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Project - Modelling the Antarctic firn layer for improved estimates of remotely-sensed ice mass changes

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P. Kuipers Munneke, S. R. M. Ligtenberg, et al., 2015. Elevation change of the Greenland Ice Sheet due to surface mass balance and firn processes, 1960–2014. The Cryosphere 9 (6), 2009-2025B. Medley, S.R.M. Ligtenberg, et al., 2015. Antarctic firn compaction rates from repeat-track airborne radar data: I. Methods. Annals of Glaciology 56 (70), 155-166S.R.M. Ligtenberg, B. Medley, et al., 2015. Antarctic firn compaction rates from repeat-track airborne radar data: II. Firn model evaluation. Annals of Glaciology 56 (70), 167-174Peter Kuipers Munneke, Stefan R.M. Ligtenberg, et al., 2015. A model study of the response of dry and wet firn to climate change. Annals of Glaciology 56 (70), 1-8S. R. M. Ligtenberg, P. Kuipers Munneke, & M. R. van den Broeke, 2014. Present and future variations in Antarctic firn air content. The Cryosphere 8 (5), 1711-1723P. Kuipers Munneke, S. R. M. Ligtenberg, et al., 2014. Explaining the presence of perennial liquid water bodies in the firn of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Geophysical Research Letters 41 (2), 476-483S.R.M. Ligtenberg, J.T.M. Lenaerts, et al., 2014. On the formation of blue ice on Byrd Glacier, Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology 60 (219), 41-50Peter Kuipers Munneke, Stefan R.M. Ligtenberg, et al., 2014. Firn air depletion as a precursor of Antarctic ice-shelf collapse. Journal of Glaciology 60 (220), 205-214

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