Glacier, Geomorphology, Ice stream, Sea level and Ice sheet are his primary areas of study. His study on Glacier is covered under Physical geography. His work in the fields of Glacial period, Till plain and Bedrock overlaps with other areas such as Piezometer and Borehole.
Keith A. Echelmeyer has included themes like Ice field, Antarctic sea ice and Buoyancy in his Glacial period study. His Ice stream study combines topics in areas such as Ice shelf, Lead and Crevasse. In his study, Tidewater glacier cycle, Glacier mass balance and Tidewater is inextricably linked to Climatology, which falls within the broad field of Surge.
His main research concerns Glacier, Geomorphology, Physical geography, Ice stream and Glacier mass balance. His Glacier research includes elements of Hydrology, Climatology, Surge and Ice sheet. His Geomorphology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Antarctic sea ice and Glacier terminus.
The Physical geography study combines topics in areas such as Elevation and Volume. His Ice stream research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Drag and Ice shelf. His research integrates issues of Glacier morphology and Tidewater glacier cycle in his study of Glacier mass balance.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Glacier, Physical geography, Climatology, Surge and Sea level. His Glacier study is concerned with Geomorphology in general. His work carried out in the field of Geomorphology brings together such families of science as Fast ice, Ice shelf, Ice stream, Drift ice and Sea ice.
Keith A. Echelmeyer has researched Physical geography in several fields, including Elevation and Volume. He combines subjects such as Tidewater, Ice field, Ice sheet, Glacier mass balance and Tidewater glacier cycle with his study of Sea level. His research in Tidewater glacier cycle intersects with topics in Glacier morphology and Climate change.
Keith A. Echelmeyer mainly focuses on Glacier, Sea level, Tidewater glacier cycle, Glacier mass balance and Tidewater. His Sea level research incorporates elements of Altimeter, Climatology and Antarctic sea ice. The study incorporates disciplines such as Volume and Physical geography in addition to Altimeter.
Keith A. Echelmeyer interconnects Climate change and Surge in the investigation of issues within Climatology. His Antarctic sea ice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Post-glacial rebound, Geomorphology, Ice sheet, Deglaciation and Ice field. Much of his study explores Ice sheet relationship to Glacial period.
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Rapid Wastage of Alaska Glaciers and Their Contribution to Rising Sea Level
Anthony A. Arendt;Keith A. Echelmeyer;William D. Harrison;Craig S. Lingle.
Glacier surge mechanism: 1982-1983 surge of variegated glacier, alaska.
Barclay Kamb;C. F. Raymond;W. D. Harrison;Hermann Engelhardt.
Submarine melting at the terminus of a temperate tidewater glacier, LeConte Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.
Roman J. Motyka;Lewis Hunter;Keith A. Echelmeyer;Cathy Connor.
Annals of Glaciology (2003)
Penetration depth of interferometric synthetic-aperture radar signals in snow and ice
Eric Rignot;Keith Echelmeyer;William Krabill.
Geophysical Research Letters (2001)
Direct observation of basal sliding and deformation of basal drift at sub-freezing temperatures
Keith Echelmeyer;Wang Zhongxiang.
Journal of Glaciology (1987)
Glacier Changes in Southeast Alaska and Northwest British Columbia and Contribution to Sea Level Rise
Christopher F. Larsen;Roman J. Motyka;Anthony A. Arendt;Keith A. Echelmeyer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Rapid viscoelastic uplift in southeast Alaska caused by post-Little Ice Age glacial retreat
Christopher F. Larsen;Roman J. Motyka;Jeffrey T. Freymueller;Keith A. Echelmeyer.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
Stress-gradient coupling in glacier flow: I. Longitudinal averaging of the influence of ice thickness and surface slope
Barclay Kamb;Keith A. Echelmeyer.
Journal of Glaciology (1986)
Quantifying the effects of climate and surface change on glacier mass balance
D. H. Elsberg;W. D. Harrison;K. A. Echelmeyer;R. M. Krimmel.
Journal of Glaciology (2001)
Surficial glaciology of Jakobshavns Isbræ, West Greenland: Part I. Surface morphology
K. Echelmeyer;T. S. Clarke;W.D. Harrison.
Journal of Glaciology (1991)
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