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Ronja Reese

PostDoc in der Arbeitsgruppe zur Eisdynamik und im FutureLab Earth Resilience in the Anthropocene


Addresse: Potsdam Institut für Klimafolgenforschung (PIK)

                  Telegrafenberg A62

                  14412 Potsdam

Email: reese (at)

Telefon: +49 331 288 20798

Raum: S09


R. Reese, A. Levermann, T. Albrecht, H. Seroussi, R. Winkelmann
The role of history and strength of the oceanic forcing for sea-level projections from Antarctica with the Parallel Ice Sheet Model
The Cryosphere Discussions, in review, 2020.

H. Seroussi, ...R. Reese, et al.
ISMIP6 Antarctica: a multi-model ensemble of the Antarctic ice sheet evolution over the 21st century
The Cryosphere Discussions, in review, 2020.

H. Seroussi,...R. Reese, et al.
initMIP-Antarctica: an ice sheet model initialization experiment of ISMIP6
The Cryosphere 13, 1441-1471, 2019.

R. Reese, R. Winkelmann, G.H. Gudmundsson
Grounding-line flux formula applied as a flux condition in numerical simulations fails for buttressed Antarctic ice streams
The Cryosphere 12, 3229-3242, 2018.

J. Kingslake, R.P. Scherer, T. Albrecht, J. Coenen, R.D. Powell, R. Reese, N. D. Stansell, S. Tulaczyk, M.G. Wearing, P.L. Whitehouse
Extensive retreat and re-advance of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet during the Holocene
Nature 558, 430-434, 2018.

R. Reese, T. Albrecht, M. Mengel, X. Asay-Davis and R. Winkelmann
Antarctic sub-shelf melt rates via PICO
The Cryosphere 12, 1969-1985, 2018.

R. Reese, G.H. Gudmundsson, A. Levermann and R. Winkelmann
The far reach of ice shelf thinning in Antarctica
Nature Climate Change 8, 53-57, 2018.
Highlighted in Nature Climate Change.

Frieler, K., Clark, P. U., He, F., Buizert, C., Reese, R, Ligtenberg, S. R. M., van den Broeke, M. R., Winkelmann, R., Levermann, A.
Consistent Evidence of Increasing Antarctic Accumulation with Warming
Nature Climate Change, 5, 348–352, 2015.