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Lhermitte, S., S. Sun, C. Shuman, B. Wouters, F. Pattyn, J. Wuite, E. Berthier, and T. Nagler. 2020. Damage accelerates ice shelf instability and mass loss in Amundsen Sea Embayment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201912890.
Clyne, E. R., S. Anandakrishnan, A. Muto, R. B. Alley, and D. E. Voigt. 2020. Interpretation of topography and bed properties beneath Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica using seismic reflection methods. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 550, 116543.
Hogan, K. A., R. D. Larter, A. G. C. Graham, R. Arthern, J. D. Kirkham, R. Totten Minzoni, T. A. Jordan, R. Clark, V. Fitzgerald, A. K. Wåhlin, J. B. Anderson, C.-D. Hillenbrand, F. O. Nitsche, L. Simkins, J. A. Smith, K. Gohl, J. E. Arndt, J. Hong, and J. Wellner. 2020. Revealing the former bed of Thwaites Glacier using sea-floor bathymetry: implications for warm-water routing and bed controls on ice flow and buttressing.
Jordan, T. A., D. Porter, K. Tinto, R. Millan, A. Muto, K. Hogan, R. D. Larter, A. G. C. Graham, and J. D. Pade. 2020. New gravity-derived bathymetry for the Thwaites, Crosson, and Dotson ice shelves revealing two ice shelf populations. The Cryosphere 14, 2869–2882.
Michelle Maclennan (she/her) is a PhD student in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research focuses on ice-atmosphere interactions, in particular the impact of snowfall and extreme precipitation events on the surface mass balance of Thwaites Glacier. Michelle is combining recent observations from automatic weather stations on Thwaites ice shelf with reanalysis datasets to examine the spatial and temporal variability of snowfall and its connection to large-scale atmospheric circulation as part of the TARSAN project.