The following list of peer reviewed publications are from projects conducted at, or supported by, Summit Station.


  1. Aguilar, J.A., Allison, P., Beatty, J.J., Bernhoff, H., Besson, D., Bingefors, N., Botner, O., Bouma, S., Buitink, S., Carter, K., Cataldo, M., Clark, B.A., Curtis-Ginsberg, Z., Connolly, A., Dasgupta, P., de Kockere, S., de Vries, K.D., Deaconu, C. DuVernois, M.A., Glaser, C., Hallgren, A., Hallmann, S., Hanson, J.C., Hendricks, B., Hokanson-Fasig, B., Reconstructing the neutrino energy for in-ice radio detectors. Eur. Phys. J. C 82, 147, (2022)
  2. Aguilar, J.A., Allison, P., Beatty, J.J., Besson, D., Bishop, A., Botner, O., Bouma, S., Buitink, S., Cataldo, M., Clark, B.A. and Curtis-Ginsberg, Z., In situ, broadband measurement of the radio frequency attenuation length at Summit Station, Greenland. arXiv preprint arXiv:2201.07846. (2022)
  3. Gallagher, M.R., Shupe, M.D., Chepfer, H. and L'Ecuyer, T., Relating snowfall observations to Greenland ice sheet mass changes: an atmospheric circulation perspective. The Cryosphere, 16(2), 435-450, (2022)
  4. Miller, J.Z., Culberg, R., Long, D.G., Shuman, C.A., Schroeder, D.M. and Brodzik, M.J., An empirical algorithm to map perennial firn aquifers and ice slabs within the Greenland Ice Sheet using satellite L-band microwave radiometry. The Cryosphere, 16(1), 103-125, (2022)
  5. Shupe, M.D., Rex, M., Blomquist, B., Persson, P.O.G., Schmale, J., Uttal, T., Althausen, D., Angot, H., Archer, S., Bariteau, L. and Beck, I. Overview of the MOSAiC expedition—Atmosphere. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, 10(1), (2022)
  6. Sterzinger, L.J., Sedlar, J., Guy, H., Neely III, R.R. and Igel, A.L., Arctic mixed-phase clouds sometimes dissipate due to insufficient aerosol: evidence from observations and idealized simulations. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 1-22, (2022)


  1. Angot, H., Davel, C., Wiedinmyer, C., Pétron, G., Chopra, J., Hueber, J., Blanchard, B., Bourgeois, I., Vimont, I., Montzka, S.A. and Miller, B.R., Temporary pause in the growth of atmospheric ethane and propane in 2015–2018. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21(19), 15153-15170, (2021)
  2. Culberg, R., Schroeder, D.M. and Chu, W., Extreme melt season ice layers reduce firn permeability across Greenland. Nature Communications, 12, 2336, (2021)
  3. Faïn, X., Rhodes, R.H., Petrenko, V.V., Fourteau, K., Chellman, N., Crosier, E., McConnell, J.R., Brook, E.J., Blunier, T., Legrand, M. and Chappellaz, J., Northern Hemisphere atmospheric history of carbon monoxide since preindustrial times reconstructed from multiple Greenland ice cores. Climate of the Past Discussions, 1-28, (2021)
  4. Feldman, S.W., The Contributions of Dynamical and Diabatic Processes Preceding and Accompanying Major Greenland Ice-Melt Events. State University of New York at Albany. Masters Thesis (2021)
  5. Glaser, B.D.R., Costley, R.D. and Courville, Z., Distributed Acoustic Sensing of Polar Bear Intrusion at Arctic Research Camps: A Laboratory Feasibility Study. FastTIMES Vol. 26(3): (2021)
  6. Guy, H., Brooks, I.M., Carslaw, K.S., Murray, B.J., Walden, V.P., Shupe, M.D., Pettersen, C., Turner, D.D., Cox, C.J., Neff, W.D. and Bennartz, R., Controls on surface aerosol particle number concentrations and aerosol-limited cloud regimes over the central Greenland Ice Sheet. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21(19), 15351-15374. (2021)
  7. Jiang, Z., Savarino, J., Alexander, B., Erbland, J., Jaffrezo, J.L. and Geng, L., Atmospheric and snow nitrate isotope systematics at Summit, Greenland: the reality of the post-depositional effect. The Cryosphere Discussions, 1-36. (2021)
  8. Kinar, N.J. and Pomeroy, J.W., Measurement of Terrestrial Snow. Oxford University Press. (2021)
  9. Lewis, G., Osterberg, E., Hawley, R., Marshall, H.P., Meehan, T., Graeter, K., McCarthy, F., Overly, T., Thundercloud, Z., Ferris, D. and Koffman, B.G., Atmospheric blocking drives recent albedo change across the western Greenland ice sheet percolation zone. Geophysical Research Letters, 48(10), e2021GL092814, (2021)
  10. Morris, E.M., Montgomery, L.N. and Mulvaney, R., Modelling the transition from grain-boundary sliding to power-law creep in dry snow densification. Journal of Glaciology, 1-14, (2021)
  11. Shams, S.B., An investigation of ozone variability and associated uncertainties over high northern latitudes. Doctoral dissertation, Washington State University. (2021)
  12. Vallelonga, P., Maffezzoli, N., Saiz-Lopez, A., Scoto, F., Kjær, H.A. and Spolaor, A., Sea-ice reconstructions from bromine and iodine in ice cores. Quaternary Science Reviews, 269, 107133. (2021)


  1. Brown, S.P., Davis, H.E., McGladrey, L., Brooks, L., Lorentzen, A.K., Penninga, L., Davis, C., and Lemery, J., Psychological Care Augmented by Telemedicine after a Polar Bear Encounter at an Arctic Research Station: A Case Report, Telemedicine and e-Health 26, no. 3, 369-373,, (2020)
  2. Hawley, R.L., Neumann, T.A., Stevens, C.M., Brunt, K.M., and Sutterly, T.C., Greenland Ice Sheet elevation change: Direct observation of process and attribution at summit, Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2020GL088864. (2020)
  3. Hmiel B., A Study of in situ Cosmogenic 14 C and Paleoatmospheric 14 CH 4 from Accumulating Ice at Summit, Greenland (Doctoral dissertation, University of Rochester)., (2020)
  4. Lenaerts, J.T.M., Gettelman, A., Van Tricht, K., van Kampenhout, L., and Miller, N.B., Impact of Cloud Physics on the Greenland Ice Sheet Near‐Surface Climate: A Study With the Community Atmosphere Model, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 125, no. 7,, (2020)
  5. Lewis, G., Surface Mass Balance of the Western Greenland Ice Sheet; A Geophysical Investigation, PhD diss., Dartmouth College,, (2020)
  6. Malaska, M.J., Bhartia, R., Manatt, K.S., Priscu, J.C., Abbey, W.J., Mellerowicz, B., Palmowski, J., Paulsen, G.L., Zacny, K., Eshelman, E.J. and D'Andrilli, J., Subsurface in situ detection of microbes and diverse organic matter hotspots in the Greenland Ice Sheet. Astrobiology, 20(10), pp.1185-1211. (2020)
  7. Ryan, J.C., Smith, L.C., Wu, M., Cooley, S.W., Miège, C., Montgomery, L.N., Koenig, L.S., Fettweis, X., Noel, B.P.Y., and van den Broeke, M.R., Evaluation of CloudSat's Cloud‐Profiling Radar for Mapping Snowfall Rates Across the Greenland Ice Sheet, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 125, no. 4, e2019JD031411,, (2020)
  8. Yang, X., Blechschmidt, A.M., Bognar, K., McClure–Begley, A., Morris, S., Petropavlovskikh, I., Richter, A., Skov, H., Strong, K., Tarasick, D., Uttal, T., Vestenius, M., and Zhao, X., Pan-Arctic surface ozone: modelling vs measurements, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss.,, in review, (2020)


  1. Alexander, P.M., Tedesco, M., Koenig, L., Fettweis, X., Evaluating a regional climate model simulation of Greenland ice sheet snow and firn density for improved surface mass balance estimates, Geophysical Research Letters, Nov 16;46(21):12073-82,, (2019)
  2. Bennartz, R., Fell, F., Pettersen, C., Shupe, M. D., and Schuettemeyer, D., Spatial and temporal variability of snowfall over Greenland from CloudSat observations, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19, 8101-8121,, (2019)
  3. Brunt, K. M., T.A. Neuman, and C.F. Larsen, Assessment of Altimetry Using Ground-Based GPS Data From the 88S Traverse, Antarctica in Support of ICESat-2, The Cryosphere, 13, 1-12,, (2019)
  4. Cox, C. J., Noone, D. C., Berkelhammer, M., Shupe, M. D., Neff, W. D., Miller, N. B., Walden, V. P., and Steffen, K., Supercooled liquid fogs over the central Greenland Ice Sheet, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19, 7467-7485, (2019)
  5. Gibson, J., A. Shea, and J. Cole-Dai, Increased Perchlorate in The Environment Following The 1600 C.E. Huaynaputina Volcanic Eruption, The Journal of Undergraduate Research 16(2), (2019)
  6. Haehnel, R.B., Blowing Snow Transport Analysis for Estimating Drift Orientation and Severity, Journal of Cold Regions Engineering 33, no. 2, 05019002,, (2019)
  7. Hawley, R. L., and J.D. Millstein, Quantifying snow drift on Arctic structures: A case study at Summit, Greenland, using UAV-based structure-from-motion photogrammetry, Cold Regions Science and Technology, 157, 163-170. doi:10.1016/j.coldregions.2018.10.007 (2019)
  8. Hermann, M., A Lagrangian Analysis of the Dynamical and Thermodynamic Drivers of Greenland Warm Events during 1979–2017, ETH Zürich, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, (2019)
  9. Koyama, T., and J. Stroeve, Greenland monthly precipitation analysis from the Arctic System Reanalysis (ASR): 2000–2012, Polar Science, 19, 1-12. doi:10.1016/j.polar.2018.09.001 (2019)
  10. Marshall, H.P., and Meehan, T., Recent Precipitation Decrease Across the Western Greenland Ice Sheet Percolation Zone, The Cryosphere, 13(11), 2797-2815,, (2019)
  11. Mattioli, V., Accadia, C., Prigent, C., Crewell, S., Geer, A., Eriksson, P., Fox, S., Pardo, J.R., Mlawer, E.J., Cadeddu, M., Bremer, M., Atmospheric gas absorption knowledge in the sub-millimeter: Modeling, field measurements, and uncertainty quantification, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2019, (2019)
  12. Niwano, M., Hashimoto, A., and Aoki, T., Cloud-driven modulations of Greenland ice sheet surface melt, Scientific reports 9.1, 1-8,, (2019)
  13. Oltmanns, M., F. Stranco, and M. Tedesco, Increased Greenland Melt Triggered by Large-Scale, Year-Round Cyclonic Moisture Intrusions, The Cryosphere, 13, 815 -825, (2019)
  14. Solomon, A. and Shupe, M.D., A Case Study of Airmass Transformation and Cloud Formation at Summit, Greenland, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 76(10), 3095-3113,, (2019)
  15. Stillwell R.A., Neely III, R.R., Thayer, J.P., Walden, V.P., Shupe, M.D., Miller, N.B., Radiative Influence of Horizontally Oriented Ice Crystals over Summit, Greenland, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Oct 26,, (2019)
  16. Vandecrux, B., MacFerrin, M., Machguth, H., Colgan, W.T., van As, D., Heilig, A., Stevens, C.M., Charalampidis, C., Fausto, R.S., Morris, E.M., and Mosley-Thompson, E., Firn data compilation reveals widespread decrease of firn air content in western Greenland, The Cryosphere 13, no. 3, 845-859,, (2019)


  1. Adolph, A.C., Albert, M.R., and Hall, D.K., Near-surface temperature inversion during summer at Summit, Greenland, and its relation to MODIS-derived surface temperatures, The Cryosphere, 12, 907-920, doi:10.5194/tc-12-907-2018 (2018)
  2. Alley, K.E., T.A. Scambos, J.Z. Miller, D.G. Long, and M. MacFerrin, Quantifying vulnerability of Antarctic ice shelves to hydrofracture using microwave scattering properties. Remote Sensing of Environment, 210, 297-306, (2018)
  3. Barkats, D., R. Bowens-Rubin, W.H. Clay, T. Culp, T., R. Hills, J.M. Kovac, and A.G. Vieregg (2018). High-precision scanning water vapor radiometers for cosmic microwave background site characterization and comparison, In Millimeter, Submillimeter, and Far-Infrared Detectors and Instrumentation for Astronomy IX, International Society for Optics and Photonics, 10708, 107082E, doi: 10.1117/12.2312712
  4. Chen, M.T., P. Raffin, P.T.P. Ho, M. Inoue, C.T. Liu, Y.D. Huang, C.C. Han, T.J. Norton, S. Matsushita, and K. Asada, The Greenland telescope: Thule operations. Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes VII, International Society for Optics and Photonics, 10700, (2018)
  5. Curtis, C. J., Kaiser, J., Marca, A., Anderson, N. J., Simpson, G., Jones, V., & Whiteford, E., Spatial variations in snowpack chemistry, isotopic composition of NO3− and nitrogen deposition from the ice sheet margin to the coast of western greenland, Biogeosciences, 15(2), 529-550, doi:10.5194/bg-15-529-2018 (2018)
  6. Deaconu, C., Vieregg, A.G., Wissel, S.A., Bowen, J., Chipman, S., Gupta, A., Miki, C., Nichol, R.J., Saltzberg, D., Measurements and Modeling of Near-Surface Radio Propagation in Glacial Ice and Implications for Neutrino Experiments, arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.12576, (2018)
  7. Edwards-Opperman, J., S. Cavallo, and D. Turner, The Occurrence and Properties of Long-Lived Liquid-Bearing Clouds over the Greenland Ice Sheet and Their Relationship to the North Atlantic Oscillation, Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 57(4): 921-935, (2018)
  8. Feltz, M., E. Borbas, R. Knuteson, G. Hulley, and S. Hook, The Combined ASTER MODIS Emissivity over Land (CAMEL) Part 2: Uncertainty and Validation. Remote Sensing 10(5), 664, (2018)
  9. Gallagher, M. R., M.D. Shupe, and N.B. Miller (2018). Impact of Atmospheric Circulation on Temperature, Clouds, and Radiation at Summit Station, Greenland with Self-Organizing Maps, Journal of Climate, 31(21), 8895-8915, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0893.1
  10. Graeter, K. A., Osterberg, E. C., Ferris, D. G., Hawley, R. L., Marshall, H. P., Lewis, G., et al, Ice core records of West Greenland melt and climate forcing, Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 3164-3172, doi:10.1002/2017GL076641 (2018)
  11. Hall, D.K., Cullather, R.I., DiGirolamo, N.E., Comiso, J.C., Medley, B.C., Nowicki, S.M., A Multilayer Surface Temperature, Surface Albedo, and Water Vapor Product of Greenland from MODIS, Remote Sens, 10(4), 555, doi:10.3390/rs10040555 (2018)
  12. Hearty, T.J., J.N. Lee, D.L. Wu, R. Cullather, J.M. Blaisdell, J. Susskind, and S.M. Nowicki, 0, Intercomparison of Surface Temperatures from AIRS, MERRA, and MERRA-2, with NOAA and GC-Net Weather Stations at Summit, Greenland, J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 0, doi:10.1175/JAMC-D-17-0216.1 (2018)
  13. Howat, I.M., S. de la Pena, D. Desilets, and G. Womack, Autonomous ice sheet surface mass balance measurements from cosmic rays. The Cryosphere, 12, 2099-2108, (2018)
  14. Kopec, B.G., X. Feng, E.S. Posmentier, L.J. Sonder, Seasonal Deuterium Excess Variations of Precipitation at Summit, Greenland, and Their Climatological Significance, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124 (1), (2018)
  15. Kubo, D., C.C. Han, H. Nishioka, R. Chilson, R. Srinivasan, S.F. Yen, K.C. Fu, H. Jiang, K.Y. Liu, and T.S. Wei, Electronics Instrumentation for the Greenland Telescope, arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.07525, (2018)
  16. Lacour, A., H. Chepfer, N.B. Miller, M.D. Shupe, V. Noel, X. Fettweis, H. Gallee, J.E. Kay, R. Guzman, and J. Cole (2018). How well are clouds simulated over Greenland in climate models? Consequences for the surface cloud radiative effect over the ice sheet, Journal of Climate, 31(22), 9293-9312, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0023.1
  17. Leeson, A. A., Eastoe, E., and Fettweis, X., Extreme temperature events on Greenland in observations and the MAR regional climate model, The Cryosphere, 12, 1091-1102, doi:10.5194/tc-12-1091-2018 (2018)
  18. Marksteiner, U., O. Reitebuch, C. Lemmerz, O. Lux, S. Rahm, B. Witschas, A. Schäfler, A., D. Emmitt, S. Greco, and M.J. Kavaya, Airborne direct-detection and coherent wind lidar measurements over the North Atlantic in 2015 supporting ESA’s aeolus mission, EPJ Web of Conferences, EDP Sciences, (2018)
  19. Miller N.B, M.D. Shupe, J.T.M. Lenaerts, J.E Kay, G. deBoer, and R. Bennartz, Process‐based model evaluation using surface energy budget observations in central Greenland, Journal of Geophysical Research, 123, doi:10.1029/2017JD027377 (2018)
  20. Montgomery, L., L. Koenig, P. Alexander, The SUMup Dataset: Compiled measurements of surface mass balance components over ice sheets and sea ice with preliminary analysis over Greenland, Earth Syst. Sci. Data Discuss, Earth Syst. Sci. Data Discuss., (2018)
  21. Neely, R.R., R.A. Stillwell, S. Cole, J.P. Thayer, M. Shupe, M. Goerke, S. Dorsi, and J. Ulanowski, Properties of horizontally oriented ice crystals observed by polarization lidar over summit, Greenland, EPJ Web of Conferences, 176, (2018)
  22. Petterson, C., R. Bennartz, A. Merrelli, M.D. Shupe, D.D. Turner, and V.P. Walden (2018). Precipitation regimes over central Greenland inferred from 5 years of ICECAPS observations, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18(7), doi: 10.5194/acp-18-4715-2018.
  23. Seo, J.-H., M. Sharma, E.C. Osterberg, and B.P. Jackson, Determination of Osmium Concentration and Isotope Composition at Ultra-low Level in Polar Ice and Snow, Analytical Chemistry, 90 (9), 5781-5787, doi:10.1021/acs.analchem.8b00150 (2018)
  24. Stillwell, R. A., Neely,Ryan R., I.,II, Thayer, J. P., Shupe, M. D., & Turner, D. D., Improved cloud-phase determination of low-level liquid and mixed-phase clouds by enhanced polarimetric lidar, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 11(2), 835-859, doi:10.5194/amt-11-835-2018 (2018)
  25. Vandecrux, B., R.S. Fausto, P.L. Langen, D. Van As, M. MacFerrin, W.T. Colgan, T. Ingeman‐Nielsen, K. Steffen, N.S. Jensen, M.T. Møller, and J.E. Box (2018). Drivers of Firn Density on the Greenland Ice Sheet Revealed by Weather Station Observations and Modelling, Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 123(10), 2563-2576, doi:10.1029/2017JF004597.
  26. Wang, W., C.S. Zender, D.V. As, N.B. Miller, Spatial Distribution of Melt Season Cloud Radiative Effects Over Greenland: Evaluating Satellite Observations, Reanalysis, and Model Simulations Against Situ Measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124 (1), (2018)


  1. Avva, J., K. Bechtol, T. Chesebro, L. Cremonesi, C. Deaconu, A. Gupta, A. Ludwig, W. Messino, C. Miki, R. Nichol, E. Oberla, M. Ransom, A. Romero-Wolf, D. Saltzberg, C. Schlupf, N. Shipp, G. Varner, A.G. Vieregg, S.A. Wissel, Development toward a ground-based interferometric phased array for radio detection of high energy neutrinos, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 869, 46-55, doi:10.1016/j.nima.2017.07.009 (2017)
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  13. Maselli, O.J., N.J. Chellman, M. Grieman, L. Layman, J.R. McConnell, D. Pasteris, R.H. Rhodes, E. Saltzman, and M. Sigl, Sea ice and pollution-modulated changes in Greenland ice core methanesulfonate and bromine, Clim. Past, 13, 39-59, doi:10.5194/cp-13-39-2017 (2017)
  14. McIlhattan, E.A., T.S. L’Ecuyer, and N.B. Miller, Observational Evidence Linking Arctic Supercooled Liquid Cloud Biases in CESM to Snowfall Processes, Journal of Climate, 30(12), 4477-4495 (2017)
  15. Miller, N.B., M.D. Shupe, C.J. Cox, D. Noone, P.O.G. Persson, and K. Steffen, Surface energy budget responses to radiative forcing at Summit, Greenland, The Cryosphere, 11, 497-516, doi:10.5194/tc-11-497-2017 (2017)
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  1. Barsukov, I., G. Cherniavsky, I. Cherny, L. Mitnik, V. Kuleshov, and M. Mitnik, New Russian meteorological satellite Meteor-M N 2: sensing of the subsurface, surface and atmospheric characteristics by MTVZA-GY microwave imager/sounder. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2016 IEEE International, IEEE, doi: 10.1109/IGARSS.2016.7730442 (2016)
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