Paul D. Tepes

PhD Thesis, University of Edinburgh, 2021: Mass imbalance and climate sensitivity of Arctic glaciers and ice caps. University of Edinburgh.

Publications in cryosphere research affiliated to University of Edinburgh:

Tepes, P., N. Gourmelen, P. Nienow, M. Tsamados, A. Shepherd & F. Weissgerber (2021, August) Changes in elevation and mass of Arctic glaciers and ice caps, 2010-2017. Remote Sensing of Environment, 261, 112481.

Tepes, P., P. Nienow & N. Gourmelen (2021, July) Accelerating ice-mass loss across Arctic Russia in response to atmospheric warming, sea-ice decline, and Atlantification of the Eurasian Arctic Shelf seas. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 126 (7), e2021JF006068.

Slater, T., I. R. Lawrence, I. N. Otosaka, A. Shepherd, N. Gourmelen, L. Jakob, P. Tepes, L. Gilbert & P. Nienow (2021, January 25) Earth’s ice imbalance. The Cryosphere, 15 (1), 233-246.

Harcourt, W. D., S. J. Palmer, D. T. Mansell, A. Le Brocq, O. Bartlett, N. Gourmelen, P. Tepes, J. A. Dowdeswell, D. D. Blankenship & D. A. Young (2020 [published 2019 August 29]) Subglacial controls on dynamic thinning at Trinity-Wykeham Glacier, Prince of Wales Ice Field, Canadian Arctic. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 41 (3), 1191-1213.

Zheng, W., M. E. Pritchard, M. J. Willis, P. Tepes, N. Gourmelen, T. J. Benham & J. A. Dowdeswell (2018, June 15) Accelerating glacier mass loss on Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic. Remote Sensing of Environment, 211, 357-375.