Ursus maritimus) in Western Hudson Bay (WH). I use a high-resolution sea ice-ocean model to predict these parameters through the 21st...
Eustatic and Tectonic Controls on the Development of the Stratigraphic Architecture of the Cayman Islands, British West IndiesDownload
The Paleogene to Neogene carbonate sedimentary successions that form the cores of each of the Cayman Islands, which are located within 150 km of each other, developed on isolated banks that were surrounded by deep oceanic water. Although each of the Cayman Islands has experienced uniform changes...