Hartmut Hellmer mostly deals with Ice shelf, Oceanography, Antarctic sea ice, Ice sheet and Sea ice. His Ice shelf research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Arctic ice pack and Sea ice thickness. His is doing research in Ice stream and Water mass, both of which are found in Oceanography.
Hartmut Hellmer has researched Water mass in several fields, including Bottom water, Weddell Sea Bottom Water and Circumpolar deep water. His study connects Antarctic ice sheet and Ice sheet. Sea ice is a component of his Iceberg and Fast ice studies.
Hartmut Hellmer mainly investigates Oceanography, Ice shelf, Sea ice, Climatology and Antarctic sea ice. His Ice shelf study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Glacial period, Iceberg, Geomorphology, Ice sheet and Hydrography. His Ice sheet research includes themes of Coupled model intercomparison project, Ice stream, Ice-sheet model and Antarctic ice sheet.
His biological study focuses on Arctic ice pack. His Climatology research integrates issues from Climate change, Climate model and Meteorology. Hartmut Hellmer interconnects Drift ice and Sea ice thickness in the investigation of issues within Antarctic sea ice.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Ice shelf, Sea ice, Climatology and Ice sheet. His Oceanography study which covers Glacial period that intersects with Period. His work carried out in the field of Ice shelf brings together such families of science as Arctic ice pack, Glacier, Meltwater and Antarctic ice sheet.
Hartmut Hellmer works on Sea ice which deals in particular with Antarctic sea ice. His work in Climatology covers topics such as Climate change which are related to areas like Meteorology. His work deals with themes such as Fast ice, Sea level rise and Ice-sheet model, which intersect with Ice sheet.
Hartmut Hellmer spends much of his time researching Ice shelf, Oceanography, Sea ice, Climatology and Ice sheet. His Ice shelf study is associated with Cryosphere. Many of his studies on Oceanography apply to Glacial period as well.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Arctic ice pack and Ice sheet. Hartmut Hellmer works in the field of Antarctic sea ice, namely Fast ice. His Sea ice thickness research incorporates themes from Ice stream, Drift ice and Ice-sheet model.
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Twenty-first-century warming of a large Antarctic ice-shelf cavity by a redirected coastal current
Hartmut H. Hellmer;Frank Kauker;Ralph Timmermann;Jürgen Determann.
Antarctic Ice Sheet melting in the southeast Pacific
Stanley S. Jacobs;Hartmut H. Hellmer;Adrian Jenkins.
Geophysical Research Letters (1996)
Substantial advective iron loss diminishes phytoplankton production in the Antarctic Zone
Mario Hoppema;Mario Hoppema;Hein J. W. de Baar;Eberhard Fahrbach;Hartmut H. Hellmer.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2003)
A two-dimensional model for the thermohaline circulation under an ice shelf
Hartmut Hellmer;Dirk Olbers.
Antarctic Science (1989)
Impact of Antarctic ice shelf basal melting on sea ice and deep ocean properties
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
A numerical model of the Weddell Sea: Large scale circulation and water mass distribution
Aike Beckmann;Hartmut H. Hellmer;Ralph Timmermann.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
The importance of sea ice: An overview
Gerhard S. Dieckmann;Hartmut H. Hellmer.
EPIC3Sea Ice. Ed. D.N. Thomas & G.S. Dieckmann, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 1-22, ISBN: 978-1-4051-8580-6 (2010)
The occurrence of ice platelets at 250 m depth near the Filchner Ice Shelf and its significance for sea ice biology
G. Dieckmann;G. Rohardt;H. Hellmer;J. Kipfstuhl.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1986)
A consistent data set of Antarctic ice sheet topography, cavity geometry, and global bathymetry
Ralph Timmermann;A. Le Brocq;T. Deen;E. Domack.
Earth System Science Data (2010)
Deep and bottom water of the Weddell Sea's western rim
Arnold L. Gordon;Bruce A. Huber;Hartmut H. Hellmer;Amy Ffield.
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