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Geologic Publications for Mount Rainier and Vicinity

Geologic Publications for Mount Rainier and Vicinity

The goal of this page is to have an easy-to-use, online, accessible, and searchable archive of geologic research related to Mount Rainier and the surrounding area. This list is constantly being updated as I am finding more and more articles and documents about Mount Rainier. If you find something interesting, please send it to me! (scott_beason *at* nps.gov). If you find mistakes, please let me know too.

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5 publications shown below:

# TITLE AND AUTHORS PUBLICATION INFO YEAR PDF
2018
1
Committed retreat: Controls on glacier disequilibrium in a warming climate
J.E. Christian, M. Koutnik, G. Roe

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 64, Number: 246
2018 Click for the PDF of this report
2017
2
Assessing the risk of glacial outburst floods from Emmons Glacier, Mt. Rainier, Washington
L. Krehbiel, C. Todd, M. Koutnik

Poster #158-2 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
3
Mapping supraglacial debris on Emmons Glacier, Mount Rainier, WA
A. Basehart, S. Altenberger, M. Koutnik, C. Todd

Poster #158-3 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
4
Modeling Nisqually Glacier surface-elevation and length changes using a mass-balance record derived from reanalysis and weather-station data
C.M. Stevens, H. Conway, L.A. Rasmussen, M. Koutnik, H. Greenberg, P.M. Kennard

Presentation #23-3 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
2016
5
Glacier retreat, outburst floods, and kinematic waves: Nisqually Glacier changes related to climate
C.M. Stevens, H. Conway, P.M. Kennard, L.A. Rasmussen, M. Koutnik

Unpublished Report to Mount Rainier National Park - Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2016 Click for the PDF of this report