PUBLICATIONS 2017-03-08T15:22:47+00:00

Publications

2017

100) Bushuk, M., D.M. Holland, T. Stanton, and C. Gray, 2017: Ice Scallops: A Laboratory and Numerical Investigation of the Ice-Ocean Interface. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, in prep. [Text (pdf)]

99) Jrrar, A., D.M. Holland, N.L. Abraham, and L.Pyle, 2017: Seasonal Antarctic Sea Ice variability in the AO-UKCA Model: Bridging the Gap on Models’ Discrepancy. J. Geophys. Res., in prep. [Text(pdf)]

98) Djoumna, G., D.M. Holland, and D. Francis, 2017: On the surface radiation balance in the ablation zone of Pine Island Glacier (Antarctica) from ground based observations J. Geophys. Res. – Atmospheres, in prep. [Text(pdf)]

97) Djoumna, G., D.M. Holland, A.K. Wahlin, S.H. Lee., and T.W. Kim, 2017: Internal Waves and Turbulent mixing on the Amundsen Sea Shelf: West Antarctica J. Geophys. Res., in prep. [Text(pdf)]

96) Djoumna, G., and D.M. Holland, 2017: Spatial and temporal patterns of fine structure and vertical mixing processes in Greenland fjords. Part II: Ilulissat Ice Fjord, West Greenland. J. Geophys. Res., in prep. [Text(pdf)]

95) Djoumna, G., and D.M. Holland, 2017: Spatial and temporal patterns of fine structure and vertical mixing processes in Greenland fjords. Part I: Sermilik Ice Fjord, East Greenland. J. Geophys. Res., in prep. [Text(pdf)]

2016

94) Muresan, I.S., S.A. Khan, A.A. Bjørk, D.M. Holland, K.K. Kjeldsen , P.L. Langen, T. van Dam, K.H. Kjær, J.E. Box, A. Aschwanden, and L. Liu, 2016: Imminent terminus collapse of Jakobshavn Isbræ by 2100 Nature Geoscience, submitted. [Text (pdf)]

93) Vankova, I., and D.M. Holland, 2016: Calving Signature in Ocean Waves at Helheim Glacier and Sermilik Fjord, East Greenland. J. Physical Oceanogr., in press. [Text (pdf)]

92) Mei, M.J.., D.M. Holland, S. Anandakrishnan, and T. Zheng, 2016: A Two-Station Seismic Method to Localize Glacier Calving. The Cryosphere, in press. [Text (pdf)]

91) Parizek, B.R., K. Christianson, R.B. Alley, D. Voytenko, I. Vankova, T.H. Dixon, and D.M. Holland, 2016: Ice-Cliff Failure via Retrogressive Slumping. Nature Communications, submitted. [Text (pdf)]

90) Wang, X., D.M. Holland, X. Cheng, and P. Gong, 2016: Grounding and Calving Cycle of Mertz Ice Tongue Revealed by Shallow Mertz Bank. The Cryosphere, in press. [Text (pdf)]

89) Xie, S., T. Dixon, D. Voytenko, D.M. Holland, D. Holland, and T. Zheng, 2016: Precursor motion to iceberg calving at Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland, observed with terrestrial radar interferometry. Journal of Glaciology, in press. [Text (pdf)]

88) Jones, R.W., I.A. Renfrew, A. Orr, B.G.M. Weber, D.M. Holland, and M. Mazzara, 2016: Evaluation of four global reanalysis products using in situ observations in the Amundsen Sea Embayment, Antarctica J. Geophys. Res.- Atmospheres, in press. [Text(pdf)]

87) Christianson, K., M. Bushuk, P. Dutreuix, B. Parizek, I. Joughin, R.B. Alley, D. Shean, P. Abrahamson, S. Anandakrishnan, K. Heywood, T.-W. Kim, S.H. Lee, K. Nicholls, T. Stanton, and M. Truffer. B. Weber, A. Jenkins, S. Jacobs, R. Bindschadler, and , D.M. Holland, 2016: Sensitivity of Pine Island Glacier to observed ocean forcing. Geophys. Res. Letters., submitted. [Text(pdf)]

86) Christianson,K., R. W. Jacobel, H.J. Horgan, R.B. Alley, S. Anandakrishnan, D.M. Holland, and K.J. DallaSanta, 2016: Basal conditions at the grounding zone of Whillans, Ice Stream, West Antarctica, from ice-penetrating radar. J. Geophys. Res., in press. [Text(pdf)]

85) Griffies, S., and others and D.M. Holland, 2016: Experimental and diagnostic protocol for the physical component of the CMIP6 Ocean Model Intercomparison Project (OMIP). GeoScientific Model Development, doi:10.5194/gmd-2016-77. [Text(pdf)]

84) Asay-Davis, X., and others and D.M. Holland, 2016: Experimental design for three interrelated Marine Ice-Sheet and Ocean Model Intercomparison Projects. GeoScientific Model Development, doi:10.5194/gmdd-8-9859-2015, [Text(pdf)]

2015

83) Gomez, N., D. Pollard, and D.M. Holland, 2015: Sea level feedback lowers projections of future Antarctic Ice Sheet mass loss. Nature Communications doi:10.1038/ncomms9798. [Text(pdf)]

82) Li, X., D.M. Holland, E.P. Gerber, C. Yoo, 2015: Rossby waves mediate impacts of tropical oceans on West Antarct Atmospheric circulation. J. Climate, in press. [Text(pdf)]

81) Li, X., E.P. Gerber, D.M. Holland, and C. Yoo, 2015: A Rossby Wave Bridge from the Tropical Atlantic to Antarctica. J. Climate, in press. [Text(pdf)]

80) Stern, A.A., L.-P. Nadeau, and D.M. Holland, 2015: Instability and mixing of zonal jets along an idealized West Antarctic continental shelf break. J. Phys. Oceanogr., in press [Text(pdf)]

79) Holland, D.M., D. Holland, and the MISOMIP Group, 2015: Projecting Sea-Level Rise from West Antarctica. EOS Trans, American Geophysical Union (AGU), in press. [Text(pdf)]

78) Mernild, S.H., D.M. Holland, D. Holland, A. Rosing-Asvid, J.C. Yde, and G.E. Liston, 2015: Freshwater flux and spatiotemporal simulated runoff variability into Ilulissat Icefjord, West Greenland, linked to salinity observations obtained using instrumented ringed seals. J. Phys. Oceanogr., in press. [Text(pdf)]

77) Stern, A.A., E.M. Johnson, D.M. Holland, T. Wagner, P. Wadhams, R. Bates, E.P. Abrahamsen, K.W. Nicholls, A. Crawford, and J. Gagnon, 2015: Upwelling around grounded icebergs J. Geophys. Res., in press. [Text(pdf)]

76) Dinniman, M.S., J.M. Klinck, L.-S. Bai, D. Bromwich, K.M. Hines, and D.M. Holland, 2015: The effect of atmospheric forcing resolution on delivery of ocean heat to the Antarctic floating ice shelves. J. Climate, in press. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

75) Voytenko, D., A.A. Stern, Holland, T.H. Dixon, K. Christianson, and R.T. Walker, 2015: Tidally-driven ice speed variation at Helheim Glacier, Greenland observed with Terrestrial Radar Interferometry. J. Glaciol., in press. [Text (pdf)]

74) Gladish, C.V., D.M. Holland, and C. Lee, 2015: Oceanic thermal forcing of Jakobshavn Glacier: Part II. Provenance and Sources of Variability of Disko Bay and Ilulissat Icefjord waters 1990-2011. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 45(1), 33-63. [Text(pdf)]

73) Gladish, C.V., and D.M. Holland, A. Rosing-Asvid, J. Behrens, and J. Boje, 2015: Ocean thermal forcing of Jakobshavn Glacier: Part I. Variability and renewal of Ilulissat icefjord waters, 2001-2013. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 45(1), 3-32. [Text(pdf)]

2014

72) Stern, A.A., D.M. Holland,, P. Holland, A. Jenkins, and J. Sommeria , 2014: The effect of geometry on ice-shelf ocean cavity ventillation. Experiments in Fluids, 55:1719, DOI: 10.1007/s00348-014-1719-3. [Text (pdf)]

71) Griffies, S.M., D.M. Holland, and others, 2014: An assessment of global and regional sea level for years 1993-2007 in a suite of interannual CORE-II simulations. Ocean Modelling, 78, 35-89.. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

70) Zagorodnov, V., S. Tyler, D.M. Holland, A.A. Stern, L.G. Thompson, C. Sladek, S. Kobs, J. Nicols, 2014: New technique for access-borehole drilling in shelf glaciers using lightweight drills. J. Glaciol., 60(223), 935-944, doi: 10.3189/2014JoG13J211. [Text (pdf)]

69) Wang, X., X. Cheng, P. Gong, C.K. Shum, and D.M. Holland, 2014: Freeboard and mass extraction of the disintegrated Mertz Ice Tongue with remote sensing and altimetry data. Remote Sensing Environment., 144, 1–10. [Text (pdf)]

68) Li, X., D.M. Holland, E.P. Gerber, and C. Yoo, 2014, Impacts of the north and tropical Atlantic Ocean on the Antarctic Peninsula and sea ice. Nature, 505, 538–542, doi:10.1038/nature12945. [Text (pdf)]

2013

67) Vaughan, D.G., J.C. Comiso, I. Allison, J. Carrasco, G. Kaser, R. Kwok, P. Mote, T. Murray, F. Paul, J. Ren, E. Rignot, O. Solomina, K. Steffen and T. Zhang, D.M. Holland and others, 2013: Observations: Cryosphere. In: Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Stocker, T.F., D. Qin, G.-K. Plattner, M. Tignor, S.K. Allen, J. Boschung, A. Nauels, Y. Xia, V. Bex and P.M. Midgley (eds.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA. [Text (pdf)]

66) Walker, R., D.M. Holland, B. Parizek, R. Alley, S. Nowicki, and A. Jenkins, 2013: Efficient flowline simulations of ice-shelf/ocean interactions: Sensitivity studies with a fully coupled model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 43, DOI: 10.1175/JPO-D-13-037.1. [Text (pdf)]

65) Stanton, T.P., W.J. Shaw, M. Truffer, H.F.J. Corr, L.E. Peters, K.L. Riverman, R. Bindschadler ,D.M. Holland, and S. Anandakrishnan, 2013. Channelized ice melting in the ocean boundary layer beneath Pine Island, Glacier, Antarctica. Science 341, DOI: 10.1126/science.1239373 [Text (pdf)]

64) Stern, A.A., S.W. Tyler, V. Zagorodnov, M.S. Dinniman, D.M. Holland, 2013: Intrusion of warm surface water beneath the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica. J. Geophys. Res., DOI: 10.1002/2013JC008842. [Text (pdf)]

63) Tyler, S.W., D.M. Holland, V. Zagordnov, A.A Stern, S. Kobs, S. White, F. Suarez, and J. Bryenton, 2013: Using distributed temperature sensors to monitor an Antarctic ice shelf and sub-ice-shelf cavity. J. Glaciol., 59(215), doi:10.3189/2013JoG12J207. [Text (pdf)]

62) Nadeau, L.-P., D.N. Straub, and D.M. Holland, 2013: Comparing idealized and complex topographies in quasigeostrophic simulations of an Antarctic Circumpolar Current. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 43, DOI: 10.1175/JPO-D-12-0142.1. [Text (pdf)]

61) Holland,, D.M., 2013: The Marine Cryosphere, in Ocean Circulation and Climate, Eds. G. Seidler, S. Griffies, J. Gould, and J. Church. Elsevier, pp 413-442, ISBN: 978-0-12-391851-2. [Text (pdf)]

2012

60) Joughin, I, R.B. Alley, and D.M. Holland, 2012: Ice sheet response to oceanic forcing. Science, 338(6111), pp. 1172-1176 DOI: 10.1126/science.1226481. [Text (pdf)]

59) Gladish, C.V, D.M. Holland, P. Holland, and S. Price, 2012: Ice shelf basal channels in a coupled ice-ocean model. J. Glaciol., 58(212), doi: 10.3189/2012JoG12J003 [Text (pdf)]

58) Straneo, F., D.A. Sutherland, D. Holland, C. Gladish, G.S. Hamilton, H.L. Johnson, E. Rignot, Y. Xu, and M. Koppes, 2012: Characteristics of ocean waters reaching Greenland’s glaciers. Annals. Glaciology, 53(60) 2012 doi: 10.3189/2012AoG60A059. [Text(pdf)].

57) Lemieux, J.-F., D. Knoll, B. Tremblay, D.M. Holland, and M. Losch, 2012: A comparison of the Jacobian-free Newton-Krylov method and the EVP model for solving the sea ice momentum equation with a viscous-plastic formulation: a serial algorithm study. J. Comp. Phys., 231 (17), p. 5926-5944. [Text(pdf)]

56) Burton, J.C., J. M. Amundson, D. S. Abbot, A. Boghosian, L. M. Cathles, S. Correa-Legisos, K. N. Darnell, N. Guttenberg, D. M. Holland, and D. R. MacAyeal, 2012: Laboratory investigations of iceberg capsize dynamics, energy dissipation and tsunamigenesis. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 117,F01007,doi:10.1029/2011JF002055. [Text(pdf)]

2011

55) Proshutinsky, A., Y. Aksenov, J. Clement, Kinney, R. Gerdes, E. Golubeva, D. Holland, G. Holloway, A. Jahn, M. Johnson, E. Popova, M. Steele, and E. Watanabe. 2011. Recent advances in Arctic ocean studies employing models from the Arctic Ocean Model Intercomparison Project. Oceanography 24(3):102–113, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2011.61. [Text(pdf)]

54) Lemieux, J.-F., S. Price. K. Evans, D. Knoll, A. Salinger, D. Holland, A. Payne, 2011: Implementation of the Jacobian-free Newton-Krylov method for solving the first-order ice sheet momentum balance. J. Comp. Phys. doi:10.1016/j.jcp.2011.04.037. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

53) Makinson, K., P.R. Holland, A. Jenkins, K.W. Nicholls, D.M. Holland, 2011: Influence of tides on melting and freezing beneath Filchner Ronne Ice Shelf, and Antarctic Bottom Water production. Geophys. Res. Lett. 38, L06601, doi:10.1029/2010GL046462. [Text(pdf)]

52) Fricker, H.A., R. Powell, J. Priscu, S. Tulacyzk, S. Anandakrishnan, B. Christner, D. Holland, H. Horgan, R. Jacobvel, J. Mikucki, A. Mitchell, R. Schrer, J. Severinghaus, 2011: Siple Coast Subglacial Aquatic Environments: The Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial Access Research Drilling (WISSARD) project. In Subglacial Antarctic Aquatic Environments (M. Siegert, C. Kennicutt, B. Bindschadler, eds.). AGU Monograph. Washington DC, 199-219, doi: 10.1029/2010GM000932 [Text(pdf)]

2010

51) Joughin, I., B. Smith, and D.M. Holland, 2010: Sensitivity of 21st Century Sea Level to Ocean-Induced Thinning of Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. Geophys. Res. Lett. 37, L20502,doi:10.1029/2010GL044819. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)] [Science Magazine(html)]

50) Priscu, J., D.M. Holland, and others, 2010: The Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial Access Research Drilling project (WISSARD). EOS Trans, American Geophysical Union (AGU), 91 (29), p. 253-254. July 20. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

49) Reddy, T., D.M. Holland, and K. Arrigo, 2010: New Ross Ice Shelf Cavity residence time estimates from a model of oceanic chlorofluorocarbons. Continental Shelf Research, 30 (7), 733-742. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

48) Holland, P.R., A. Jenkins, and D.M. Holland, 2010: Ice and Ocean Processes in the Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 115, No. C5, C05020. [Abstract][Text(pdf)]

47) Konig-Beatty, C. and D.M. Holland, 2010: Modeling Landfast Sea Ice by Adding Tensile Strength. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 40, 185-198. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

2009

46) Walker, R.T., T.K.Dupont, D.M. Holland, B.R. Parizek, and R.B. Alley, 2009: Initial effects of oceanic warming on a coupled ocean-ice shelf-ice stream system. Earth and Planet Sci. Lett., 287, 483-487, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2009.08.032. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

45) Lipscomb, W, D.M. Holland, and others, 2009: A community ice-sheet model for sea level prediction. EOS Trans, American Geophysical Union (AGU), 09, 23, 20 Jan. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

44) Goldberg, D., D.M. Holland, and C. Schoof, 2009: Grounding line movement and ice shelf buttressing in marine ice sheets. J. Geophys. Res., 114, F04026, doi:10.1029/2008JF001227. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

2008

43) Steffen, K., R. Thomas, S. Marshall, G. Cogley, D. Holland, E. Rignot, P. Clark, 2008: Rapid Changes in Glaciers and Ice Sheets and their Impacts on Sea Level. In: U.S. Climate Change Science Program (CCSP), Synthesis and Assessment Product (SAP) 3.4. In: Abrupt Climate Change. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, pp. 29–66. [Text(html)] [Text (pdf)][Summary(html)]

42) Holland, D.M., R.H. Thomas, B. deYoung, M.H. Ribergaard, and B. Lyberth, 2008: Acceleration of Jakobshavn Isbrae Triggered by Warm Subsurface Ocean Waters. Nature Geosci., 28 September, doi:10.1038/ngeo316. [ Abstract] [ Text(html)] [ Text(pdf)] [ Supplementary Online Information (pdf)] [ Press Nature (html)] [ Press Nature (pdf)] [ Press Science Magazine (html)] [ Press Science Magazine (pdf)]

41) Thoma, M., A. Jenkins, D.M. Holland, and S.S. Jacobs, 2008: Location and timing of Circumpolar Deep Water intrusions onto the Amundsen Sea continental shelf, Antarctica. Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L18602, doi:10.1029/2008GL034939 [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

40) Holland, P.R., A. Jenkins, and D.M. Holland, 2008: The response of ice-shelf basal melting to variation in ocean temperature. J. Climate, 15, 2558-2572. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

2007

39) Little, C. and D.M. Holland, and others, 2007: Towards a new generation of ice sheet models. EOS Trans, American Geophysical Union (AGU), 88, 578-579, 25 Dec. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

38) Jenkins, A. and D.M. Holland, 2007: The melting of floating ice and sea level rise. Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L16609, doi:10.1029/2007GL030784. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

37) Sedlacek, J., J.F. Lemieux, L.A. Mysak, B. Tremblay, and D.M. Holland, 2007: The granular sea-ice model in spherical coordinates and its application to a global climate model. J. Climate, 20(24), 5946-5961. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

36) de Steur, L., D.M. Holland, R. Muench, and M.G. McPhee, 2007: The Warm-Water ‘Halo’ around Maud Rise: Properties, Dynamics and Impact. Deep Sea Res., 54(6), 871-896. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

35) Reddy, T., K. Arrigo, and D.M. Holland, 2007: The Role of Thermal and Mechanical Processes in the Formation of the Ross Sea Summer Polynya. J. Geophys. Res., 112, C07027, doi:10.1029/2006JC003874. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

34) Walker, R., and D.M. Holland, 2007: A two-dimensional coupled model for ice shelf – ocean interaction. Ocean Modelling, 17, 123-139. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

33) Holland, D.M., 2007: A One-Dimensional Elastic-Plastic Sea-Ice Model Solved with an Implicit Eulerian-Lagrangian Method. Ocean Modelling, 27(1), 1-27. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

30) Willmott, A., D.M. Holland, M.A.M. Maqueda, 2007: Polynya Modeling. In: Polynyas: Windows into Polar Oceans, Eds. W.O. Smith and D. Barber. Elsevier Oceanography Series (David Halpern, series Ed.). Vol 74, 474 pp. ISBN-13: 978-0-444-52952-7. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

2006

32) Proshutinsky, A., D.M. Holland, et al., 2006: Arctic Ocean Study – Synthesis of Model Results and Observations. EOS, 86 (40), 368-371. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

31) Smedsrud, L.H., A. Jenkins, D.M. Holland, O.A. Nøst, 2006: Modeling ocean processes below Fimbulisen, Antarctica. J. Geophys. Res., 111, C01007, doi:10.1029/2005JC002915. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

2005

29) Uotila, P., D.M. Holland, M.A.M. Maqueda, S. Hakkinen, G. Holloway, M. Karcher, F. Kauker, M. Steele, N. Yakovlev, J. Zhang, and A. Proshutinsky, 2005: An energy-diagnostics intercomparison of coupled ice-ocean arctic models. Ocean Modelling, 11 (1-2), 1-27. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

2004

28) D.M. Holland, 2004: Corrections and Clarifications. Science, 5664, 10.1126/science.303.5664.1612b. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

27) Hu, Z.-Z., S. Kuzimina, L. Bengtsson, and D.M. Holland, 2004: Mean and uncertainty of Arctic sea-ice change and their connection with Arctic climate change in CMIP2 simulations. J. Geophys. Res., 109, D101106,doi:10.1029/2003JD004454. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

26) Lindsay, R.W., D.M. Holland, and R.A. Woodgate, 2004: Halo of low ice concentration observed over the Maud Rise seamount. Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 31, No. 13, L13302, 10.1029/2004GL019831. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

25) Jenkins, A., D.M. Holland, K.W. Nicholls, M. Schröder, and S. Østerhus, 2004: Seasonal ventilation of the cavity beneath Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf simulated with an isopycnic coordinate ocean model. J. Geophys. Res., 109, C01024, doi:10.1029/2001JC001086. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

24) Steiner, N., G. Holloway, R. Gerdes, S. Hakkinen, D.M. Holland, M. Karcher, F. Kauker, W. Maslowski, A. Proshutinsky, M. Steele, and J. Zhang, 2004: Comparing modeled streamfunction, heat and freshwater content in the Arctic Ocean. Ocean Modelling, 6 (3-4), 265-284, doi: doi:10.1016/S1463-5003(03)00013-1. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

2003

23) Holland, D.M., S.S. Jacobs, and A. Jenkins, 2003: Modeling Ross Sea ice shelf – ocean interaction. Antarctic Sci., 15, 13-23. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

2002

22) Jenkins, A., and D.M. Holland, 2002: A model study of ocean circulation beneath Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica: implications for bottom water formation. Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, 10.1029/2001GL014589. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)] [Correction (pdf)]

21) Holland, D.M., R.R. Rosales, D. Stefanica, and E.G. Tabak, 2002: Internal hydraulic jumps and mixing in two-layer flows. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 470, 63-83. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

20) Holland, D.M., 2002: Computing marine ice thickness at an ice-shelf base. J. Glaciol., 48(160), 9-19. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)] [ Supplementary Material (html)]

2001

19) Holland, D.M., 2001: Explaining the Weddell Polynya – A large ocean eddy shed at Maud Rise. Science, 292, 1697-1700. [Abstract] [Text (html)] [ Supplementary Material (html)] [Perspective (html)] [Text (pdf)]

18) Steele, M., W. Ermold, G. Holloway, S. Häkkinen, D.M. Holland, M. Karcher, F. Kauker, W. Maslowski, N. Steiner, and J. Zhang, 2001: Adrift in the Beaufort Gyre: A model intercomparison. Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 2935-2838. [Abstract] [Text (html)] [Text (pdf)]

17) Proshutinsky, A., M. Steele, J. Zhang, G. Holloway, N. Steiner, S. Häkkinen, D.M. Holland, R. Gerdes, C. Koeberle, M. Karcher, M. Johnson, W. Maslowski, W. Walczowski, W. Hibler, and J. Wang, 2001: Multinational effort studies differences among Arctic Ocean models. EOS, 82(51), 637-644. [Abstract] [Text]

16) Holland, D.M., 2001: An impact of sub-grid-scale ice-ocean dynamics on sea-ice cover. J. Climate, 14(7), 1585-1601. [Abstract] [Text (html)] [Text (pdf)]

15) Holland, D.M., 2001: Transient sea-ice polynya forced by environmental flow variability. Prog. Oceanogr., 48, 475-532. [Abstract] [Text (html)] [Text (pdf)]

14) Holland, D.M., and A. Jenkins, 2001: Adaptation of an isopycnic coordinate ocean model for the study of circulation beneath ice shelves. Mon. Wea. Rev., 129, 1905-1927. [Abstract] [Text (html)] [Text (pdf)]

13) Jenkins, A., H.H. Hellmer, and D.M. Holland, 2001: The role of meltwater advection in the formulation of conservative boundary conditions at an ice-ocean interface. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 31, 285-296. [Abstract] [Text (html)] [Text (pdf)]

1999

12) Holland, D.M., and A. Jenkins, 1999: Modelling thermodynamic ice-ocean interactions at the base of an ice shelf. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 29, 1787-1800. [Abstract] [Text (html)] [Text (pdf)]

1998

11) Holland, D.M., 1998: On the parameterization of basal heat flux for sea-ice modeling. Geophysica, 34(1-2), 1-21. [Abstract] [Text]

1996

10) Holland, D.M., L.A. Mysak, and J. M. Oberhuber, 1996: An investigation of the general circulation of the Arctic Ocean using an isopycnic model. Tellus, 48A, 138 – 157. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

9) Holland, D.M., L.A. Mysak, and J. M. Oberhuber, 1996: Simulation of the mixed-layer circulation in the Arctic Ocean. J. Geophys. Res., 101(C1), 1111 – 1128. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

1995

8) Power, S.B., F. Tseitken, M. Dix, R. Kleeman, R.Colman, and D.M. Holland, 1995: Stochastic variability at the air-sea interface on decadal timescales. Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 2593-2596. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

7) Holland, D.M., R.G. Ingram, L.A. Mysak, and J. M. Oberhuber, 1995: A numerical simulation of the sea-ice cover in the northern Greenland Sea. J. Geophys. Res., 100, 4751-4760. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

1994

6) Holland, D.M., 1994: Numerical Simulation of the Arctic sea-ice and ocean circulation. Oceanography, 7, 27-28. [Abstract] [Text] [Figure 1 (jpg)]

5) Holland, D.M., and I.T. Webster, 1994: The effect of stratification and alongshore currents on coastal-trapped waves. Cont. Shelf Res., 14, 57-77. [Abstract] [Text]

1993

4) Holland, D.M., L.A. Mysak, D.K. Manak, and J. M. Oberhuber, 1993: A sensitivity study of a dynamic-thermodynamic sea-ice model. J. Geophys. Res., 98, 2561-2586. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

1990

3) Greatbatch, R.,J., and D.M. Holland, 1990: Modelling the inertial recirculation of a gyre. In: Modelling Marine Systems, Volume II, A.M. Davies (Ed.), 181-212, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fl., USA. [Abstract] [Text]

1989

2) Myers, R.A., J. Helbig, and D.M. Holland, 1989: Seasonal variability of the Labrador Current and West Greenland Current. International Council for Exploration of the Seas, C/M 1989/C:16, 18 pp. [Abstract] [Text]

1987

1) Webster, I.T., and D.M. Holland, 1987: A numerical method for solving the forced baroclinic coastal-trapped wave problem of general form. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 4, 220-226. [Abstract] [Text(pdf)]

Holland, D.M., 1993: Numerical simulation of the Arctic sea ice and ocean circulation. Ph.D Thesis, Dept. Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 203 pp.

Holland, D.M., 1987: A numerical method for the coastal trapped wave problem. M.Sc. Thesis, Dept. Physics and Physical Oceanography, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, 83 pp.

Holland,, D.M., 2013: The Marine Cryosphere, in Ocean Circulation and Climate, Eds. G. Seidler, S. Griffies, J. Gould, and J. Church. Elsevier, pp 413-442, ISBN: 978-0-12-391851-2. [Text (pdf)]

Reddy, T.E., D.M. Holland and COMET Staff, 2010: Arctic Ecosystems. Web-based learning module: http://www.meted.ucar.edu/oceans/arctic_ecology/index.htm [Text (html)] [Text (pdf)]

Turner, J. (lead author), and others, and D.M. Holland (contributing author), 2008: The Instrumental Period (Chapter 3). In: Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment, published by Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, ed. J. Turner et al., 495 pp. (Draft) [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

Steffen, K., R. Thomas, S. Marshall, G. Cogley, D. Holland, E. Rignot, P. Clark, 2007: Rapid Changes in Glaciers and Ice Sheets and their Impacts on Sea Level. In: U.S. Climate Change Science Program (CCSP), synthesis and Assessment Product (SAP) 3.4. (Under Review) [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

Willmott, A., D.M. Holland, M.A.M. Maqueda, 2007: Polynya Modeling. In: Polynyas: Windows into Polar Oceans, (Ed.) W.O. Smith and D. Barber. Elsevier Oceanography Series (David Halpern, series Ed.). Vol 74, 474 pp. ISBN-13: 978-0-444-52952-7. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

Holland, D.M., 2004: Global Environmental Science and Modern Applied Mathematics. In: Mathematical Webs 2000 (in Portuguese), Proceedings of Coimbra 2000, Paula de Oliveira (Ed.), 107-120.

Holland, D.M., and J.M. Oberhuber, 1993: Some Numerical Issues Relating to the Simulation of Sea Ice. In Sea Ice Observation and Modelling, Proceedings of Beijing ’93 International Symposium on Sea Ice, Yu Zhouwen (Ed.), 88-99.

Oberhuber, J.M., D.M. Holland, and L.A. Mysak, 1993: A Thermodynamic-Dynamic Snow Sea-Ice Model. In Ice in the Climate System, NATO ASI Series, Series I: Global Environmental Change, W. R. Peltier (Ed.), 653-673.

Greatbatch, R.,J., and D.M. Holland, 1990: Modelling the inertial recirculation of a gyre. In: Modelling Marine Systems, Volume II, A.M. Davies (Ed.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fl., 181-212.

2015

Porter, S., 2015: Eight Degrees of Separation. Luminus (MUN Alumni Magazine) [Text(pdf)]

Holland, Denise. 2015: 2002 Larsen-B Ice Shelf Collapse. American Geophysical Union. [Video(mp4)].

Putic, G. 2015: Greenland Continues to Lose its Ice Sheet. Voice of America (VOA) News. [Video(mp4)].

Kallgren, J. 2015: Scientists help track climate change in Greenland. AJ+. [Video(mp4)].

2014

NYU Abu Dhabi Research Institute, 2014: Warming in the Antarctic tied to changes in the Atlantic. Research Institute Report 2012. [Text(pdf)]

Devitt, J., 2014: North and Tropical Atlantic Ocean Bringing Climate Change to Antarctica, NYU Researchers Find. NYU Press Release. [Text(pdf)].

Salaam, 2014: Studying Sea-level Change in Greenland. NYUAD Blog. [Text (pdf)].

Devitt, J., 2014: A Window Into Climate Change Comes to Mercer Street. NYU Today. [Text(pdf)]. [Video (YouTube)].

Gramling, C., 2014: Fiber optics in Antarctica will monitor ice sheet melting. Science Magazine. [Text(pdf)].

Bardsley, D., 2014: Winds of change blow worldwide. The National (Abu Dhabi, UAE). [Text(pdf)].

Newsweek, Staff, 2014: Green Rankings 2014. Newsweek. [Text(pdf)].

Salaam, 2014: Warming in Antarctica Tied to Changes in the Atlantic. NYUAD Blog. [Text (pdf)].

Wolford, B., 2014: Is It Too Late to Save Our Cities From Sea-Level Rise? Newsweek. [Text(pdf)].

World Science Festival, 2014: Eye of the Storm: The Science of Weather World Science Festival. [Text(pdf)].

Gladish, C., and D.M. Holland, 2014: Temperature variability in West Greenland’s major glacial fjord: A driver of rising sea levels. US Clivar Variations [Text(pdf)].

Davis, M., 2014: Science with Seals. Polar Field Services Newsletter. [Text(pdf)].

Blaszczak-Boxe, A., 2014: Arctic Sea Ice Loss Driving Dramatic Temperature Increase in Alaska. VICE News. [Text(pdf)].

2013

Conroy, E., 2013: New York University Abu Dhabi scientists probe glacier’s secrets. The National (Abu Dhabi, UAE). [Text(pdf)].

Cronin, M. and Melas, S., 2013: Binky The Seal Is NYU’s Latest Multimillion-Dollar Researcher. NYU Local. [Text(pdf)].

Angelo, C., 2013: Contra-ataque da natureza Valor Econômico. [Text(pdf)].

Devitt, J., 2013: Researchers team up with some “locals” in Greenalnd to study rising sea levels . NYU Today [Text(pdf)]

Eriksson, B., 2013: West Antarctica could collapse again Swedish TV. [Text(pdf)]

Tobin, K., and M. O’Brien, 2013: Melting Glaciers. NSF Science Nation. [Text(pdf)]

2G Robotics, 2013: Underwater Ice Scanning Experiments Underwater Laser Scanning News. [Text(pdf)]

Chow, D., 2013: Warm Water Under Antarctic Glacier Spurs Rapid Melting. Live Scence. [Text(pdf)]

2012

Rejcek, P., 2012: Scientists use fiber optics, lasers to measure water temperature below ice. Antarctic Sun. [Text(pdf)]

NYU Abu Dhabi Research Institute, 2012: Projecting Global Sea Level Change. Research Institute Report 2012. [Text(pdf)]

2011

Mustain, A., 2011: Antarctic Ice Gets Wired for Long-Distance Calls. Amazing Planet online. [Text (pdf).

Rejcek, P., 2011: Antarctica’s ground zero: Expedition heads to Pine Island Glacier region to study thinning ice shelf. Antarctic Sun. [Text(pdf)]

Hanley, C., 2011: On endless ice, searching for clues to our future. San Francisco Chronicle. [Text (pdf)].

Scheltema, B., 2011: Rising Sea Levels.. NBCLearn Climate Science. [WebPage (pdf)], [Transcript (pdf)].

2010

Walker, R., 2010: We Always Knew Our Scientists Were Rock Stars…. Polar Field Services Newsletter [Text(pdf)].

Wallace-Wells, B., 2010: The vanishing ice sheets. Rolling Stone Magazine.

Courant Newsletter, 2010: Celebrating 75 years of Research. [Text (pdf).]

Clarke, A., 2010: Polar Careers: David Holland, the model modeler.. Polar Field Services Newsletter [Text(pdf)].

Kerr, R., 2010: Antarctic Glacier off its leash. Science Magazine. [Text(pdf].

2009

Ritter, K., 2009: Greenland’s melt mystery unfolds, at glacial pace. Yahoo News, Associated Press. [Text(pdf)].

Ananthaswamy, A., 2009: Sea-Level Rise It’s worse than we thought. Newscientist. [Text(pdf)].

Rejcek, P., 2009: Scientists prepare for difficult trip to Antarctica’s most dynamic region. Antarctic Sun. [Text(pdf)]

Hurtigruten, 2009: The Effects of Climate Change in Greenland. [Text[pdf]]

NSF, 2009: Royal Visit. Field Notes [Text(pdf)].

NSF, 2009: A Celebration of the International Polar Year. NSF Public Media. [Video]  [Text (pdf)]

Bond, Allison, 2009: Sea Level Rise Could Hit North America Hardest. Scienceline. [Text (pdf)]

Hanley, Charles, 2009: Elephant seals lend fin to climate science. Boston Globe [Text (pdf)]

Radick, Lea, 2009: Polar year research yields conclusions and uncertainties surrounding climate change . ClimateWire [Text (pdf)]

Schiele, Edwin, 2009: Melting Ice Sheets. Ocean Motion and Surface Currents (NASA). [Text (pdf)]

Polar-Palooza, 2009: Take Aim at Climate Change (Tommy Boots & Jene). Youtube(video)

American Museum of Natural History, 2009: New York City International Polar Weekend. [Poster(pdf)]

Allen, L., 2009: The other big meltdown. Popular Science, [Text(pdf)]

2008

McGeehin, J, and J. Robertson, 2008: Abrupt Climate Change: Will It Happen this Century? [Text(pdf)]

van Loon, A.J. (Tom), 2008: Veranderende wind doet Groenlandse ijstong smelten. NGV-Geonieuws. [Text (pdf)

Nature Geoscience, 2008: Press Release on Jakobshavn Letter. Nature Geoscience Magazine. [ Text(pdf)]

Kerr, R., 2008: Winds, Not Just Global Warming, Eating Away at the Ice Sheets. Science Magazine. [ Text (pdf)]

Devitt, J., 2008: Researchers Attribute Thinning of Greenland Glacier to Ocean Warming Preceded by Atmospheric Changes. NYU Press Release. [NYU Today Cover (Text(pdf)] [ Text(pdf)]

Siewertsen, B., 2008: Energisk gletscher får måske varm næring. DMI Press Release. [ Text (pdf)]

Hildebrandt, S., 2008: Jakobshavn Isbræ flygter – men ikke pga global opvarmning. Danish Newspaper Article. [ Text (pdf)]

Seynsche, M., 2008: Gletscher in der Badewanne. German Public Radio. [ Text (pdf)]

Kalaugher, L., 2008: Warmer sea caused Greenland glacier speed-up. Environmental Research Web, UK. [ Text (pdf)]

Bindschalder, Robert, 2008: Ice on the Edge. Natural History Magazine. [Text (pdf, local)] [Text (jpeg_part1, jpeg_part2, jpeg_part3, local)]

Ashford, Molika, 2008: One meter or two? — Ask an ice shelf. Scienceline. [Text (pdf, local)]

Range, Alana, 2008: The Robo-Sub That Helps Predict Where the Ocean’s Headed. Discovery Magazine Online. [Text (pdf, local)]

2007

NRC Canada, 2007: Glacier holds clues to rising sea levels. [Text (pdf, local)]

Tregaskism S., and J. Hollander, 2007: The Denial Justification. NYU Alumni Magazine. Issue No. 9, Fall 2007, p. 40. [Text (pdf)]

Gilkes, Tamara, 2007: Prof. puts solar panels on NYU roof. Washington Square News. [Text (pdf, local)]

Salie, Faith, 2007: Melting Glaciers (audio segment, mp3). On Public Radio International’s broadcast Fair Game.

U.S. Embassy, Denmark, 2007: U.S. Representatives visit Greenland to study Arctic environment. [Text (pdf, local)]

Calvert Investment Funds, 2007: Calvert-Supported Polar Ice Research Featured on News Hour. [Text (pdf, local)]

Haines-Stiles, G., and Michels, S., 2007: Greenland Residents Detect Sea Changes, The Lehrer NewsHour, August 2. [Video (mpeg, local, ~100 MB)] [Text (pdf, local)]

Eilperin, J., 2007: Clues to Rising Seas Are Hidden in Polar Ice. Washington Post, July 16, Section A06. [Text (pdf, local)]

Davis, M., 2007: The Next Top Modeler. Field Notes, VECO Polar Resources Newsletter, August 9. [Text (pdf, local)]

Rithner, K., 2007: Dr Holland Goes to Washington (in Greenland). Field Notes, VECO Polar Resources Newsletter, August 2. [Text (pdf, local)]

2006

Perkins, S, 2006: Intrepid explorer: An oceangoing rover gathers unprecedented data. Science News Online. [Text (pdf, local)]

Bindschadler, R, 2006: Hitting the ice sheets where it hurts. Science Vol. 311., no. 5768, pp. 1720 – 1721, DOI: 10.1126/science.1125226. [Text (pdf, local)]

2004

New York University, 2004: NYU mathematician attempts to model mother nature. NYU Today, Vol 17, No. 14, New York University. [Text (pdf, local)]

Barber, D.G, L. Fortier, and the CASES Investigators, 2004: The Canadian Shelf Exchange Study (CASES). CMOS Bulletin, Vol. 32-5, 131-142. [Text (pdf, local)]

2001

Muller, X., and D.M. Holland, D.M.,2001: La banquise polaire australe se troue périodiquement sous l’effet d’un courant d’eau circulaire dû à un relief sous-marin. Pour La Science, Vol 287, September, Paris. [Abstract (pdf, local)]

New York University, 2001: Courant, FAS establish Center for Atmosphere-Ocean Studies. NYU Today, Vol 14, No. 11, New York University. [Text (pdf, local)]

2000

Holland, D.M.,2000: Modeling the Arctic and Antarctic. Challenges, Vol. 8, No. 2, Arctic Region Supercomputing Center. Fairbanks Alaska. [Text (pdf, local)]

Bluman, V., McCown, S., and D.M. Holland, 2000: Daily Environmental Extremes on Planet Earth. Earth and Sky Science Information Program, March 11th airing, National Public Radio (NPR), New York City.

1999

Holland, D.M., and A. Jenkins, 1999: Polar Ice Modeling ARSC Science/Fact Sheets, Arctic Region Supercomputing Center. Fairbanks Alaska. [Text(pdf)]

Holland, D.M., 2000: Merged IBCAO/ETOPO5 Global Topographic Data Product. National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC), Boulder Colorado.
Bindschadler, B., P. Clark, and D. Holland, 2011, A Research Program for Projecting Sea Level Rise from Land ice Loss. NSF, USAP Special Report, http://www.nsf.gov/od/opp/usap_special_review/science_review/science_docs/nsf_sea-level_rpt.pdf. [Text(pdf)].

Priscu, J, D. Holland, and others, 2010: The Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial Access Research Drilling project (WISSARD). EOS, (Submitted)

Proshutinsky, A., R. Gerdes, D. Holland, G. Holloway and M. Steele, 2008: AOMIP: coordinated activities to improve models and model predictions. CLIVAR Exchanges, 44, (13), 17-18 and 23-27. [Abstract] [Text (pdf)]

Bachmayer, R., B. deYoung, and D.M. Holland, 2007: Working towards ice profiling using underwater gliders: operational experience in western Greenland (69°13’17” N 51°5’40”W). 15th Symposium on Unmanned Untethered Submersible Technology (UUST07), Report, Durham, New Hampshire, USA, August 19-22.

Holland, D.M., S.S. Jacobs, and A. Jenkins, 2005: Numerical modeling of ocean and ice in the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica. NASA Workshop Report, October 2005, Baltimore, MD.

Smedsrud, L.H., A. Jenkins, D.M. Holland, and O.A. Nøst, 2004: Ocean processes below Fimbulisen – modelling results. Annual report of the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf Program (FRISP), ed. L.H. Smedsrud, University of Bergen, Bergen, No. 16, submitted.

Hu, Z.-Z., S.I. Kuzmina, L. Bengtsson, and D.M. Holland, 2003: Mean and uncertainity of Arctic sea-ice change and their connection with Arctic climate change in CIMIP2 simulations. COLA Technical Report, #152, Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies, Maryland, USA, 33 pp.

Jenkins, A., and D.M. Holland, 2000: New Results from the application of the ocean model MICOM to the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf. Annual report of the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf Program (FRISP), ed. H. Oerter, Alfred-Wegner Institute, Bremerhaven, No. 13, p. 19-25.

Holland, D.M., 1999: Some Issues Relating to the Coupling of a Sea-Ice Model into Oceanic and Atmospheric General Circulation Models. Proceedings of a Workshop on Arctic Regional Climate Models, Bracknell, UK, 4-6 November, WMO/TD No. 981, p. C14.

Holland, D.M., and D.G. Martinson, 1998: Modeling Deep Ocean Ventilation in the Weddell Scotia Confluence. Antarctic Journal of the United States, 32(5), NSF 98-106, p. 69-73.

Jenkins, A., and D.M. Holland, 1997: Ocean Circulation beneath Ice Shelves: First Results from an Isopycnic Coordinate Ocean General Circulation Model. Annual report of the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf Program (FRISP), Alfred-Wegner Institute, Bremerhaven, No. 11, p. 19-24.

Holland, D.M., 1998: Modeling thermodynamic ice-ocean interactions at the base of an ice shelf. Proceedings of the Conference on Polar Processes and Global Climate, Rosario, Orcas Island, Washington, 3-6 November, 1997, WCRP-106, WMO/TD No. 908, p. 89-92.

Holland, D.M., 1997: Some Issues Relating to the Coupling of a Sea-Ice Model with Oceanic and Atmospheric General Circulation Models. Workshop on Polar Processes in Global Climate, Cancun, Mexico, November 13-15, 1996, American Meteorological Society, p. 126-127.

Holland, D.M., and J.M. Oberhuber, 1996: On coupling a Dynamic-Thermodynamic Snow Sea-Ice Model to a Global Climate Model. Proceedings of the ACSYS Conference on the Dynamics of the Arctic Climate System, Goteborg, Sweden, 7-10 November, 1994, WCRP-94, WMO/TD No. 760, p. 294-299.

Holland, D.M., L.A. Mysak, J.M. Oberhuber, 1992: Sensitivity Study of a Dynamic-Thermodynamic Sea-Ice Model. Third Conference Polar Meteorology and Oceanography, Portland, Oregon, American Meteorological Society, p. 91-93.

Holland, D.M., L.A. Mysak, J.M. Oberhuber, 1992: Investigation of the General Circulation of the Arctic Ocean with an Isopycnal Model. Third Conference Polar Meteorology and Oceanography, Portland, Oregon, American Meteorological Society, p. 98-100.

Holland, D.M., and I.T. Webster, 1992: The Effect of Stratification and Alongshore Currents on Coastal-Trapped Waves. Centre for Clim. and Global Change Res. Report, 92-4, McGill University, Montreal, 30 pp.

Holland, D.M., L.A. Mysak, and J.M. Oberhuber, 1991: Simulation of the Seasonal Arctic Sea-Ice Cover With a Dynamic Thermodynamic Sea-Ice Model. Centre for Clim. and Global Change Res. Report, 91-17, McGill University, Montreal, 68 pp.

Holland, D.M., L.A. Mysak, and J.M. Oberhuber, 1991: Sensitivity Study of a Dynamic Thermodynamic Sea-Ice Model. Centre for Clim. and Global Change Res. Report, 91-22, McGill University, Montreal, 400 pp.

Graduate Thesis

Vankova, I., 2017: Ice-Ocen interaction ina Fjord. PhD Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, XXX pp.

Li, X., 2014: Global climate forcing of ice sheet change. PhD Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, XXX pp.

Stern, A., 2014: Studies of Antarctic coastal oceanography. PhD Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, XXX pp.

Gladish, C., 2012: Mechanical and Thermodynamical Properties of Ice Shelves. PhD Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, XXX pp.

Goldberg, D., 2009: Modeling ice sheets with adaptive refinement. PhD Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 144 pp.

Takahashi, H., 2009: An elastic-plastic Ice Shelf/Stream. MSc Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 40 pp.

Chang, K., 2007: Modeling the elastic response of an ice sheet. MSc Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 38 pp.

Konig, C., 2006: Arctic Landfast Sea Ice. PhD Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematcial Sciences, 110 pp.

Walker, R., 2006: A two-dimensional coupled model for ice-shelf ocean interaction. PhD Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 123 pp.

Collins, D., 2005: A numerical model of the circulation in Lake Vostok, Antarctica. MSc Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 36 pp.

Schaffrin, H., 2005: An optimization approach to sea-ice dynamics. PhD Thesis, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 266 pp.

Undergraduate Summer Projects

Nelson, R., P. Patel, and D.M. Holland, 2007: The World in a Tank: Simulating the Circulation of the Atmosphere and Oceans in a Laboratory Setting. SURE Report: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 35 pp.[Text (pdf)]

Picu, S., K. Chang, and D.M. Holland, 2007: PISM and Ice Dynamics. SURE Report: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 23 pp.[Text (pdf)]

Ahmed, A., C. Konig, and D.M. Holland, 2006: Analysis of Environmental Parameters on Land-fast Sea Ice in the Artic Terrain: Depth, Distance to Coast, Offshore Wind. SURE Report, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 8 pp.[Text (pdf)]

Masover, A., C. Konig, and D.M. Holland, 2005: Introduction of Tensile Strength to Sea-Ice Rheology Modeling. SURE Report, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 18 pp.[Text (pdf)]

Ferriss, T. and D.M. Holland, 2004: Steady state models of glacial growth. SURE Report, Courant Institute of Mathematcial Sciences, 8 pp.[Text (pdf)]

Cappell, J., and D.M. Holland, 2001: Laboratory modeling for atmosphere-ocean science. Report to Curricular Development Challenge Fund, New York University, 19 pp.[Text ( pdf)]

High School Projects

Tang, L., D.M. Holland, and B. Winnokur, 2006: A two-dimensional energy-balance model of Earth. (Submitted to Intel – High School Science National Competition).

Kwak, P., D.M. Holland, M. Maqueda, and B. Winnokur, 2004: A statistical analysis of icebergs in the North Atlantic Ocean, 1912-2004. (Submitted to Intel – High School Science National Competition).

Zilberman, G., D.M. Holland, and B. Winnokur, 2002: The circulation of waters in Lake Vostok, Antarctica. (Submitted to Intel – High School Science National Competition).

Katz, J., D.M. Holland, and B. Winnokur, 2001: The drift and melt of the earth’s largest icebergs. (Submitted to Intel – High School Science National Competition).

Shchogolev, V., D.M. Holland, and B. Winnokur, 1999: A computer simulation of ocean-ice dynamics based on orbital variations. (Submitted to Intel – High School Science National Competition).