Her primary areas of investigation include Sea ice, Environmental science, Arctic ice pack, Climatology and Arctic sea ice decline. Her Environmental science research spans across into areas like Meteorology, Global warming, Arctic and Physical geography. Claire L. Parkinson interconnects Cryosphere and Ice sheet in the investigation of issues within Arctic ice pack.
Her Cryosphere research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atmosphere and Biosphere. She combines subjects such as Climate model and Remote sensing with her study of Climatology. Her research investigates the connection between Arctic sea ice decline and topics such as Ice pack that intersect with problems in Snow, Future sea level, Seasonality and Arctic dipole anomaly.
Her primary areas of study are Sea ice, Climatology, Arctic ice pack, Antarctic sea ice and Environmental science. Her Sea ice study deals with the bigger picture of Oceanography. Her studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Climate model and Arctic.
In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Arctic ice pack, Ice stream is strongly linked to Ice sheet. In general Antarctic sea ice, her work in Future sea level is often linked to Period linking many areas of study. Her Cryosphere research incorporates elements of Microwave radiometer and Ice core.
Sea ice, Environmental science, Antarctic sea ice, Climatology and Oceanography are her primary areas of study. Her work is connected to Arctic ice pack and Arctic sea ice decline, as a part of Sea ice. Much of her study explores Arctic ice pack relationship to Cryosphere.
While the research belongs to areas of Antarctic sea ice, Claire L. Parkinson spends her time largely on the problem of Physical geography, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Trend surface analysis. Her study looks at the relationship between Climatology and topics such as Latitude, which overlap with Climate model, Rossby wave, Ocean current, Centennial and Proxy. Her work on Fast ice, Drift ice, Sound and Continental shelf is typically connected to Tropical pacific as part of general Oceanography study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Claire L. Parkinson mostly deals with Sea ice, Environmental science, Antarctic sea ice, Arctic ice pack and Arctic sea ice decline. Sea ice is a subfield of Oceanography that Claire L. Parkinson studies. In her works, Claire L. Parkinson conducts interdisciplinary research on Environmental science and Physical geography.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Trend surface analysis and Southern Hemisphere. To a larger extent, Claire L. Parkinson studies Climatology with the aim of understanding Arctic sea ice decline. The concepts of her The arctic study are interwoven with issues in Archipelago, Ecosystem, Bay and Northern Hemisphere.
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Accelerated decline in the Arctic sea ice cover
Josefino C. Comiso;Claire L. Parkinson;Robert Gersten;Larry Stock.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Recent Rapid Regional Climate Warming on the Antarctic Peninsula
David G. Vaughan;Gareth J. Marshall;William M. Connolley;Claire Parkinson.
Climatic Change (2003)
A large-scale numerical model of sea ice
Claire L. Parkinson;Warren M. Washington.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1979)
Arctic sea ice extents, areas, and trends, 1978-1996
Claire L. Parkinson;Donald J. Cavalieri;Per Gloersen;H. Jay Zwally.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice, 1978-1987: Satellite Passive-Microwave Observations and Analysis
P. Gloersen;W.J. Campbell;D.J. Cavalieri;J.C. Comiso.
Research and Technology (1992)
Antarctic sea ice variability and trends, 1979–2010
C. L. Parkinson;D. J. Cavalieri.
The Cryosphere (2012)
Antarctic Sea Ice, 1973-1976: Satellite Passive-Microwave Observations
H. J. Zwally;Josefino C. Comiso;Claire L. Parkinson;William J. Campbell.
Global Warming and Northern Hemisphere Sea Ice Extent
Konstantin Y. Vinnikov;Alan Robock;Ronald J. Stouffer;John E. Walsh.
Observed Hemispheric Asymmetry in Global Sea Ice Changes
D. J. Cavalieri;P. Gloersen;C. L. Parkinson;J. C. Comiso.
Passive microwave algorithms for sea ice concentration: A comparison of two techniques
Josefino C. Comiso;Donald J. Cavalieri;Claire L. Parkinson;Per Gloersen.
Remote Sensing of Environment (1997)
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