Ward van Pelt

Fieldwork 2017

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!

Peer-reviewed publications

In review:

Pramanik, A., J. Kohler, T.V. Schuler, and W.J.J. van Pelt. 2017. Spatial and temporal variability of snow accumulation on two High Arctic glaciers from automatic weather station data. submitted

Van Pelt, W.J.J., V.A. Pohjola, R. Pettersson, L.E. Ehwald, C.H. Reijmer, W. Boot, and C.L. Jakobs. 2017. Dynamic response of a high Arctic glacier to melt and runoff variations. submitted

Vallot, D., J. Åström, T. Zwinger, R. Pettersson, A. Everett, D.I. Benn, A. Luckman, W.J.J. van Pelt and F. Nick. 2017. Effects of undercutting and sliding on calving: a coupled approach applied to Kronebreen, Svalbard. The Cryosphere Discussions, doi:10.5194/tc-2017-166

Winsvold, S.H., A. Kääb, C. Nuth, L.M. Andreassen, W.J.J. van Pelt and T. Schellenberger. 2017. Using SAR data time-series for regional glacier mapping. The Cryosphere Discussions, doi:10.5194/tc-2017-136


How, P., D.I. Benn, N.R.J. Hulton, B. Hubbard, A. Luckman, H. Sevestre, W.J.J. van Pelt, K. Lindback, J. Kohler and W. Boot. 2017. Rapidly-changing subglacial hydrology pathways at a tidewater glacier revealed through simultaneous observations of water pressure, supraglacial lakes, meltwater plumes and surface velocities. The Cryosphere, 11, 2691-2710.