University of Northern British Columbia
His primary areas of study are Glacier, Glacier mass balance, Hydrology, Drainage basin and Period. His study in Glacier is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seismology, Aftershock and Climate change. His Glacier mass balance research incorporates elements of Snow and Climatology.
His research in the fields of Snowmelt overlaps with other disciplines such as Sensitivity. His Snowmelt research integrates issues from Debris and Remote sensing. His work carried out in the field of Climatology brings together such families of science as Aeolian processes, Atmospheric sciences and Greenhouse gas.
Joseph M. Shea spends much of his time researching Glacier, Environmental science, Snow, Climatology and Physical geography. His study in the fields of Glacier mass balance under the domain of Glacier overlaps with other disciplines such as Cliff. His work investigates the relationship between Snow and topics such as Hydrology that intersect with problems in Permafrost and Ice sheet.
His work deals with themes such as Current and Atmosphere, which intersect with Climatology. His Physical geography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Shuttle Radar Topography Mission and Anomaly. As a part of the same scientific family, Joseph M. Shea mostly works in the field of Debris, focusing on Remote sensing and, on occasion, Terrain.
Joseph M. Shea mainly focuses on Glacier, Physical geography, Environmental science, Snow and Atmospheric sciences. In the field of Glacier, his study on Glacier mass balance overlaps with subjects such as Wind strength. His work on Snowmelt is typically connected to Resource as part of general Snow study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Glacial period and Wind speed. His studies in Snowpack integrate themes in fields like Scale and Climatology. His Debris study combines topics in areas such as Terrain and Satellite imagery.
Joseph M. Shea mainly investigates Glacier, Physical geography, Unmanned air vehicle, Volume loss and Glacier tongue. His research integrates issues of Climatology and Hydrology in his study of Glacier. He merges Climatology with Wind strength in his research.
His Hydrology research includes themes of Snow, Permafrost and Ice sheet. There are a combination of areas like Cliff, Thinning and Tongue integrated together with his Unmanned air vehicle study. Other disciplines of study, such as Temporal resolution, Emissivity, Satellite imagery, Terrain and Debris, are mixed together with his Temperature measurement studies.
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High-resolution monitoring of Himalayan glacier dynamics using unmanned aerial vehicles
Walter Immerzeel;Walter Immerzeel;Walter Immerzeel;P.D.A. Kraaijenbrink;J.M. Shea;A.B. Shrestha.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2014)
Geomorphic and geologic controls of geohazards induced by Nepal’s 2015 Gorkha earthquake
J. S. Kargel;G. J. Leonard;D. H. Shugar;U. K. Haritashya.
Coupled modelling of glacier and streamflow response to future climate scenarios
K. Stahl;K. Stahl;R. D. Moore;J. M. Shea;D. Hutchinson.
Water Resources Research (2008)
Reconciling high-altitude precipitation in the upper Indus basin with glacier mass balances and runoff
W. W. Immerzeel;W. W. Immerzeel;N. Wanders;N. Wanders;Arthur Lutz;J. M. Shea.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2015)
Seasonal and annual mass balances of Mera and Pokalde glaciers (Nepal Himalaya) since 2007
Patrick Wagnon;Patrick Wagnon;C. Vincent;Yves Arnaud;E. Berthier.
The Cryosphere (2013)
Unraveling the hydrology of a Himalayan catchment through integration of high resolution in situ data and remote sensing with an advanced simulation model
Silvan Ragettli;Francesca Pellicciotti;Walter W. Immerzeel;Walter W. Immerzeel;Evan S. Miles.
Advances in Water Resources (2015)
Brief communication: Glaciers in the Hunza catchment (Karakoram) have been nearly in balance since the 1970s
Tobias Bolch;Tobias Bolch;Tino Pieczonka;Kriti Mukherjee;Joseph M Shea;Joseph M Shea.
The Cryosphere (2017)
Status and change of the cryosphere in the Extended Hindu Kush Himalaya Region
Tobias Bolch;Joseph M. Shea;Joseph M. Shea;Joseph M. Shea;Shiyin Liu;Farooq M. Azam.
Glacier Water Resources on the Eastern Slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains
Shawn J. Marshall;Eric C. White;Michael N. Demuth;Tobias Bolch.
Canadian Water Resources Journal (2011)
Seasonal surface velocities of a Himalayan glacier derived by automated correlation of unmanned aerial vehicle imagery
Philip Kraaijenbrink;Sander W. Meijer;Joseph M. Shea;Francesca Pellicciotti.
Annals of Glaciology (2016)
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