NCGCP Publications Last 8 Years Downloadable

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. Snowpack development and ablation on glaciers and Alpine Areas in the North Cascades, Washington.  Eastern Snow Conf.  Proc.  21-26.  
  5. Reply to the Comments of Meier and others on, “Annual net balance of North Cascade glaciers. Journal of Glaciology, 43(143), 193-196.
  6. Changes in glaciers on Glacier Peak in the last 100 years.Mazamas 1997, p. 29.

 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.
  6. Annual balance of North Cascade, Washington  glaciers predicted from climatic records.  In:  Proceedings of the Eastern Snow Conference 1990, 201-12.
  7. Glacier runoff into Baker Lake, Washington.  EOS,     April 23, 1991, 130.
  8. Recent terminus behavior of North Cascade  glaciers.  Annals of Glaciology, 14, 353. 1989.  Annual balance and climatic sensitivity of North Cascade, Washington glaciers.  In: Proceedings  of the Eastern Snow Conference 1988, 13-26.
  9.  Time series analysis of Northwestern North American glaciers related to climate. IAHS, 183, 95-102.
  10.  Annual balance of North Cascade glaciers,  Washington, measured and predicted using an activity- index method.  Journal Glaciology, 34, 194-200.
  11. Mass balance of North Cascade glaciers and climatic implications.  IAHS, 168, 163-168.
  12. North Cascade Glacier-Climate Project. Explorations a Research Journal, 4(4), 34-39.
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