Seyedhamidreza Mojtabavi

Seyedhamidreza Mojtabavi
Universität Bremen | Uni Bremen

Dr. rer. nat.

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During the past 20 years, multi-channel radar emerged as a key tool for deciphering an ice sheet's internal architecture. To assign ages to radar reflections and connect them over large areas in the ice sheet, the layer genesis has to be understood on a microphysical scale. Synthetic radar trace modelling based on the dielectric profile of ice core...
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Sea-level rise is one of the most concerning consequences of climate change. Previous studies show that glacier mass loss is a major contributor to sea-level rise in the 21st century in response to global warming. However, it is essential to reduce the glacier model uncertainty by introducing missing physical processes in glacier mass balance on gl...
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This paper provides the first chronology for the deep ice core from the East Greenland Ice-core Project (EGRIP) over the Holocene and the late last glacial period. We rely mainly on volcanic events and common peak patterns recorded by dielectric profiling (DEP) and electrical conductivity measurement (ECM) for the synchronization between the EGRIP,...
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The assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BCE triggered a power struggle that ultimately ended the Roman Republic and, eventually, the Ptolemaic Kingdom, leading to the rise of the Roman Empire. Climate proxies and written documents indicate that this struggle occurred during a period of unusually inclement weather, famine, and disease in the Medite...
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Abstract. This paper provides the first chronology for the deep ice core from the East GReenland Ice-core Project (EGRIP) over the Holocene and late last glacial period. We rely mainly on volcanic events and common patterns of peaks in dielectric profiling (DEP), electrical conductivity measurements (ECM) and tephra records for the synchronization...

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Projecting sea-level rise : from ice sheets to local implications