Publications

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Submitted and soon-to-be submitted
20 B. M. Minchew and C. R. Meyer. A physical model of incipient surge motion in glaciers with till-covered beds. in prep, 2017.
19 S. Angelliaume, P. Dubois-Fernandez, C. E. Jones, B. Holt, B. M. Minchew, E. Amri, and V. Miegebielle. SAR imagery for detecting sea surface slicks: Performance assessment of polarimetric parameters. submitted, 2017.
18 C. R. Meyer and B. M. Minchew. Melting in the shear margins of the Antarctic Ice Sheet. submitted, 2017.
17 B. M. Minchew, C. R. Meyer, G. H. Gudmundsson, A. A. Robel, and M. Simons. The influence of crystalline fabric, shear heating, and crevassing on the evolution of ice rheology in glacier shear margins. submitted, 2017.
16 C. R. Meyer, A. Yehya, B. M. Minchew, and J. R. Rice. Development of temperate ice and transitions in subglacial hydrology along ice stream shear margins. submitted, 2017.
15 B. M. Minchew, G. H. Gudmundsson, A. Gardner, F. S. Paolo, and H. A. Fricker. Modeling the dynamic response of outlet glaciers in the Bellingshausen Sea Sector, West Antarctica, to observed ice-shelf thinning. submitted, 2017.
14 E. J. Fielding, M.-H. Huang, C. Liang, and B. M. Minchew. Three-dimensional coseismic deformation from large thrust earthquakes on the edges of the Tibetan Plateau. in revision, 2017.

Refereed publications
13 A. A. Robel, V. C. Tsai, B. M. Minchew, and M. Simons. Tidal modulation of ice shelf buttressing stresses Annals of Glaciology, in press, 2017. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
12 P. Milillo, B. M. Minchew, P. Agram, B. Riel, and M. Simons. Geodetic imaging of time-dependent three-component surface deformation: application to tidal-timescale ice flow of Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, in press, 2017. [ bib | doi ]
11 S. Angelliaume, B. M. Minchew, S. Chatiang, P. Martineau, and V. Miegebielle. Multifrequency radar imagery and characterization of hazardous and noxious substances at sea. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 55(5), 2017. [ bib | doi ]
10 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, B. V. Riel, and P. Milillo. Tidally induced variations in vertical and horizontal motion on Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica, inferred from remotely sensed observations. Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface, 122:167-190, 2017. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
9 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, H. Björnsson, F. Pálsson, M. Morlighem, H. Seroussi, E. Larour, and S. Hensley. Plastic bed beneath Hofsjökull Ice Cap, central Iceland, and the sensitivity of ice flow to surface meltwater flux. Journal of Glaciology, 62(231):147-158, 2016. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
8 P. Milillo, B. Riel, B. M. Minchew, S. H. Yun, M. Simons, and P. Lundgren. On the synergistic use of SAR constellations' data exploitation for earth science and natural hazard response. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 9(3):1095-1100, 2015. [ bib | doi ]
7 M. J. Collins, M. Denbina, B. M. Minchew, C. E. Jones, and B. Holt. On the use of simulated airborne compact polarimetric SAR for characterizing oil-water mixing of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 8(3):1062-1077, 2015. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
6 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, S. Hensley, H. Björnsson, and F. Pálsson. Early melt-season velocity fields of Langjökull and Hofsjökull ice caps, central Iceland. Journal of Glaciology, 61(226), 2015. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
5 J. S. Scheingross, B. M. Minchew, B. H. Mackey, M. Simons, M. P. Lamb, and S. Hensley. Fault zone controls on the spatial distribution of slow-moving landslides. GSA Bulletin, 125(3-4):473-489, 2013. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
4 B. M. Minchew, C. E. Jones, and B. Holt. Polarimetric analysis of backscatter from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill using L-band synthetic aperture radar. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 50(10):3812 -3830, 2012. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
3 B. M. Minchew. Determining the mixing of oil and seawater using polarimetric synthetic aperture radar. Geophysical Research Letters, 39:L16607, 2012. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
2 V. C. Tsai, B. M. Minchew, M. P. Lamb, and J. P. Ampuero. A physical model for seismic noise generation from sediment transport in rivers. Geophysical Research Letters, 39:L02404, 2012. [ pdf | bib | doi ]
1 C. E. Jones, B. M. Minchew, B. Holt, and S. Hensley. Studies of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill With the UAVSAR Radar, Monitoring and Modeling the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: A Record-Breaking Enterprise, Geophysical Monograph Series, volume 195, edited by Y. Liu et al., pages 33-50. AGU, Washington, DC, 2011. [ pdf | bib | doi ]

Non-refereed publications
2 B. M. Minchew. Mechanics of deformable glacier beds. PhD thesis, California Institute of Technology, 2015. [ bib | http ]
1 B. M. Minchew. Polarimetric SAR decomposition of temperate ice cap Hofsjökull, Central Iceland. Master's thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 2010. [ pdf |  bib | http ]

Invited presentations
15 B. M. Minchew. The evolution of ice rheology in glacier shear margins: Crystallographic fabric and thermoviscous effects. DAMTP Geophysical and Environmental Processes Seminar, University of Cambridge, October 2017.
14 B. M. Minchew. Oceans and ice: How ocean tides influence inland ice flow. Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, May 2017.
13 B. M. Minchew. The response of ice flow to ocean tidal loading. Institute for Theoretical Geophysics Seminar, University of Cambridge, March 2017.
12 B. M. Minchew. Oceans and ice: How ocean tides influence inland ice flow. School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Seminar, Georgia Institute of Technology, March 2017.
11 B. M. Minchew. Oceans and ice: How ocean tides influence inland ice flow. Department of Earth Sciences Seminar, University of Oregon, January 2017.
10 B. M. Minchew. Observing glaciers in a warming world. Aerospace Engineering Seminar, University of Colorado Boulder, May 2016.
9 B. M. Minchew. Oceans and ice: How ocean tides influence inland ice flow. Aerospace Engineering Seminar, University of Texas at Austin, February 8, 2016.
8 B. M. Minchew. Oceans and ice: How ocean tides influence inland ice flow. CIRES Seminar, University of Colorado Boulder, February 4, 2016.
7 B. M. Minchew. Tidally induced variability in ice stream flow on Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica. University of Washington Glaciology Seminar, January 2016.
6 B. M. Minchew. Rapid changes in glacier flow and what they teach us about glacier mechanics. Stanford Geophysics Department Seminar, December 2015.
5 B. M. Minchew. Hourly to seasonal timescale changes in glacier flow: InSAR observations as constraints on numerical ice flow models. Jet Propulsion Laboratory Radar Forum, November 2015.
4 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, S. Hensley, H. Björnsson, F. Pálsson, and P. Milillo. Multiple glacier surges observed with airborne and spaceborne interferometric synthetic aperture radar. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2015 IEEE International, pages 5316-5319, July 2015. [ bib | doi ]
3 B. M. Minchew. Glacier flow over deformable beds. Scripps GP Seminar, May 2015.
2 B. M. Minchew, S. Hensley, and M. Simons. Using UAVSAR to measure seasonal variations in surface velocities and constrain basal mechanics of an ice cap. UAVSAR Workshop, October 2014.
1 M Simons and B. M. Minchew. Glacier dynamics in a changing climate. University of Iceland and U.S. Embassy Iceland Public Outreach, February 2014.

Selected presentations
28 B. M. Minchew, C. R. Meyer, A. A. Robel, G. H. Gudmundsson, and M. Simons. Back to the basics: How ice rheology evolves in glacier shear margins. IGS British Branch Meeting, September 2017.
27 B. M. Minchew, C. R. Meyer, A. A. Robel, G. H. Gudmundsson, and M. Simons. On the evolution of ice rheology in glacier shear margins. IGS International Symposium on Polar Ice, Polar Climate, Polar Change, August 2017.
26 B. M. Minchew, G. H. Gudmundsson, A. Gardner, F. Paolo, and H. Fricker. Response of outlet glaciers to ice-shelf thinning in the Bellingshausen Sea Sector, West Antarctica. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, December 2016.
25 B. M. Minchew, G. H. Gudmundsson, and A. Gardner. Outlet glacier response to ice-shelf thinning in the Bellingshausen Sea Sector, West Antarctica. International Glaciological Society British Branch Meeting, September 2016.
24 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, B. Riel, A. Robel, V. Tsai, and P. Milillo. Ice shelf buttressing and the response of ice stream flow to vertical ocean tidal motion. International Symposium on Interactions of Ice Sheets and Glaciers with the Ocean, July 2016.
23 B. M. Minchew. How ocean tides influence ice stream flow tens of kilometers inland. ESA Living Planet Symposium, May 2016.
22 B. M. Minchew. Insights into ice shelf buttressing and ice rheology on Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica, from synoptic-scale observations of tidally driven ice flow variations. EGU Meeting Abstracts, April 2016.
21 B. M. Minchew. 4D surface velocity fields of Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica, inferred from continuous synthetic aperture radar observations. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, December 2015.
20 B. M. Minchew. 4D surface velocity fields inferred from continuous synthetic aperture radar observations: Applications to Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica. WAIS Workshop, September 2015.
19 B. M. Minchew. Iceland to Antarctica: Rapid changes in glacier flow and what they teach us about glacier mechanics. PhD Defense, October 2015.
18 B. M. Minchew. Ice flow over deformable beds. Caltech Brown Bag Seminar, April 2015.
17 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, M. Morlighem, H. Björnsson, F. Pálsson, S. Hensley, and E. Larour. Inferring basal plasticity in a temperate ice cap from observationally constrained ice-flow models. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, December 2014.
16 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, M. Morlighem, H. Björnsson, F. Pálsson, S. Hensley, and E. Larour. Basal plasticity and the influence of surface meltwater flux on glacier flow. Northwest Glaciologists' Meeting, October 2014.
15 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, M. Morlighem, H. Björnsson, F. Pálsson, S. Hensley, and E. Larour. Ice flow over plastic beds. WAIS Workshop, September 2014.
14 B. M. Minchew. Insights into the basal mechanics of icelandic ice caps. Caltech Brown Bag Seminar, March 2014.
13 B. M. Minchew. Insights into early melt season evolution of Hofsökull's subglacial hydrological system. University of Iceland Glaciological Seminar, February 2014.
12 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, S. Hensley, E. Larour, M. Morlighem, H. Björnsson, and F. Pálsson. Temporal variation of basal stress in temperate Icelandic glaciers during the early melt season. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, December 2013.
11 B. M. Minchew. Subglacial mechanics of Iceland ice caps: Inferences from surface velocity measurements and numerical models. Caltech Brown Bag Seminar, April 2013.
10 B. M. Minchew, C. E. Jones, and B. Holt. Near real-time estimates of the mixing of oil and sea water using polarimetric synthetic aperture radar. UAVSAR Workshop, March 2013.
9 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, S. Hensley, H. Björnsson, F. Pálsson, and E. Y. Larour. Inferring the surface velocity fields of glaciers in central Iceland using UAVSAR repeat-pass interferometry. UAVSAR Workshop, March 2013.
8 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, S. Hensley, H. Björnsson, F. Pálsson, and E. Y. Larour. Influence of surface meltwater on the velocity of temperate glaciers in the early melt season inferred from collocated airborne InSAR, GPS, and in situ meteorological measurements. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, December 2012.
7 B. Holt, C. Jones, B. Minchew, M. Collins, and C. Brekke. UAVSAR ocean observations: small eddies, oil spills, and someday sea ice. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, December 2012.
6 J. Scheingross, B. Minchew, B. Mackey, M. Simons, M. P. Lamb, and S. Hensley. The influence of seismicity and fault zone damage on the spatial distributions of slow-moving landslides. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, December 2012.
5 C. Jones, B. Minchew, and B. Holt. Polarimetric decomposition analysis of the deepwater horizon oil slick using L-band uavsar data. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2011 IEEE International, pages 2278 -2281, July 2011. [ bib | doi ]
4 B. M. Minchew, M. Simons, S. Hensley, P. S. Agram, E. Y. Larour, M. Morlighem, H. L. Seroussi, H. Björnsson, and F. Pálsson. Surface velocity field of temperate ice cap Hofsjökull using UAVSAR repeat pass interferometry. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, page B8, December 2011.
3 M. Simons, B. M. Minchew, S. Hensley, P. Agram, E. Y. Larour, H. Björnsson, and F. Pálsson. Airborne and satellite-based InSAR observations of Icelandic ice caps. ESA Fringe Workshop, 2011.
2 B. M. Minchew, S. M. Buckley, and S. Hensley. Evaluating the surface conditions of temperate ice cap Hofsjökull, central Iceland, using H/A/α decomposition of fully-polarimetric UAVSAR data. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, page A496, December 2010.
1 C. E. Jones, B. M. Minchew, B. Holt, and S. Hensley. Initial results from the UAVSAR Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill campaign. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, page D6, December 2010.