Michał Pętlicki PDF Print E-mail
Michał Pętlicki was born in Warsaw, Poland. He did his PhD at the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, modelling surface mass balance and evolution of a small land-terminating High Arctic glacier.

Then his research was focused on calving of tidewater glaciers, with a particular interest in application of terrestrial laser scanning method to quantify calving activity. He has been working in the Arctic, Antarctic and Andes.

Michał joined CECs in 2017 with his main aim to investigate calving of the Southern Patagonian Icefield outlet glaciers.

Julian Podgórskia, Michał Pętlickib, Christophe Kinnard. Revealing recent calving activity of a tidewater glacier with terrestrial LiDAR reflection intensity. Cold Regions Science and Technology
Pętlicki, M.; Sziło, J.; MacDonell, S.; Vivero, S.; Bialik, R.J. Recent Deceleration of the Ice Elevation Change of Ecology Glacier (King George Island, Antarctica). Remote Sens. 2017, 9, 520.
Pętlicki M., Kinnard, C., 2016, Calving of Fuerza Aerea Glacier (Greenwich Island, Antarctica) observed with terrestrial laser scanning and continuous video monitoring. Journal of Glaciology, 62(235), 835–846

Nicholson L. I., Pętlicki M., Partan B., MacDonell S., 2016, 3-D surface properties of glacier penitentes over an ablation season, measured using a Microsoft Xbox Kinect. The Cryosphere, 10, 1897-1913, doi:10.5194/tc-10-1897-2016.

Pętlicki M., Ciepły M., Jania J., Promińska A., Kinnard, C., 2015, Calving of a tidewater glacier driven by melting at the waterline. Journal of Glaciology, 61(229), 851-863

Lapazaran J., Pętlicki M., Navarro F., Machio F., Puczko D., Głowacki P., Nawrot A., 2013, Ice volume changes (1936-1990-2007) and ground-penetrating radar studies of Ariebreen, Hornsund, Spitsbergen, Polar Research, 32.
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