Pictures of the 2017 field campaign to Nordenskiöldbreen, Svalbard, are now online!
An electronic copy of my PhD-thesis, defended in 2014, can be found here!
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I currently work as a researcher in glaciology at the University of Uppsala in Sweden. My research focus is to improve our understanding of changing climate conditions in the Arctic and its impact on glaciers and seasonal snow packs.
11/05/2018 - Publication in Geophysical Research Letters
"Dynamic response of a High Arctic glacier to melt and runoff variations" by Van Pelt et al. is now published in Geophysical Research Letters. Link
09/03/2018 - Publication in The Cryosphere
"Using SAR satellite data time series for regional glacier mapping" by Winsvold et al. is now published in The Cryosphere. Link
21/02/2018 - Publication in The Cryosphere
"Effects of undercutting and sliding on calving: a coupled approach applied to Kronebreen, Svalbard" by Vallot et al. is now published in The Cryosphere. Link
15/10/2017 - Publication in The Cryosphere
"Rapidly-changing subglacial hydrology pathways at a tidewater glacier revealed through simultaneous observations of water pressure, supraglacial lakes, meltwater plumes and surface velocities." by How et al. is now published in The Cryosphere. Link
03/10/2017 - Publication in Journal of Glaciology
"Dynamics of a fast-flowing tidewater glacier: complex spatio-temporal response to basal water input" by Vallot et al. is now published in Journal of Glaciology. Link
24/04/2017 - Fieldwork in Svalbard
We are back from our recent field campaign (April 19-28) to Nordenskiöldbreen, Svalbard. Helped by excellent weather conditions, we managed to succesfully complete all our field activities. For some first impressions of the fieldwork, please have a look here!
18/04/2017 - Publication in The Cryosphere
"How accurate are estimates of glacier ice thickness? Results from ITMIX, the Ice Thickness Models Intercomparison eXperiment" by Farinotti et al. is now published in The Cryosphere. Link
09/03/2017 - Publication in Frontiers in Earth Science
"Parameterizing deep water percolation improves subsurface temperature simulations by a multilayer firn model" by Marchenko et al. is now published in Frontiers in Earth Science: Cryospheric Sciences. Link
25/11/2016 - Publication in Frontiers in Earth Science
"The Changing Impact of Snow Conditions and Refreezing on the Mass Balance of an Idealized Svalbard Glacier" by Van Pelt et al. is now published in Frontiers in Earth Science: Cryospheric Sciences. Link
10/11/2016 - Publication in JGR Earth Surface
"Multidecadal climate and seasonal snow conditions in Svalbard" by Van Pelt et al. is now published in Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. Link