His main research concerns Ice sheet, Climate change, Physical geography, Glacier and Meteorology. His study in Ice sheet is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Arctic ice pack and Geodesy. He interconnects Glacier mass balance and Environmental protection in the investigation of issues within Climate change.
Ben Smith works mostly in the field of Glacier mass balance, limiting it down to concerns involving Post-glacial rebound and, occasionally, Snow. His Physical geography study combines topics in areas such as Sea level rise and Forcing. His Greenland ice sheet study in the realm of Glacier connects with subjects such as Flow velocity.
His primary areas of study are Glacier, Ice sheet, Climatology, Physical geography and Ice stream. Glacier mass balance is the focus of his Glacier research. Ben Smith combines subjects such as Arctic ice pack, Climate change and Geodesy with his study of Ice sheet.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Post-glacial rebound and Meteorology in addition to Climate change. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sea level rise and Forcing. His Ice dynamics study in the realm of Ice stream interacts with subjects such as Flow velocity and Seasonality.
Ben Smith mostly deals with Ice sheet, Climatology, Altimeter, Glacier and Cryosphere. His work in Ice sheet tackles topics such as Geodesy which are related to areas like Antarctic ice sheet and Bedrock. His work on Sea surface temperature as part of general Climatology study is frequently connected to Rigidity, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His Glacier study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Snow, Climate change and Ice shelf. His work deals with themes such as Automatic weather station and Greenland ice sheet, which intersect with Snow. Ben Smith has researched Climate change in several fields, including Ice dynamics and Glacier mass balance.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ice sheet, Glacier, Antarctic ice sheet, Geodesy and Atmosphere. His research on Ice sheet often connects related topics like Climatology. His Climatology research incorporates themes from Global warming and Climate change.
His work carried out in the field of Atmosphere brings together such families of science as Snow, Sea level, Physical geography and Ice shelf. Balance and Glacier mass balance are two areas of study in which Ben Smith engages in interdisciplinary research.
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Ecosystem Service Supply and Vulnerability to Global Change in Europe
Dagmar Schröter;Wolfgang Cramer;Rik Leemans;I. Colin Prentice.
A reconciled estimate of ice-sheet mass balance
Andrew Shepherd;Erik R. Ivins;A. Geruo;Valentina R. Barletta.
Greenland flow variability from ice-sheet-wide velocity mapping
Ian Joughin;Ben E. Smith;Ian M. Howat;Ted Scambos.
Journal of Glaciology (2010)
Mass balance of the Antarctic ice sheet from 1992 to 2017.
Andrew Shepherd;Erik Ivins;Eric Rignot;Ben Smith.
The Greenland Ice Mapping Project (GIMP) land classification and surface elevation data sets
I. M. Howat;A. Negrete;B. E. Smith.
The Cryosphere (2014)
Seasonal Speedup Along the Western Flank of the Greenland Ice Sheet
Ian Joughin;Sarah B. Das;Matt A. King;Ben E. Smith.
The ICESat-2 Laser Altimetry Mission
Waleed Abdalati;H Jay Zwally;Robert Bindschadler;Bea Csatho.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2010)
21st-century evolution of Greenland outlet glacier velocities.
T. Moon;I. Joughin;B. Smith;I. Howat.
Ice-sheet mass balance and climate change
Edward Hanna;Francisco J. Navarro;Frank Pattyn;Catia M. Domingues.
Continued evolution of Jakobshavn Isbrae following its rapid speedup
Ian Joughin;Ian M. Howat;Mark Fahnestock;Ben Smith.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
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