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[Anonymous] (2011).  Antarctica in ”State of the Climate in 2010”. (Fogt, R.L., Ed.).Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 92, S161-171.
Rignot, E. (2008).  Changes in the Greenland Ice Sheet and Implications for Global Sea Level Rise. (M. MacCracken, F. Moore, J.C. Topping Jr., Ed.).Sudden and disruptive climate change: exploring the real risks and how we can avoid them.
Steffen, K., Clark P. U., Cogley J. G., Holland D., Marshall S., Rignot E., et al. (2008).  Chapter 2: Rapid changes in glaciers and ice sheets and their impacts on sea level. (P.U. Clark, A.J. Weaver, Ed.).Abrupt climate change, Synthesis and Assessment Product 3.4, Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommitte on Global Change Research. pp.60-142.
Rignot, E. (2011).  Ice sheet mass balance. Encyclopedia of Snow, ice and glaciers.
Rignot, E., & Joughin I. (2007).  Ice sheets on the move. (King, M.D., C. L. Parkinson, K. C. Partington, R. G. Williams, Ed.).Our Changing Planet: The View from Space. pp. 214-218.
Trumbore, S. (2009).  Radiocarbon and Soil Carbon Dynamics. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. 37, 47-66. Abstract
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