University of Edinburgh
Noel Gourmelen spends much of his time researching Glacier, Ice stream, Remote sensing, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar and Seismology. His Glacier study results in a more complete grasp of Physical geography. His Period research extends to Ice stream, which is thematically connected.
His Remote sensing research incorporates elements of Climate change and Geodesy. His work deals with themes such as Structural basin and Basin and range topography, which intersect with Interferometric synthetic aperture radar. His study on East African Rift and Fault is often connected to Magma chamber and Slip as part of broader study in Seismology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Glacier, Ice shelf, Geomorphology, Physical geography and Remote sensing. His work on Greenland ice sheet as part of his general Glacier study is frequently connected to Thinning, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The concepts of his Ice shelf study are interwoven with issues in Antarctic ice sheet, Peninsula and Ice sheet.
As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Ice sheet, concentrating on Antarctic sea ice and frequently concerns with Ice stream. His studies examine the connections between Geomorphology and genetics, as well as such issues in Tidewater glacier cycle, with regards to Ice tongue and Submarine. In his study, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar is inextricably linked to Geodesy, which falls within the broad field of Remote sensing.
His primary areas of study are Glacier, Physical geography, Thinning, Altimeter and Elevation. The subject of his Glacier research is within the realm of Geomorphology. Noel Gourmelen works mostly in the field of Geomorphology, limiting it down to concerns involving Ice thickness and, occasionally, Greenland ice sheet.
His studies in Physical geography integrate themes in fields like Ice shelf, Front and Tidewater glacier cycle. His studies deal with areas such as Trough and Arctic ice pack as well as Ice shelf. His Drainage research focuses on Supraglacial lake and how it relates to Ice sheet and Meltwater.
Noel Gourmelen mainly focuses on Physical geography, Glacier, Ice sheet, Ice shelf and Elevation. His Ice sheet research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Climate change and Antarctic ice sheet. His Antarctic ice sheet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Arctic ice pack, Spatial distribution, Ocean current and Bathymetry.
Noel Gourmelen has included themes like Altimeter, Current and Sea level in his Elevation study. His Oceanography study incorporates themes from Meltwater and Drainage. His study on Thinning is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Series, Debris, Remote sensing, Glacier mass balance and Ice stream.
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The glaciers climate change initiative: Methods for creating glacier area, elevation change and velocity products
Frank Paul;Tobias Bolch;Andreas Kääb;Thomas Nagler.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2015)
Twenty-first century glacier slowdown driven by mass loss in High Mountain Asia
Amaury Dehecq;Amaury Dehecq;Amaury Dehecq;Noel Gourmelen;Noel Gourmelen;Alex S. Gardner;Fanny Brun;Fanny Brun.
Nature Geoscience (2019)
A four-dimensional viscoelastic deformation model for Long Valley Caldera, California, between 1995 and 2000
Andrew V. Newman;Timothy H. Dixon;Noel Gourmelen.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2006)
Decadal slowdown of a land-terminating sector of the Greenland Ice Sheet despite warming
Andrew J. Tedstone;Peter W. Nienow;Noel Gourmelen;Amaury Dehecq;Amaury Dehecq.
Deriving large-scale glacier velocities from a complete satellite archive: Application to the Pamir–Karakoram–Himalaya
Amaury Dehecq;Noel Gourmelen;Emmanuel Trouve.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2015)
InSAR observations of 2007 Tanzania rifting episode reveal mixed fault and dyke extension in an immature continental rift
Juliet Biggs;Falk Amelung;Noel Gourmelen;Timothy H. Dixon.
Geophysical Journal International (2009)
Postseismic Mantle Relaxation in the Central Nevada Seismic Belt
Noel Gourmelen;Falk Amelung.
Mining-related ground deformation in Crescent Valley, Nevada: Implications for sparse GPS networks
Noel Gourmelen;Falk Amelung;Francesco Casu;Mariarosaria Manzo.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
Sustained retreat of the Pine Island Glacier
J. W. Park;J. W. Park;Noel Gourmelen;Andrew Shepherd;S. W. Kim.
Geophysical Research Letters (2013)
Ice velocity determined using conventional and multiple-aperture InSAR
Noel Gourmelen;S.W. Kim;Andrew Shepherd;J.W. Park;J.W. Park.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2011)
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