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Soroush Rezvanbehbahani

Soroush joined the Ph.D. program in the Department of Geology in Spring 2013, after receiving his MSc degree in Geology from the University at Buffalo. Prior to that, he received a BSc degree in Civil Engineering from Sharif University of Technology in 2010. Soroush has a broad interest in cryosphere studies and is particularly interested in using numerical models and data analysis techniques to address glaciological questions. His research has focused on the following projects:

  • Applying radar data and numerical models to constrain the geothermal heat flux in Greenland
  • Constraining use of the Robin Solution in estimates for basal temperature in Greenland
  • Evolution of basal properties through ice sheet model experiments

Soroush's papers and presentations

  • Rezvanbehbahani, S., L. A. Stearns, C. J. van der Veen, and G. A. Catania. 2015. Modeling experiments on the deceleration and reactivation of Kangerlussuup Sermusa, West Greenland. Eos. Trans. AGU, 96, Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
  • Rezvanbehbahani, S., L. A. Stearns, and C. J. van der Veen. 2014. Basal Melt Under the Interior of the Greenland Ice Sheet: Comparison of Models, Deep Ice Cores, and Radar Observations, Eos. Trans. AGU, 95, Fall Meeting. (Abstract: 11713). San Francisco, CA.
  • Child, S., L. A. Stearns, C. J. van der Veen, and S. Rezvanbehbahani. 2013. Investigating the effect of subglacial lakes on the force balance of Byrd Glacier. West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) meeting. Sterling, VA.
  • Rezvanbehbahani, S., L. A. Stearns, and C. J. van der Veen. 2013. Improving the geothermal heat flux estimates in Greenland Ice Sheet using radar detected basal water. International Glaciological Society meeting: Radioglaciology. Lawrence, KS.

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