• Glacier thinning, recession and advance, and the associated evolution of a glacial lake between 1966 and 2021 at Austerdalsbreen, western Norway 

      Seier, Gernot; Abermann, Jakob; Andreassen, Liss Marie; Carrivick, Jonathan L.; Kielland, Pål Hage; Löffler, Karina; Nesje, Atle; Robson, Benjamin Aubrey; Røthe, Torgeir Opeland; Scheiber, Thomas; Winkler, Stefan; Yde, Jacob Clement (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      The Jostedalsbreen is the largest ice cap in Norway and mainland Europe. Rapid retreat of many of its outlet glaciers since the 2000s has led to the formation of several glacial lakes. Processes causing the formation and ...
    • Ice-dammed lake and ice margin evolution during the Holocene in the Kangerlussuaq area of west Greenland 

      Carrivick, Jonathan L.; Yde, Jacob Clement; Knudsen, N.T.; Kronborg, Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      There is a lack of detailed information on the Holocene evolution of the west Greenland ice margin, not least because it was farther inland than at present and thus at present is covered by ice. Suggestions have been put ...
    • Ice-dammed lake drainage evolution at Russell Glacier, west Greenland 

      Carrivick, Jonathan L.; Tweed, Fiona S.; Ng, Felix; Quincey, Duncan J.; Mallalieu, Joseph; Ingeman-Nielsen, Thomas; Mikkelsen, Andreas B.; Palmer, S.J.; Yde, Jacob Clement; Homer, Rachel; Russell, A.J.; Hubbard, A. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    • Ice-margin and meltwater dynamics during the mid-Holocene in the Kangerlussuaq area of west Greenland 

      Carrivick, Jonathan L.; Yde, Jacob Clement; Russell, Andrew J.; Quincey, Duncan J; Ingeman-Nielsen, Thomas; Mallalieu, Joseph (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The drive to expand renewable energies is often in direct conflict with sustainable development goals. Thus, it is important that energy policies account for potential trade-offs. We assess the interlinkages between energy, ...
    • A reconstruction of Jostedalsbreen during the Little Ice Age and geometric changes to outlet glaciers since then 

      Carrivick, Jonathan L.; Andreassen, Liss Marie; Nesje, Atle; Yde, Jacob C. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Mountain glaciers and ice caps are undergoing rapid mass loss but rates of present-day changes and models of future projections both lack long-term (centennial-scale) context. Here, we reconstruct the maximum glacier extent ...
    • Stable oxygen isotope variability in two contrasting glacier river catchments in Greenland 

      Yde, Jacob Clement; Knudsen, Niels Tvis; Steffensen, Jørgen Peder; Carrivick, Jonathan L.; Hasholt, Bent; Ingeman-Nielsen, Thomas; Kronborg, Christian; Larsen, Nicolaj Krog; Mernild, Jacob Sebastian Haugaard; Oerter, Hans; Roberts, David H.; Russell, Andy (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Analysis of stable oxygen isotope (δ 18O) characteristics is a useful tool to investigate water provenance in glacier river systems. In order to attain knowledge on the diversity of δ 18O variations in Greenlandic rivers, ...
    • The arctic in the twenty-first century: Changing biogeochemical linkages across a paraglacial landscape of Greenland 

      Anderson, N. John; Saros, Jasmine E.; Bullard, Joanna E.; Cahoon, Sean M.P.; McGowan, Suzanne; Bagshaw, Elisabeth A.; Barry, Christoper D.; Bindler, Richard; Burpee, Benjamin T.; Carrivick, Jonathan L.; Fowler, Rachel A.; Fox, Anthony D.; Fritz, Sherilyn C.; Giles, Madeleine E.; Hamerlik, Ladislav; Ingeman-Nielsen, Thomas; Law, Antonia C.; Mernild, Sebastian H.; Northington, Robert M.; Osburn, Christopher L.; Pla-Rabes, Sergi; Post, Eric; Telling, Jon; Stroud, David A.; Whiteford, Erika J.; Yallop, Marian L.; Yde, Jacob Clement (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)