Documentation for PISM, the Parallel Ice Sheet Model

Theses, technical reports, and background references

These are publications which are related in some way to PISM. See the publications page for actual applications of PISM.

Theses

These are unpublished theses related to PISM.

  • Christopher G Dufour (2016) Improving the Performance of Ice Sheet Modeling Through Embedded Simulation. The University of Maine. web bibtex
  • D. M. Mullaly Jr. (2015) The influence of marine topography on the Antarctic ice sheet. Louisiana State University. web bibtex
  • L. Gillispie (2014) A temperature-only formulation for ice sheets. University of Alaska, Fairbanks. web bibtex
  • W. Mitchell (2012) Exact and numerical solutions for Stokes flow in glaciers. University of Alaska, Fairbanks. web bibtex
  • D. DellaGiustina (2011) Regional modeling of Greenland's outlet glaciers with the Parallel Ice Sheet Model. University of Alaska, Fairbanks. web bibtex

Technical reports

These documents are unpublished technical reports related to PISM.

  • E. Bueler (2007) An exact solution to the temperature equation in a column of ice and bedrock. web bibtex
  • E. Bueler, C. S. Lingle, J. A. Kallen-Brown (2006) Computation of a combined spherical-elastic and viscous-half-space Earth model for ice sheet simulation. web bibtex
  • E. Bueler, J. Brown (2006) On exact solutions and numerics for cold, shallow, and thermocoupled ice sheets. web bibtex
  • Ed Bueler (2003) Construction of steady state solutions for isothermal shallow ice sheets. UAF. web bibtex

Background of PISM design

These documents are helpful for understanding PISM's design but they do not represent applications of PISM. They are not documentation of either current or previous versions of PISM.

  • E. Bueler (2016) Stable finite volume element schemes for the shallow ice approximation. Journal of Glaciology 62 (232) pp. 230–242. doi bibtex
  • S. Khan, A. Aschwanden, A. A. Bjørk, J. Wahr, K. K. Kjeldsen, K. H. Kjaer (2015) Greenland ice sheet mass balance: a review. Rep. Prog. Phys 78 (4) doi bibtex
  • E. Bueler (2014) An exact solution for a steady, flow-line marine ice sheet. Journal of Glaciology 60 (224) pp. 1117–1125. doi bibtex
  • E. Bueler (2014) Correspondence: Extending the lumped subglacial–englacial hydrology model of Bartholomaus and others (2011). Journal of Glaciology 60 (222) pp. 808–810. doi web bibtex
  • G. Jouvet, E. Bueler, C. Graeser, R. Kornhuber (2013) A nonsmooth Newton multigrid method for a hybrid, shallow model of marine ice sheets. AMS Contemporary Mathematics (SCA 2012) 586 pp. 197–205. doi bibtex
  • G. Jouvet, E. Bueler (2012) Steady, shallow ice sheets as obstacle problems: well-posedness and finite element approximation. SIAM J. Appl. Math. 72 (4) pp. 1292–1314. doi bibtex
  • M. Habermann, D. Maxwell, M. Truffer (2012) Reconstruction of basal properties in ice sheets using iterative inverse methods. Journal of Glaciology 58 (210) pp. 795–807. doi bibtex
  • G. Jouvet, J. Rappaz, E. Bueler, H. Blatter (2011) Existence and stability of steady state solutions of the shallow ice sheet equation by an energy minimization approach. J. Glaciol. 57 (202) pp. 345–354. bibtex
  • R. Greve, H. Blatter (2009) Dynamics of Ice Sheets and Glaciers. Springer. bibtex
  • D. Maxwell, M. Truffer, S. Avdonin, M. Stuefer (2008) An iterative scheme for determining glacier velocities and stresses. J. Glaciol. 54 (188) pp. 888–898. doi bibtex
  • C. Schoof (2006) A variational approach to ice stream flow. J. Fluid Mech. 556 pp. 227–251. bibtex
  • E. Bueler, C. S. Lingle, J. A. Kallen-Brown, D. N. Covey, L. N. Bowman (2005) Exact solutions and numerical verification for isothermal ice sheets. J. Glaciol. 51 (173) pp. 291–306. web bibtex
  • Reinhard Calov, Ralf Greve (2005) Correspondence: A semi-analytical solution for the positive degree-day model with stochastic temperature variations. J. Glaciol 51 (172) pp. 173–175. bibtex
  • C. Schoof (2003) The effect of basal topography on ice sheet dynamics. Continuum Mech. Thermodyn. 15 pp. 295–307. doi bibtex
  • A. Payne, others (2000) Results from the EISMINT model intercomparison: the effects of thermomechanical coupling. J. Glaciol. 153 pp. 227–238. bibtex
  • M. Weis, R. Greve, K. Hutter (1999) Theory of shallow ice shelves. Continuum Mech. Thermodyn. 11 (1) pp. 15–50. bibtex
  • D. R. MacAyeal, V. Rommelaere, Ph. Huybrechts, C.L. Hulbe, J. Determann, C. Ritz (1996) An ice-shelf model test based on the Ross ice shelf. Ann. Glaciol. 23 pp. 46–51. bibtex
  • D. R. MacAyeal (1989) Large-scale ice flow over a viscous basal sediment: theory and ˘application to ice stream B, Antarctica. J. Geophys. Res. 94 (B4) pp. 4071–4087. bibtex
  • M. W. Mahaffy (1976) A three–dimensional numerical model of ice sheets: tests on the Barnes Ice Cap, Northwest Territories. J. Geophys. Res. 81 (6) pp. 1059–1066. bibtex
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