His primary areas of study are Ice sheet, Mechanics, Geomorphology, Ice shelf and Glaciology. His Ice sheet study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Erosion, Lead and Ice-sheet model. His Mechanics research integrates issues from Stress and Meteorology.
His Geomorphology research incorporates themes from Glacier terminus, Paleontology, Antarctic ice sheet and Ice divide. His Ice divide course of study focuses on Stamukha and Geodesy. His Ice shelf research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Antarctic sea ice and Ice stream.
Richard C. A. Hindmarsh spends much of his time researching Ice sheet, Ice stream, Geomorphology, Ice shelf and Antarctic ice sheet. Richard C. A. Hindmarsh combines subjects such as Sea ice, Mechanics and Antarctic sea ice, Ice-sheet model with his study of Ice sheet. His work deals with themes such as Geotechnical engineering and Stress, Classical mechanics, which intersect with Mechanics.
His work carried out in the field of Ice stream brings together such families of science as Paleontology and Geophysics. His work on Moraine, Sediment and Glacier as part of general Geomorphology research is often related to Bedform, thus linking different fields of science. His research brings together the fields of Physical geography and Antarctic ice sheet.
His primary areas of investigation include Ice sheet, Ice shelf, Oceanography, Antarctic ice sheet and Climatology. His research in Ice sheet intersects with topics in Ice stream, Ice-sheet model, Lead, Climate change and Physical geography. Richard C. A. Hindmarsh has included themes like Antarctic sea ice and Geomorphology in his Ice stream study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Mechanics, Flow and Dynamics in addition to Ice shelf. While the research belongs to areas of Antarctic ice sheet, Richard C. A. Hindmarsh spends his time largely on the problem of Instability, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Geophysics, Current, Bedrock and Meteorology. His work on Proxy as part of general Climatology study is frequently linked to Present day, Metre and Probability distribution, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ice sheet, Antarctic ice sheet, Sea ice, Antarctic sea ice and Climatology. The Ice sheet study combines topics in areas such as Deglaciation, Lead, Geophysics and Moraine. His studies in Antarctic ice sheet integrate themes in fields like Drag coefficient, Geodesy, Shear stress, Pressure ridge and Basal sliding.
Antarctic sea ice is closely attributed to Ice stream in his study. His Ice stream research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Paleontology, Post-glacial rebound, Isostatic depression and Geomorphology. Richard C. A. Hindmarsh studies Ice divide, a branch of Ice shelf.
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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)
Sediment deformation beneath glaciers: Rheology and geological consequences
G. S. Boulton;R. C. A. Hindmarsh.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1987)
Potential sea-level rise from Antarctic ice-sheet instability constrained by observations
Catherine Ritz;Catherine Ritz;Tamsin L. Edwards;Tamsin L. Edwards;Gaël Durand;Gaël Durand;Anthony J. Payne.
Recent Antarctic Peninsula warming relative to Holocene climate and ice-shelf history
Robert Mulvaney;Nerilie Abram;Nerilie Abram;Richard C.A. Hindmarsh;Carol Arrowsmith.
Formation of mega-scale glacial lineations observed beneath a West Antarctic ice stream
Edward C. King;Richard C.A. Hindmarsh;C. R. Stokes.
Nature Geoscience (2009)
Benchmark experiments for higher-order and full-Stokes ice sheet models (ISMIP-HOM).
F. Pattyn;L. Perichon;A. Aschwanden;B. Breuer.
The Cryosphere (2008)
A numerical comparison of approximations to the Stokes equations used in ice sheet and glacier modeling
R. C. A. Hindmarsh.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Results of the Marine Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Project, MISMIP
F. Pattyn;C. Schoof;L. Perichon;R. C. A. Hindmarsh.
The Cryosphere (2012)
Thin-Film Flows with Wall Slip: An Asymptotic Analysis of Higher Order Glacier Flow Models
Christian Schoof;Richard C. A. Hindmarsh.
Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics (2010)
Grounding-line migration in plan-view marine ice-sheet models: results of the ice2sea MISMIP3d intercomparison
Frank Pattyn;Laura Perichon;Gaël Durand;Lionel Favier.
Journal of Glaciology (2013)
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