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First 845 results for ”Erwin Lambert”

  1. Unveiling spatial variability within the Dotson Melt Channel through high-resolution basal melt rates from the Reference Elevation Model of Antarctica

    The intrusion of Circumpolar Deep Water in the Amundsen and Bellingshausen Sea embayments of Anta...

    Ann-Sofie Priergaard Zinck, Bert Wouters, Erwin Lambert, and Stef Lhermitte | Journal: The Cryosphere | Volume: 17 | Year: 2023 | First page: 3785 | Last page: 3801 | doi: 10.5194/tc-17-3785-2023

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  2. Modelling Antarctic ice shelf basal melt patterns using the one-layer Antarctic model for dynamical downscaling of ice–ocean exchanges (LADDIE v1.0)

    A major source of uncertainty in future sea level projections is the ocean-driven basal melt of A...

    Erwin Lambert, André Jüling, Roderik S. W. van de Wal, and Paul R. Holland | Journal: The Cryosphere | Volume: 17 | Year: 2023 | First page: 3203 | Last page: 3228 | doi: 10.5194/tc-17-3203-2023

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  3. Directionally dependent Lambertian-equivalent reflectivity (DLER) of the Earth's surface measured by the GOME-2 satellite instruments

    In this paper we introduce the new concept of directionally dependent Lambertian-equivalent refle...

    L.G. Tilstra, O.N.E. Tuinder, P. Wang, P. Stammes | Journal: Atmospheric Measurement Techniques | Volume: 14 | Year: 2021 | doi: https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-14-4219-2021

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  4. Decision-support for land reclamation location and design choices in the Maldives

    Land reclamation in the Maldives is widespread. Current land reclamation practices, however, lack...

    Thomas van der Pol, Geronimo Gussmann, Jochen Hinkel, Angel Amores, Marta Marcos, Jeremy Rohmer, Erwin Lambert, Alexander Bisaro | Journal: Climate Risk Management | Year: 2023 | doi: 10.1016/j.crm.2023.100514

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  5. Sea level rise risks and societal adaptation benefits in low-lying coastal areas

    Sea level rise (SLR) will increase adaptation needs along low-lying coasts worldwide. Despite cen...

    Alexandre K. Magnan, Michael Oppenheimer, Matthias Garschagen, Maya K. Buchanan, Virginie K. E. Duvat, Donald L. Forbes, James D. Ford, Erwin Lambert, Jan Petzold, Fabrice G. Renaud, Zita Sebesvari, Roderik S. W. van de Wal, Jochen Hinkel & Hans-Otto Pörtner | Journal: Nature Scientific Reports | Volume: 12 | Year: 2022 | doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-14303-w

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