The paper is the most read in the Journal of Glaciology as I write this (Nov. 1st, 2021)!
Rennermalm, Å. K., Hock, R., Covi, F., Xiao, J., Corti, G., Kingslake, J., et al. (2021). Shallow firn cores 1989–2019 in southwest Greenland’s percolation zone reveal decreasing density and ice layer thickness after 2012. Journal of Glaciology, 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1017/jog.2021.102 Find the paper here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-glaciology/article/shallow-firn-cores-19892019-in-southwest-greenlands-percolation-zone-reveal-decreasing-density-and-ice-layer-thickness-after-2012/B1BB38F672ADCF12FD84F0F968278F32 The data we collected during our field expeditions to Greenland are publicly available at the Arctic Data Center:
Asa Rennermalm, Regine Hock, Federico Covi, Jing Xiao, Giovanni Corti, et al. 2021. Density and ice layer stratigraphy in 24 shallow firn cores from Southwest Greenland, 2017 – 2019. Arctic Data Center. doi:10.18739/A2VH5CK05
Asa Rennermalm, Erich Osterberg, Regine Hock, Jing Xiao, Federico Covi, et al. 2021. Age-depth data and chemistry from a shallow firn core collected in Southwest Greenland, 2018. Arctic Data Center. doi:10.18739/A2086365J.