# Difference between revisions of "Reading List"

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+ | Giering, R. and T. Kaminski, 1998: Recipes for adjoint code construction. ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 24, 437-474. | ||

Griewank, A. and A. Walther, 2008: Evaluating Derivatives. Principles and Techniques of Algorithmic Differentiation (2nd ed.). SIAM Frontiers in Applied Mathematics, Vol. 19, Philadelphia, 2008. | Griewank, A. and A. Walther, 2008: Evaluating Derivatives. Principles and Techniques of Algorithmic Differentiation (2nd ed.). SIAM Frontiers in Applied Mathematics, Vol. 19, Philadelphia, 2008. | ||

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+ | Heimbach, P. and V. Bugnion, 2009: Greenland ice sheet volume sensitivity to basal, surface, and initial conditions, derived from an adjoint model. Annals of Glaciology, 50(52), 67-80. | ||

MacAyeal, D.R., 1993: A tutorial on the use of control methods in ice-sheet modeling, J. Glaciol. 39(131), pp. 91-98. | MacAyeal, D.R., 1993: A tutorial on the use of control methods in ice-sheet modeling, J. Glaciol. 39(131), pp. 91-98. |

## Revision as of 11:36, 14 August 2009

### Core papers

Huybrechts P, T Payne, and the EISMINT Intercomparison Group (1996) The EISMINT benchmarks for testing ice-sheet models. *Annals of Glaciology*, **23** 1-14 [1]

Pattyn, F (2003) A new three-dimensional higher-order thermomechanical ice sheet model: Basic sensitivity, ice stream development, and ice flow across subglacial lakes. *J. Geophys. Res.*, **108**, B8, 2382, doi:10.1029/2002JB002329.

Payne AJ, and DJ Baldwin (2000) Analysis of ice-flow instabilities identified in the EISMINT intercomparison exercise. *Ann. Glaciol.*, **30**, 204-210 doi:10.3189/172756400781820534

Payne AJ, P Huybrechts, A Abe-Ouchi, R Calov, JL Fastook, R Greve, SJ Marshall, et al. (2000) Results from the EISMINT model intercomparison: the effects of thermomechanical coupling. *Journal of Glaciology*, **46**(153), 227-238[2]

Rutt IC, M Hagdorn, NRJ Hulton, and AJ Payne (2009) The Glimmer community ice sheet model. *Journal of Geophysical Research*, **114**, F02004. doi:10.1029/2008JF001015. pdf

Pattyn. A new three-dimensional higher-order thermomechanical ice sheet model: Basic sensitivity, ice stream …. J. Geophys. Res (2003) pdf

### Background reading

Ferziger JH and M Perić (2002) *Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics*, 3rd Ed. Berlin: Springer [3]

Hindmarsh RCA, and K Hutter (1988) Numerical fixed domain mapping solution of free-surface flows coupled with an evolving interior field. *International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics*, **12**(4), 437-459, doi:10.1002/nag.1610120407.

Oliveira S and DE Stewart (2006) *Writing Scientific Software: A Guide to Good Style*, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press [4]

Metcalf M, Reid J and Cohen M (2004) *fortran 95/2003 explained*, Oxford: Oxford University Press [5]

### References on adjoint methods and automatic differentiation

Giering, R. and T. Kaminski, 1998: Recipes for adjoint code construction. ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 24, 437-474.

Griewank, A. and A. Walther, 2008: Evaluating Derivatives. Principles and Techniques of Algorithmic Differentiation (2nd ed.). SIAM Frontiers in Applied Mathematics, Vol. 19, Philadelphia, 2008.

Heimbach, P. and V. Bugnion, 2009: Greenland ice sheet volume sensitivity to basal, surface, and initial conditions, derived from an adjoint model. Annals of Glaciology, 50(52), 67-80.

MacAyeal, D.R., 1993: A tutorial on the use of control methods in ice-sheet modeling, J. Glaciol. 39(131), pp. 91-98.

MacAyeal, D.R. and V. Barcilon, 1998: Finding Connections Between Data and Theory: Applications in Geophysical Sciences. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL pdf

Wunsch, C., 2006: Discrete Inverse and State Estimation Problems: With Geophysical Fluid Applications. Cambridge University Press.