Publications -
Public Media

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)]

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

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, Click "Rising Sea Levels" icon.

Wallace-Wells, B., 2010: On thin ice. Rolling Stone Magazine. 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].

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)]

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)]

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.

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)]

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)]

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)]

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)]

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.

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

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