Robel, A.A., E. Wilson and H. Seroussi. Layered seawater intrusion and melt under grounded ice, In Review.
Robel, A.A., S. Pegler, G. Catania, D. Felikson, and L. Simkins. Ambiguous stability of glaciers at bed peaks, In Review. Pre-print.
Mann, L., A.A. Robel, & C. Meyer. Synchronization of Heinrich and Dansgaard-Oeschger Events through Ice-Ocean Interactions, In Review.
Ji, W., A.A. Robel, E. Tziperman, J. Yang (2021). Laurentide ice saddle mergers drive rapid sea level drops during glaciations, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2021GL094263. Link to paper.
Christian, J.E., A.A. Robel, C. Proistosescu, G. Roe, M. Koutnik and K. Cristianson (2020). The contrasting response of outlet glaciers to interior and ocean forcing, The Cryosphere, doi:10.5194/tc-2019-301. Link to paper (open access).
Robel, A.A. and A. Banwell (2019). A speed limit on ice shelf collapse through hydrofracture, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2019GL084397. Link to paper. Link to open access post-print. GT Press Release
Pico, T., A.A. Robel, E. Powell, A.C. Mix, and J.X. Mitrovica (2019). Leveraging the rapid retreat of Amundsen Ice Stream 13,000 yrs ago to reveal insight into North American deglaciation, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2019GL084789. Link to paper.
Meyer, C., A.A. Robel, and A.W. Rempel (2019). Frozen fringe explains sediment freeze-on during Heinrich events, Earth & Planetary Science Letters, 524, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2019.115725. Link to paper. Link to open access post-print.
Robel, A.A.. H. Seroussi and G. Roe (2019), Marine Ice Sheet Instability Amplifies and Skews Uncertainty in Projections of Future Sea Level Rise, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi:10.1073/pnas.1904822116. Link to paper (open access). Press selection: GT Press Release, CNN, TIME, The Guardian, Fox News, Cheddar News (On-Air Interview), Radio New Zealand (On-Air Interview), Der Spiegel, Physics Today
Robel, A.A., G. Roe, and M. Haseloff (2018). Response of marine-terminating glaciers to forcing: Time scales, sensitivities, instabilities and stochastic dynamics, J. Geophs. Res. – Earth Surface, doi:10.1029/2018JF004709. Link to paper. Link to open access postprint.
Minchew, B.M., C. Meyer, A.A. Robel, G.H. Gudmundsson and M. Simons (2018). Processes controlling the downstream evolution of ice rheology in glacier shear margins: Case study on Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica, Journal of Glaciology, doi:10.1017/jog.2018.47. Link to paper (open access).
Robel, A. A. (2017), Thinning sea ice weakens buttressing force of iceberg mélange and promotes calving, Nature Communications, 8, 14596 doi: 10.1038/ncomms14596. Link to paper (open access). Press selection: Caltech Press Release, ClimateWire, Daily Mail UK, scientias.nl, Slate Daily Feed Podcast.
Robel, A. A., V. Tsai, B. Minchew, and M. Simons (2017). Tidal modulation of ice shelf buttressing stresses, Annals of Glaciology, 1-9. doi:10.1017/aog.2017.22. Link to paper (open access).
Robel, A. A. and E. Tziperman (2016), The role of ice stream dynamics in deglaciation, J. Geophys. Res. – Earth Surface, 121, doi: 10.1002/2016JF003937, Link to paper (open access). Supplementary Material.
Robel, A. A., C. Schoof, and E. Tziperman (2016), Persistence and variability of ice stream grounding lines on retrograde slopes, The Cryosphere, 10, 1883-1896, doi:10.5194/tc-10-1883-2016, Link to paper (open access).
Robel, A. A., C. Schoof, and E. Tziperman (2014), Rapid grounding line migration induced by ice stream internal variability, J. Geophys. Res. – Earth Surface, 119, 2430–2447, doi:10.1002/2014JF003251. Link to paper (open access). Revised Supplementary Material (revised with help of Nat Wilson and Elisa Mantelli).
Robel, A. A., E. DeGiuli, C. Schoof, and E. Tziperman (2013), Dynamics of ice stream temporal variability: Modes, scales, and hysteresis, J. Geophys. Res. – Earth Surface, 118, 925–936, doi:10.1002/jgrf.20072. Link to paper (open access). Supplementary Material.
Robel, A.A., M.S. Lozier, S.F Gary, G.L Shillinger, H. Bailey, S.J Bograd, (2011). Projecting Uncertainty onto Marine Megafauna Trajectories. Deep Sea Research I, 58, 915-921. Link to paper.