Rebecca Rolph
Rebecca Rolph
Alfred Wegener Institute, Potsdam
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Amplified Arctic warming by phytoplankton under greenhouse warming
JY Park, JS Kug, J Bader, R Rolph, M Kwon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (19), 5921-5926, 2015
Tracer monitored titrations: measurement of dissolved oxygen
T Martz, Y Takeshita, R Rolph, P Bresnahan
Analytical chemistry 84 (1), 290-296, 2012
Impacts of a lengthening open water season on Alaskan coastal communities: deriving locally relevant indices from large-scale datasets and community observations.
RJ Rolph, AR Mahoney, J Walsh, PA Loring
Cryosphere 12 (5), 2018
Sea ice concentration data produced from a simulation with the sea ice model CICE-CPOM-2019, including a prognostic floe size distribution model to study the Marginal Ice Zone
R Rolph, D Feltham, D Schroeder
University of Reading, 2020
Changes of the Arctic marginal ice zone
RJ Rolph, DL Feltham, D Schröder
Cryosphere Discussions, 2019
Changes of the Arctic marginal ice zone during the satellite era
RJ Rolph, DL Feltham, D Schröder
The Cryosphere 14 (6), 1971-1984, 2020
Mechanisms and implications of changes in the timing of ocean freeze-up
RJ Rolph
PhD Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks (Geophysics), 2018
Wind energy input into the upper ocean over a lengthening open water season
R Rolph, A Mahoney, JE Walsh
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2017
Wind-driven changes in the heat content of the oceanic mixed layer using a 1-D column model
RJ Rolph, AR Mahoney, J Walsh
FAMOS (Forum for Arctic Ocean Modeling and Observational Synthesis) Annual …, 2017
Impact of lengthening open water season on food security in Alaska coastal communities: Global impacts may outweigh local" frontline" effects
R Rolph, AR Mahoney
AGUFM 2015, GC11G-1102, 2015
The biogeophysical effects of phytoplankton on Arctic sea ice using an Earth System model
R Rolph
MSc thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science …, 2014
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