Caleb Pan is a PhD Candidate visiting from the University of Montana’s Numerical Terradynamic Simulations Group (NTSG); his research interest is directed at the application of remote sensing to understand cryospheric processes (glaciers and snow). Caleb’s current research is aimed at determining if rain-on-snow events are a potential driver for dzud events across Mongolia.
- Pan, C.G., Pope, A., Kamp, U., Walther, M., Avirmed, D. Syromyatina, M. (2017). Glacier recession in the Altai Mountains of Mongolia 1990-2016. Geografiska Annaler, A: Physical Geography. DOI:10.1080/04353676.2017.1407560
- Walther, M., Dashtseren, A., Kamp, U., Temujin, K., Meixner, F., Pan, C. G., and Gansukh, Y. (2017). Glacier permafrost and lake levels at the Tsengel Khairkhan massif, Mongolian Altai, during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Geosciences 7(73), doi:10.3390/geosciences7030073.
- Kamp, U., & Pan, C. G. (2015). First satellite-derived glacier inventory for Mongolia. Geografiska Annaler, A: Physical Geography. DOI: 10.1111/geoa.12105
- Kamp, U., Krumwiede, B., McManigal, K., Pan, C. G., Walther, M., Dashtseren, A. (2013). Glaciers of Mongolia. Institute for Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) Occasional Paper, 61, 45 pp.