His scientific interests lie mostly in Ice sheet, Ice stream, Ice shelf, Glacier and Elevation. His Ice sheet research integrates issues from Altimeter and Sea ice. His Ice stream research is classified as research in Oceanography.
His Ice shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geotechnical engineering, Antarctic sea ice and Antarctic ice sheet. His work in Glacier addresses subjects such as Ice tongue, which are connected to disciplines such as Sea surface temperature, Meltwater and Hydrography. Robert H. Thomas combines subjects such as Greenland ice sheet and Geodesy with his study of Elevation.
Robert H. Thomas mainly focuses on Ice sheet, Ice stream, Ice shelf, Oceanography and Sea ice. As a part of the same scientific study, Robert H. Thomas usually deals with the Ice sheet, concentrating on Arctic ice pack and frequently concerns with Atmospheric sciences. His Ice stream study is related to the wider topic of Climatology.
Robert H. Thomas has included themes like Geotechnical engineering and Iceberg in his Ice shelf study. His study on Tide gauge is often connected to Flow and Gloss as part of broader study in Oceanography. Robert H. Thomas studies Sea ice thickness which is a part of Sea ice.
Robert H. Thomas mainly investigates Ice sheet, Antarctic sea ice, Sea ice, Oceanography and Ice stream. His Ice sheet research incorporates themes from Glacier morphology, Climatology and Future sea level. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meltwater, Hydrography and Climate change.
His work in the fields of Oceanography, such as Tide gauge and Sea level rise, intersects with other areas such as Gloss. Robert H. Thomas studied Ice stream and Ice shelf that intersect with Iceberg. His studies deal with areas such as Elevation, Altimeter, Geodesy and Snowpack as well as Glacier.
His main research concerns Ice sheet, Oceanography, Glacier, Glacier morphology and Ice stream. His Ice sheet study incorporates themes from Ice tongue, Glacier ice accumulation and Shelf ice. His research in Ice tongue intersects with topics in Meltwater, Hydrography and Sea surface temperature.
His Glacier ice accumulation research incorporates elements of Greenland ice sheet, Surge, Geomorphology and Future sea level. As part of his research on Shelf ice, studies on Antarctic sea ice, Ice shelf, Sea ice and Cryosphere are part of the effort.
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Observations: Changes in Snow, Ice and Frozen Ground
Peter Lemke;Jian Ren;R. B. Alley;I. Allison.
EPIC3Titel: Climate change 2007 : the physical science basis ; summary for policymakers, technical summary and frequently asked questions. Part of the Working Group I contribution to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, pp. 337-383, ISBN: 92-9169-121-6 (2007)
ICESat's laser measurements of polar ice, atmosphere, ocean, and land
H. J. Zwally;Bob E Schutz;W. Abdalati;J. Abshire.
Journal of Geodynamics (2002)
Acceleration of Jakobshavn Isbræ triggered by warm subsurface ocean waters
David M. Holland;Robert H. Thomas;Brad De Young;Mads H. Ribergaard.
Nature Geoscience (2008)
Accelerated ice discharge from the Antarctic Peninsula following the collapse of Larsen B ice shelf
E. Rignot;E. Rignot;G. Casassa;P. Gogineni;W. Krabill.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
Mass Balance of Polar Ice Sheets
Eric Rignot;Robert H. Thomas.
Greenland Ice Sheet: High-Elevation Balance and Peripheral Thinning
W. Krabill;W. Abdalati;E. Frederick;S. Manizade.
Greenland ice sheet: increased coastal thinning
W. Krabill;E. Hanna;Philippe Huybrechts;Philippe Huybrechts;W. Abdalati.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
Accelerated Sea-Level Rise from West Antarctica
R. Thomas;E. Rignot;G. Casassa;P. Kanagaratnam.
A model for Holocene retreat of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet
Robert H. Thomas;Charles R. Bentley.
Quaternary Research (1978)
The Mass Balance of Circum-Arctic Glaciers and Recent Climate Change
Julian A. Dowdeswell;Jon Ove Hagen;Helgi Björnsson;Andrey F. Glazovsky.
Quaternary Research (1997)
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