NCGCP Publications Last 8 Years Downloadable

2022:Contribution of Glacier Runoff during Heat Waves in the Nooksack River Basin USA.  Water 2022, 14(7), 1145; https://doi.org/10.3390/w14071145

2021:Observations of Winter Ablation on Glaciers in the Mount Everest Region in 2020–2021. Remote Sens. 2021, 13(14), 2692; https://doi.org/10.3390/rs13142692

2019:Exceptionally High 2018 Equilibrium Line Altitude on Taku Glacier, Alaska  Remote Sens. 2019, 11(20), 2378; https://doi.org/10.3390/rs11202378

2018: How Unusual Was 2015 in the 1984–2015 Period of the North Cascade Glacier Annual Mass Balance?Water 201810(5), 543; https://doi.org/10.3390/w10050543.

2017: Recent Climate Change Impacts on Mountain Glaciers.  Print ISBN:Online ISBN:9781119068150 |DOI:10.1002/9781119068150 © 2017 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

2015: Climate Driven Retreat of Mount Baker Glaciers and Changing Water Resources.  SpringerBriefs in Climate Studies.

2013: Juneau Icefield Mass Balance Program 1946–2011. Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 5, 319-330, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-5-319-2013, 2013.

2013: Rising ELA and Expanding Proglacial Lakes Lead to Initiation of Rapid Retreat of Brady Glacier, Alaska 
Eastern Snow Conference Proceedings, 2012


2013: SATELLITE DERIVED TRANSIENT SNOWLINE MIGRATION RATES IN MASS BALANCE ASSESSMENT ON ARCTIC GLACIERS: Arctic Workshop: UMASS March, 2013.

2012:  Mass balance loss of Mount Baker, Washington glaciers 1990–2010. Hydrologic Processes

2011: Utility of late summer transient snowline migration rate on Taku Glacier, Alaska. The Cryosphere

2011: Skykomish River, Washington:  Impact of ongoing glacier retreat on streamflow,  Hydrologic Processes

2011:  Methods for assessing and forecasting the survival of North Cascade, Washington Glacier Survival Forecast,  Quaternary International

2010:  Forecasting Temperate Alpine Glacier Survival from Accumulation Zone Observations.  The Cyrosphere 3, 323-350.

2008:    Impact of Climate Change on North Cascade Alpine Glaciers, and Alpine Runoff, Northwest Science

2008: The equilibrium flow and mass balance of Taku Glacier 1950-2006. The Crysosphere 2, 275-298.

2007:  Glacier Mass Balance: equilibrium or disequilibrium response?,  Realclimate.org Article 5/24/2007,

2008: Glacier annual balance measurement,prediction, forecasting and climate correlations, North Cascades,
Washington 1984–2006 The Cryosphere
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2007  Vanishing Glaciers, Washington Trails Association,

2006:  The Current Disequilibrium of North Cascades glaciers.  Hydrologic Processes.,

2005:  Life on Ice The threadlike relatives of earthworms drill through glacier ice.  California Wild, v. 58. Fall 2005.

2004:  Temperature ablation relationships on glaciers and in alpine areas North Cascades, WA:  Proceedings Eastern Snow Conference

2003: Changes in Longitudinal Profile on three North Cascade glaciers during the last 100 years.  Hydrologic Processes.

2003: IMPACT OF GLACIER RUNOFF ON BAKER LAKE AND THE BAKER RIVER PROJECT:  Report to Puget Sound Energy

2003: CONTRIBUTION OF THE DEMING GLACIER TO STREAMFLOW IN THE MIDDLE FORK NOOKSACK RIVER 2003 AND 2003 SUMMER MELT SEASONS.  Report to the City of Bellingham

2001: The impact of sampling density on glacier mass balance determination.  Hydrologic Processes.  

2001:  with Jon Riedel.  The spatial and temporal variation of mass balance on North Cascade glaciers., Hydrological Processes.

2001: with Cliff Hedlund:  The terminus behavior and response time of North Cascade glaciers.  Journal of Glaciology.

  1. Mass balance of adjacent debris-covered and clean glacier ice in the North Cascades, Washington. In, Debris Covered Glaciers, IAHS Volume 264, 35-42.
  2. Summer snowpack variations with altitude on Mount Baker, Washington 1990-1999: A comparison with record 1998/99 snowfall.Proceedings of the Eastern Snow Conference.
  3. With M.M. Miller. Thresholds for ice lens development in glacier snow and firnpack. Intl. Conf. On Snow Hydrology, CRREL 98-10, 58.
  4. Changes in glaciers on Glacier Peak in the last 100 years.Mazamas 1997, p 29
  5. 1996, Annual Net Balance of North Cascade Glaciers, 1984-1994.  Journal of   Glaciology, 42(140) 3-9.  

 1996, Changes in Glacier and Alpine Runoff in the North Cascade Range, Washington USA 1985-1993.Hydrological Processes, 10, 1173-1180.   

  1. North Cascades Glacier Retreat, Wild Cascades, Spring 1995, 17-22.     
  2. North Cascade Glaciers Retreating-Disappearing.The  Wild Cascades:  Journal of the North Cascades Conservation  Council. Feb. 1994 15-18.  
  3. Changes in water supply in alpine regions due   to glacier retreat.  In: Proceedings of The World at Risk:   Natural Hazards and Climate Change. American Inst. Physics, Conf. Proceedings Vol. 277, 61-67.
  4. Current Behavior of Glaciers in the North  Cascades and Effect on Regional Water Supplies.  Washington Geology, 21(2), 3-10.  
  5. Changes in glacier runoff due to climate change in the    North Cascades, Washington.  In: Managing Water Resources    during Global Change. American Water Res. Assoc., 489-496.