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Geiger, Cathleen, Peter Wadhams, Jesse Samluk, Jacqueline Richter-Menge, Hans-Reinhard Mueller, Tracy DeLiberty, Victoria Corradina. On the Uncertainty of Isostasy. Annals of Glaciology. Submitted 2014

*Bernstein, E. Rachel, Cathleen A. Geiger, Tracy L. DeLiberty, and Mary D. Lemcke-Stampone. Antarctic sea ice thickness and volume estimates from ice charts between 1995 and 1998. Annual of Glaciology. Accepted for publication

Stampone*, Mary D., Cathleen A. Geiger, Tracy L. DeLiberty, and E. Rachel Bernstein, 2013, Data-derived spatial-resolution errors of Antarctic sea-ice thickness, Polar Geography, 36, 3 202-220. doi:10.1080/1088937X.2012.691120

Kremer, Peleg, Tracy DeLiberty, and Yda Schreuder, 2012, Defining Local Food Systems. In Local Food Systems in Old Industrial Regions: Concepts, Spatial Context, and Local Practices. Editors Reid, N, J. Gatrell, and P. Ross. Ashgate Publishers, 147-168.

DeLiberty, Tracy L., Cathleen A. Geiger, Stephen F. Ackley, Anthony P. Worby, and Michael L. Van Woert. 2011. Estimating the annual cycle of sea-ice thickness and volume in the Ross Sea.  Deep Sea Research II. doi10.1016/j.dsr2.2010.12.005.

Kremer, Peleg, and Tracy L. DeLiberty. 2011. Local food practices and growing potential: Mapping the case of Philadelphia, Applied Geography, 1-10. doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2011.01.007

Geiger, C. A., J. Richter-Menge, T. Deliberty, B. Elder, J. Hutchings, A. Lawson, J. Rodrigues, N. Toberg, and P. Wadhams, 2010, A Case Study Testing the Impact of Scale on Arctic Sea Ice Thickness Distribution, Proceedings of 20th IAHR International Symposium on Ice, Lahti, Finland, June 14-18, 2010, 15 pages.

Legates, David R., Rezaul Mahmood, Delphis F. Levia, Steven M. Quiring. Chris Houser, and Frederick E. Nelson. 2010. Soil moisture: A central and unifying theme in physical geography. Progress in Physical Geography, 35, 1, 65-86. doi:10.1177/0309133310386514

Worby, Anthony P., Cathleen A. Geiger, Matthew J. Paget, Michael L. Van Woert, Stephen F. Ackley, and Tracy L. DeLiberty.  2008. Journal of Geophysical Research. 113. 13pp.  doi:10.1029/2007JC004254

Wang, Lillian T., Thomas E. McKenna, and Tracy L. DeLiberty. 2007. Locating ground water discharge area in Rehoboth and Indian River Bays and Indian River, Delaware using Landsat 7 imagery.  Report of Investigation No.74.  Delaware Geological Survey.

DeLiberty, Tracy L., and David R. Legates. 2003. The interannual and seasonal variability of modeled soil moisture in Oklahoma.  International Journal of Climatology, 23(9), 1057-1086.

DeLiberty, Tracy L. 2000. A regional scale investigation of climatological tropical convection and precipitation in the Amazon Basin.  Professional Geographer. 52(2), 258-273.

Legates, David R., and Tracy L. DeLiberty. 1996. Precipitation in the Southern Great Plains: Observations and model simulations of present-day and doubled atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Global Climate Change Response Program, Final Report. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation Technical Service Center. Denver, Colorado. 97pp.

DeLiberty, Tracy L. 1995. Spatial and temporal variability of soil moisture in Oklahoma. Publications in Climatology. 47(2), 77pp.

Legates, David R., Tracy L. DeLiberty, and Jayne M. Salisbury. 1994. The implications of doubled trace gas concentrations on summer precipitation variability in the Southern Great Plains.  Symposium on the Effect of Human-Induced Changes on Hydrologic Systems.  American Water Resources Association. pp.755-762.

Legates, David R. and Tracy L. DeLiberty. 1993. Precipitation measurement biases in the United States.  Water Resources Bulletin. 29(5), 855-861.

 

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