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The spatial structure and temporal development of supraglacial drainage systems, and their influence on the flow dynamics of High Arctic ice capsDownload
The Canadian Arctic Archipelago (CAA) contains 1/3 of global glaciers and ice caps by area. Recent increases in mean summer air temperature have resulted in increased mass loss from these glaciers, which have become the largest regional contributor to eustatic sea level rise after the continental...
Variability in Summer Anticyclonic Activity over the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and west Greenland in the late 20th/early 21st centuries, and its impact on the firn stratigraphy of the Devon Ice CapDownload
Significant summer warming over the Canadian Arctic Archipelago (CAA) is linked to a doubling in the frequency of anticyclonic circulation over the region since 2007. The frequency of positive anomalies in summer 500 hPa geopotential height is related to Arctic sea ice volume/thickness in April,...
Tidewater outlet glaciers drain approximately 47% of the ~105,000 km^2 covered by ice caps in the Queen Elizabeth Islands of Nunavut, Canada, suggesting that iceberg discharge may be an important process in the mass balance of these ice caps. Seasonal and inter-annual velocity changes of...