7 edition of Mass Balance of the Cryosphere found in the catalog.
March 15, 2004
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||John Houghton (Foreword), Jonathan L. Bamber (Editor), Antony J. Payne (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||662|
Geosciences, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, This Special Issue, “Cryosphere”, of Geosciences aims to present the diversity within the field and state-of-the-art research on glaciers, ice sheets, permafrost, sea ice, and snow cover. It also seeks to display a wide range of regional studies and methodological approaches such as laboratory experiments. The cryosphere (from the Greek κρύος kryos, "cold", "frost" or "ice" and σφαῖρα sphaira, "globe, ball") is an all-encompassing term for those portions of Earth's surface where water is in solid form, including sea ice, lake ice, river ice, snow cover, glaciers, ice caps, ice sheets, and frozen ground (which includes permafrost).Thus, there is a wide overlap with the hydrosphere.
Books; Other Publications. ; Eos Archives () Reviews of Geophysics. Vol Issue 3. State of balance of the cryosphere. C. J. van der Veen. Search for more papers by this author. C. J. van der Veen. Search for more papers by this author. First published Estimates of the mass balance of the Antarctic ice sheet Cited by: Cryosphere Community Calendar AARI’s Water Balance Atlas 3. "Fram" Book by Susan Barr 4. New ACSYS Employee 5. Conferences and Seminars (Media / Overview of the Ice Mass Balance Inter-comparison Exercise) Overview of the Ice Mass Balance Inter-comparison Exercise (IMBIE) project -- Presented by Erik Ivins, JPL, Caltech, USA, and Ben.
The cryosphere encompasses the Earth’s snow and ice masses. It is a critical part of our planet’s climate system, one that is especially at risk from climate change and global warming. The Cryosphere provides an essential introduction to the subject, written by . Executive Summary. The cryosphere, comprising snow, river and lake ice, sea ice, glaciers, ice shelves and ice sheets, and frozen ground, plays a major role in the Earth's climate system through its impact on the surface energy budget, the water cycle, primary productivity, surface gas exchange and sea level.
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Mass Balance of the Cryosphere provides a detailed and comprehensive overview of our understanding of the mass balance of the glaciers, ice caps and ice sheets of Antarctica and Greenland. It reviews the theory behind the observations, and describes modelling studies of present and predicted Mass Balance of the Cryosphere book trends in these key indicators of global climate : Hardcover.
: Mass Balance of the Cryosphere: Observations and Modelling of Contemporary and Future Changes (): Jonathan L. Bamber, Antony J. Payne, John Houghton: Books. The cryosphere comprises all the frozen water and soil on the surface of the Earth.
Mass Balance of the Cryosphere focuses on two key components of this environment: land ice (in the form of ice sheets, caps and glaciers) and sea ice. These components have been identified as important indicators of both short and long term climate change.
Metrics. Book description. The cryosphere comprises all the frozen water and soil on the surface of the Earth. Mass Balance of the Cryosphere focuses on two key components of this environment: land ice (in the form of ice sheets, caps and glaciers) and sea : John Houghton.
Providing a comprehensive overview of the significance of the glaciers, ice caps and ice sheets of Antarctica and Greenland, this study reviews the theory behind climatological observations. It describes present modelling studies and predicted future changes in the mass balances of these key indicators of global climate change.
The volume is an important reference for scientists working in. Mass Balance of the Cryosphere, Edited by Jonathan L. Bamber and Antony J. Payne and Foreword by John Houghton, pp. ISBN Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, March Book: Mass balance of the cryosphere: observations and modelling of contemporary and future changes + pp.
Abstract: The cryosphere can be loosely defined as comprising all the frozen water and soil on the surface of the by: 2. mass balance of the cryosphere. These chapters are detailed reviews authored by leading scientists in their ﬁeld. In all, 23 authors have contributed, but each chapter represents an integral part of the whole book rather than being a stand-alone contribution.
This is not. Title: Mass Balance Of The Cryosphere, Author: Keturah Ellenberg, Name: Mass Balance Of The Cryosphere, Length: 5 pages, Page: 1, Published: Issuu company logo Issuu.
Glacier mass balance and secular changes in mountain glaciers and ice caps are evaluated from the annual net balance of glaciers from 17 glacierized regions of the world.
Part A: Mass Balance The term "land ice" can be used to describe any ice that formed over land primarily from freezing precipitation (as opposed to sea ice, which forms by the freezing of seawater).
EarthLabs > Climate and the Cryosphere > Lab 3: Land Ice > 3A: Mass Balance. Land Ice Part A: Mass Balance. The term "land ice" can be used to. The Cryosphere (TC) is a not-for-profit international scientific journal dedicated to the publication and discussion of research articles, short communications, and review papers on all aspects of frozen water and ground on Earth and on other planetary bodies.
The following lists the preprints and final revised papers published within the last 60 days. The mass balance of the cryosphere: observations and modelling of contemporary and future changes. [Jonathan L Bamber; Antony J Payne;] -- "This book is an important reference for all scientists working in the fields of climate change, environmental sciences and glaciology, and provides a valuable supplementary text for senior.
From the global perspective, the two most important attributes of Earth system ice, a.k.a. the cryosphere, are its high albedo (leading to a positive climate feedback) and the large mass of stored freshwater-roughly 70 m of sea-level equivalent. Book Reviews: Mass balance of the cryosphere: Observations and modelling of contemporary and future changes Article in Weather 59(12) December Author: Edward Hanna.
This is the first textbook to address all the components of the Earth's cryosphere – all forms of snow and ice, both terrestrial and marine. It provides a concise but comprehensive summary of snow cover, glaciers, ice sheets, lake and river ice, permafrost, sea ice and icebergs – their past history and projected future state.
It is designed for courses at upper undergraduate and graduate. Book Review: Mass balance of the cryosphere: observations and modelling of contemporary and future changes Rippin, David M.
Abstract. Not Available. Publication: The Holocene. Pub Date: July DOI: / Author: David M. Rippin. In this episode we look at the concept of mass balance and what the basic definition of a glacier is. This involves energy budgets, accumulation and. Sørensen, L.
et al. Mass balance of the Greenland ice sheet (–) from ICESat data—the impact of interpolation, sampling and firn density. Cryosphere 5. Get this from a library! Mass balance of the cryosphere: observations and modelling of contemporary and future changes. [Jonathan L Bamber; Antony J Payne;] -- Land and sea ice combined form the largest part of the Earth's cryosphere, responding to climate change over timescales ranging from seasons to millennia.
This is a detailed and comprehensive.The Global Cryosphere [Elektronisk resurs] Past, Present and Future. Barry, Roger G. (författare) Gan, Thian Yew. (författare) ISBN Publicerad: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Engelska 1 online resource ( p.).The cryosphere 1 is the part of the Earth system that includes solid precipitation, snow, sea ice, lake and river ice, icebergs, glaciers and ice caps, ice sheets and ice shelves, and permafrost and seasonally frozen ground cryosphere is global, existing not just in the Arctic, Antarctic and mountain regions, but at all latitudes and in approximately one hundred countries.