I am interested in understanding mechanical and hydrological processes in the climate system, specifically processes that relate to sea ice and ice-sheet flow under past, present, and future scenarios. Additionally I am involved in investigations of fundamental granular mechanics, which outside of cryospheric environments are important in many geodynamical and geomorphological processes and settings, such as earthquakes, landslides, sediment transport in flowing water, and dam stability.
I have listed my peer-reviewed publications and submitted manuscripts below. If you would like to collaborate on a scientific problem please get in touch.
A. Damsgaard, J. Suckale, J. A. Piotrowski, M. Houssais, M.
R. Siegfried, and H. A. Fricker
“Sediment behavior controls equilibrium width of subglacial channels”.
Journal of Glaciology.
A. Damsgaard, A. Cabrales-Vargas, J. Suckale, and L. Goren
“The coupled dynamics
of meltwater percolation and granular deformation in the sediment layer
underlying parts of the big ice sheets”.
A. Damsgaard, D.L. Egholm, L.H. Beem, S. Tulaczyk, N.K.
Larsen, J.A. Piotrowski, and M.R. Siegfried
“Ice flow dynamics forced
by water pressure variations in subglacial granular beds”.
Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 43.
A. Damsgaard, D.L. Egholm, J.A. Piotrowski, S. Tulaczyk,
N.K. Larsen, and C.F. Brædstrup
“A new methodology to simulate subglacial deformation of water-saturated
The Cryosphere, vol. 9, p. 2183–2200.
“Numerical Modeling of Subglacial Sediment Deformation”.
Ph.D. thesis, Aarhus University, 165 pp.
C.F. Brædstrup, A. Damsgaard, and D.L. Egholm
“Ice-sheet modelling accelerated by graphics cards”.
Computers and Geosciences, vol. 72, p. 210–220.
- A. Damsgaard, D.L. Egholm, J.A. Piotrowski, S. Tulaczyk, N.K. Larsen, and K. Tylmann 2013 “Discrete element modeling of subglacial sediment deformation”. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, vol. 118, p. 2230–2242. [PDF].