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Wang, H., Fyke, J.G. et al. Influence of sea ice anomalies on Antarctic precipitation using source attribution.

Fyke, J.G. et al. On the need for probabilistic emission scenarios for climate risk assessments.

Hoffman, M.J. et al. (Fyke, J.G., co-author). Effect of subshelf melt variability on sea level rise contribution from Thwaites Glacier, Antarctica.

Muntejewerf, L., Fyke, J.G. et al. Coupling of the Community Ice Sheet Model to the Community Earth System Model: model description.

Published/in review

Han, W., Ding, M., Zhang, T., Fyke, J.G. et al. The relation of the decreasing summer rain days at the Great Wall Station, Antarctic Peninsula. In review.

Golaz, C. et al. (Fyke, J.G., co-author). The DOE E3SM coupled model version 1: Overview and evaluation at standard resolution. In review.

Lipscomb, W. et al. (Fyke, J.G., co-author). Description and evaluation of the Community Ice Sheet Model (CISM) v2.1. Geoscientific Model Development, 2019.

Lenaerts, J., Fyke, J.G. and Medley, B. The signature of ozone depletion in recent Antarctic precipitation change: A study With the Community Earth System Model. Geophysical Research Letters, 2018.

Fyke, J.G. et al. An overview of interactions and feedbacks between ice sheets and the Earth system. Reviews of Geophysics, 2018.

Fyke, J.G. et al. Basin-scale heterogeneity in Antarctic precipitation and its impact on surface mass variability. The Cryosphere, 2017 (Highlight Article, European Geosciences Union).

Kennedy, J. et al. (Fyke, J.G., co-author). LIVVkit: An extensible, python-based, land ice verification, and validation toolkit for ice sheet models. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 2018.

Lenaerts, J., Vizcaino, M., Fyke, J.G. et al. Present-day and future Antarctic ice sheet climate and surface mass balance in the Community Earth System Model. Climate Dynamics, 2016.

Fyke, J.G. and H.D. Matthews. A probabilistic analysis of cumulative carbon emissions and long-term planetary warming. Environmental Research Letters, 2015 (Los Alamos National Laboratory News Release, featured on

Fyke, J.G., M. D’Orgeville and A.J. Weaver. Drake Passage and Central American Seaway controls on the distribution of the oceanic carbon reservoir. Global and Planetary Change, 2015.

Fyke, J.G., M. Vizcaino and W.H. Lipscomb. The pattern of anthropogenic signal emergence in Greenland Ice Sheet surface mass balance. Geophysical Research Letters, 2014 (Editor’s Choice, Science Magazine; Editor Highlight, Geophysical Research Letters).

Fyke, J.G., M. Eby, A.J. Weaver and A. Mackintosh. Impact of climate sensitivity and polar amplification on projections of Greenland Ice Sheet loss. Climate Dynamics, 2014 (Westgrid Computing Research Showcase project).

Fyke, J.G., M. Vizcaino, W.H. Lipscomb and S. Price. Climate warming increases Greenland Ice Sheet surface mass balance variability. Geophysical Research Letters, 2014.

Fyke, J.G., W.H. Lipscomb and W.J. Sacks. A technique for generating fully consistent ice sheet initial conditions for coupled ice sheet-climate models. Geoscientific Model Development, 2014.

Lipscomb, W.H., J.G. Fyke, et al. Implementation and initial evaluation of the Glimmer Community Ice Sheet Model in the Community Earth System Model. Journal of Climate, 2013.

Fyke, J.G. and M. Eby. Comment on: Climate Sensitivity Estimated from Temperature Reconstructions of the Last Glacial Maximum. Science, 2012 (cited in IPCC AR5).

Fyke, J.G.. Simulation of the global coupled climate/ice sheet system over millennial timescales. PhD Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Fyke, J.G., L. Carter, A. Mackintosh, A.J. Weaver, M. Eby and D. Pollard. A new coupled ice sheet-climate model: description and sensitivity to model physics under Eemian, Last Glacial Maximum, late Holocene and modern climate conditions. Geoscientific Model Development, 2011 (cited in IPCC AR5).

Fyke, J.G., L. Carter, A. Mackintosh, A.J. Weaver and K.J. Meissner. Surface melting over ice shelves and ice sheets as assessed from modelled surface air temperatures. Journal of Climate, 2010 (cited in IPCC AR5).

Fyke, J.G.. Effect of climate change on the marine methane hydrate stability zone. MSc Thesis, University of Victoria, Canada.

Fyke, J.G., and A.J. Weaver. The effect of potential future climate change on the marine methane hydrate stability zone. Journal of Climate, 2006 (cited in IPCC AR5).