Faezeh M. Nick
Faezeh M. Nick
Researcher, Physical Geography, Utrecht University
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Large-scale changes in Greenland outlet glacier dynamics triggered at the terminus
FM Nick, A Vieli, IM Howat, I Joughin
Nature Geoscience 2 (2), 110-114, 2009
Future sea-level rise from Greenland’s main outlet glaciers in a warming climate
F Nick, A Vieli, M Langer Andersen, I Joughin, A Payne, T Edwards, ...
Nature 497, 2013
A physically based calving model applied to marine outlet glaciers and implications for the glacier dynamics
FM Nick, CJ Van der Veen, A Vieli, DI Benn
Journal of Glaciology 56 (199), 781-794, 2010
Results of the marine ice sheet model intercomparison project, MISMIP
F Pattyn, C Schoof, L Perichon, RCA Hindmarsh, E Bueler, B De Fleurian, ...
The Cryosphere Discussions 6 (1), 267-308, 2012
Understanding and modelling rapid dynamic changes of tidewater outlet glaciers: issues and implications
A Vieli, FM Nick
Surveys in geophysics 32, 437-458, 2011
Sensitivity of Greenland ice sheet projections to model formulations
H Goelzer, P Huybrechts, JJ Fürst, FM Nick, ML Andersen, TL Edwards, ...
Journal of Glaciology 59 (216), 733-749, 2013
The response of Petermann Glacier, Greenland, to large calving events, and its future stability in the context of atmospheric and oceanic warming
FM Nick, A Luckman, A Vieli, CJ Van der Veen, D Van As, ...
Journal of Glaciology 58 (208), 229-239, 2012
Programme for Monitoring of the Greenland Ice Sheet (PROMICE): first temperature and ablation records
D van As, RS Fausto, AP Ahlstrøm, SB Andersen, ML Andersen, M Citterio, ...
Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Bulletin 23, 73-76, 2011
Melt-under-cutting and buoyancy-driven calving from tidewater glaciers: new insights from discrete element and continuum model simulations
DI Benn, JAN Åström, T Zwinger, JOE Todd, FM Nick, S Cook, NRJ Hulton, ...
Journal of Glaciology 63 (240), 691-702, 2017
Basal topographic controls on rapid retreat of Humboldt Glacier, northern Greenland
JR Carr, A Vieli, CR Stokes, SSR Jamieson, SJ Palmer, P Christoffersen, ...
Journal of Glaciology 61 (225), 137-150, 2015
Controls on advance of tidewater glaciers: Results from numerical modeling applied to Columbia Glacier
FM Nick, CJ van der Veen, J Oerlemans
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 112 (F3), 2007
Seasonal velocities of eight major marine-terminating outlet glaciers of the Greenland ice sheet from continuous in situ GPS instruments
AP Ahlstrøm, SB Andersen, ML Andersen, H Machguth, FM Nick, ...
Earth System Science Data 5 (2), 277-287, 2013
Terminus-driven retreat of a major southwest Greenland tidewater glacier during the early 19th century: insights from glacier reconstructions and numerical modelling
JM Lea, DWF Mair, FM Nick, BR Rea, A Weidick, KH Kjaer, M Morlighem, ...
Journal of Glaciology 60 (220), 333-344, 2014
Fluctuations of a Greenlandic tidewater glacier driven by changes in atmospheric forcing: observations and modelling of Kangiata Nunaata Sermia, 1859–present
JM Lea, DWF Mair, FM Nick, BR Rea, D Van As, M Morlighem, ...
The Cryosphere 8 (6), 2031-2045, 2014
A minimal model of a tidewater glacier
J Oerlemans, FM Nick
Annals of Glaciology 42, 1-6, 2005
Timing of the first drainage of the Baltic Ice Lake synchronous with the onset of Greenland Stadial 1
F Muschitiello, JM Lea, SL Greenwood, FM Nick, L Brunnberg, ...
Boreas 45 (2), 322-334, 2016
Dynamics of tidewater glaciers: comparison of three models
FM Nick, J Oerlemans
Journal of Glaciology 52 (177), 183-190, 2006
Effects of undercutting and sliding on calving:<? xmltex\newline?> a global approach applied to Kronebreen, Svalbard
D Vallot, J Åström, T Zwinger, R Pettersson, A Everett, DI Benn, ...
The Cryosphere 12 (2), 609-625, 2018
Modelling the advance–retreat cycle of a tidewater glacier with simple sediment dynamics
J Oerlemans, FM Nick
Global and Planetary Change 50 (3-4), 148-160, 2006
Impact of fjord geometry on grounding line stability
H Åkesson, KH Nisancioglu, FM Nick
Frontiers in Earth Science, 71, 2018
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