- Official Functions
- Not Mentioned
- Personal Webpage
- ResearchGate Profile
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Climatology, Glacier boundary-layer meteorology; glacier-climate processes
- Cryospheric Sciences
- General Cryospheric Sciences, Glaciology
- Hydrospheric Sciences
- General Hydrospheric Sciences, Glacier hydrology
- Research Expertise
- Applied Research, Basic Research
- Inputs / Participation to/in UN Conventions
Field Experiments, Field Observations, Modeling
- Mountain Ranges of Research Expertise
Rocky Mountains, St. Elias, Arctic Cordillera (Canada), Iceland
- Mountain Ranges of Research Interest
- Participation in Assessments
- Spatial Scale of Expertise
- Statistical Focus
Mean Change/Trends, Variability
- Time Scales
Decadal/Centennial, Millenial, Seasonal/Annual
- Publications URL
- List of publications
- Select mountain-relevant publications, 2011-2020
Adler, C. et al., 2020. Making connections for our changing mountains: future directions for the Mountain Research Initiative (MRI). Mountain Research and Development, 40 (3), 1-6, https://bioone.org/doi/10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-20-00045.1.
Marshall, S.J. and K. Miller, 2020. Seasonal and interannual variability in melt-season albedo at Haig Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains. The Cryosphere, 14, 3249-3267, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-14-3249-2020.
Foroutan, M., S.J. Marshall and B. Menounos, 2019. Automatic mapping and geomorphometry extraction technique for crevasses in geodetic mass balance calculations at Haig Glacier, Canadian Rockies. Journal of Glaciology, 65 (254), 971-982.
Pelto, B.M., B. Menounos and S.J. Marshall, 2019. Multi-year evaluation of airborne geodetic surveys to estimate seasonal mass balance, Columbia and Rocky Mountains, Canada. The Cryosphere, 13, 1709-1727, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-13-1709-2019.
Perroud, M., M. Fasel and S.J. Marshall, 2019. Development and testing of a subgrid glacier mass balance model for nesting in the Canadian Regional Climate Model. Climate Dynamics, 53 (3-4), 1453-1476, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-019-04676-6.
Roberts, D.R., W.H. Wood and S.J. Marshall, 2019. Assessments of downscaled climate data with a high-resolution weather station network reveal consistent but predictable bias. International Journal of Climatology, 39 (6), 3091-3103, doi: 10.1002/joc.6005.
Wood, W.H., S.J. Marshall, and S.E. Fargey, 2019. Daily measurements of near-surface humidity from a mesonet in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, 2005-2010. Earth System Science Data, 11, 23-34, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-11-23-2019.
Wood, W.H., S.J. Marshall, T.L. Whitehead and S.E. Fargey, 2018. Temperature records from a mesoscale observational network in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, 2005-2010. Earth System Science Data, 10(1), 595-607, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-10-595-2018.
Samimi, S. and S.J. Marshall, 2017. Diurnal cycles of meltwater percolation, refreezing, and drainage in the supraglacial snowpack of Haig Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains. Frontiers in Earth Science, 5 (6), 1-15, doi: 10.3389/feart.2017.00006.
Ebrahimi, S. and S.J. Marshall, 2016. Surface energy balance sensitivity to meteorological variability on Haig Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains. The Cryosphere, 10, 2799-2819, doi:10.5194/tc-2016-6.
Ebrahimi, S. and S.J. Marshall, 2015. Parameterization of incoming longwave radiation at glacier sites in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 120 (24), 12,536-12,556, doi:1002/2015JGD023324.
Wake, L.M. and S.J. Marshall, 2015. Assessment of current methods of Positive Degree Day calculation using in-situ observations from glaciated regions. Journal of Glaciology, 55, 138-152.
Bash, E.A.R. and S.J. Marshall, 2014. Estimation of glacial melt contributions to the Bow River, Alberta, Canada, using a radiation-temperature melt model. Annals of Glaciology, 55, 138-152.
Marshall, S.J., 2014. Glacier retreat crosses a line. Science, 345 (6199), 872.
Marshall, S.J., 2014. Meltwater runoff from Haig Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains, 2002-2013. Hydrology and Earth Systems Science, 18, 5181-5200, doi:10.5194/hess-18-5181-2014.
Adhikari, S. and S.J. Marshall, 2013. Influence of high-order mechanics on simulation of glacier response to climate change: Insights from Haig Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains. The Cryosphere, 7, 1527-1541.
Adhikari, S. and S.J. Marshall, 2012. Parameterization of lateral drag in flowline models of glacier dynamics. Journal of Glaciology. 58 (212), 1119-1132.
Adhikari, S. and S.J. Marshall, 2012. Glacier volume-area relation for high-order mechanics and transient glacier states. Geophysical Research Letters, 39 (16), doi:10.1029/2012GL052712.
Marshall, S.J., 2012. The Cryosphere. In Princeton Primers in Climate Science, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 288 pp.
Adhikari, S. and S.J. Marshall, 2011. Improvements to shear-deformational models of glacier dynamics through a longitudinal stress factor. Journal of Glaciology, 57 (206), 1003-1016.
Adhikari, S., S.J. Marshall and P. Huybrechts, 2011. On characteristic timescales of glacier AX010 in the Nepalese Himalaya. Bulletin of Glaciological Research, 29, 19-28.
Cullen, R.M. and S. J. Marshall, 2011. Mesoscale temperature patterns in the Rocky Mountains and foothills region of southern Alberta. Atmosphere-Ocean, 49 (3), 189-205.
Marshall, S.J., E.C. White, M.N. Demuth, T. Bolch, R. Wheate, B. Menounos, M. Beedle and J.M. Shea, 2011. Glacier water resources on the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Canadian Water Resources Journal, 36 (2), 109-134.
Sinclair, K.E., S.J. Marshall and T.A. Moran, 2011. A Lagrangian approach to modelling stable isotopes in precipitation over mountainous terrain. Hydrological Processes, 25 (16), 2481-2491.