Jack Kohler focuses on Glacier, Physical geography, Geomorphology, Arctic and Climatology. Jack Kohler undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Glacier and Elevation in his work. His Physical geography study combines topics in areas such as Snow and Cryosphere, Sea ice.
His Geomorphology research includes elements of Ice shelf, Ice stream, Antarctic ice sheet and Antarctic sea ice. His Ice stream research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sea ice thickness and Geodesy. His work in Climatology addresses subjects such as Precipitation, which are connected to disciplines such as Snowpack.
His primary areas of study are Glacier, Geomorphology, Climatology, Snow and Physical geography. His Glacier study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Oceanography and Sea level. His Geomorphology research integrates issues from Drainage system, Hydrology, Drainage and Ice stream.
In his study, Ice shelf is inextricably linked to Antarctic sea ice, which falls within the broad field of Ice stream. Jack Kohler has researched Climatology in several fields, including Meltwater, Atmosphere, Arctic and Precipitation. His Snow research incorporates themes from Atmospheric sciences and Surface runoff.
His primary scientific interests are in Glacier, Physical geography, Arctic, Snow and Sea level. His research in Glacier intersects with topics in Oceanography, Surface runoff and Tidewater glacier cycle. The study incorporates disciplines such as Archipelago and Ice thickness in addition to Physical geography.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Global warming, Climate change, Climatology and Cryosphere. The various areas that he examines in his Snow study include Climate model and Precipitation. The concepts of his Sea level study are interwoven with issues in Arctic ice pack and Sea ice.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Glacier, Physical geography, Snow, Sea level and Tidewater. His Glacier mass balance study, which is part of a larger body of work in Glacier, is frequently linked to Range, bridging the gap between disciplines. Jack Kohler combines subjects such as Antarctic sea ice and Arctic with his study of Physical geography.
His Snow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cryosphere, Automatic weather station, Surface runoff and Precipitation. His Sea level research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Arctic ice pack, Sea ice, Sea surface temperature, Monsoon and Ice core. His studies deal with areas such as Fjord and Tidewater glacier cycle as well as Tidewater.
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Bedmap2: improved ice bed, surface and thickness datasets for Antarctica
Peter Fretwell;Hamish D. Pritchard;David G. Vaughan;J. L. Bamber.
The Cryosphere (2013)
State of the Climate in 2014
Arlene P. Aaron-Morrison;Steven A. Ackerman;Nicolaus G. Adams;Robert F. Adler.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2015)
Recent elevation changes of Svalbard glaciers derived from ICESat laser altimetry
Geir Moholdt;Christopher Nuth;Jon Ove Hagen;Jack Kohler.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2010)
Glaciers in Svalbard: mass balance, runoff and freshwater flux
Jon Ove Hagen;Jack Kohler;Kjetil Melvold;Jan-Gunnar Winther.
Polar Research (2003)
STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2017
R. Abernethy;Steven A. Ackerman;R. Adler;Adelina Albanil Encarnación.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2018)
Svalbard glacier elevation changes and contribution to sea level rise
Christopher Nuth;Geir Moholdt;Jack Kohler;Jon Ove Hagen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Acceleration in thinning rate on western Svalbard glaciers
J. Kohler;T. D. James;T. Murray;C. Nuth.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
Warmer and wetter winters: characteristics and implications of an extreme weather event in the High Arctic
Brage Bremset Hansen;Ketil Isaksen;Rasmus E. Benestad;Jack Kohler.
Environmental Research Letters (2014)
The importance of tidewater glaciers for marine mammals and seabirds in Svalbard, Norway
Christian Lydersen;Philipp Assmy;Stig Falk-Petersen;Jack Kohler.
Journal of Marine Systems (2014)
The High Arctic glacial ecosystem: new insights from nutrient budgets
A.J. Hodson;P.N Mumford;Jack Kohler;P.M. Wynn.
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