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Loris Compagno
Loris Compagno
Laboratory of Hydraulics, Hydrology and Glaciology (VAW), ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL), Birmensdorf, Switzerland
Verified email at vaw.baug.ethz.ch
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Global glacier change in the 21st century: Every increase in temperature matters
DR Rounce, R Hock, F Maussion, R Hugonnet, W Kochtitzky, M Huss, ...
Science 379 (6627), 78-83, 2023
1342023
Large hydropower and water-storage potential in future glacier-free basins
D Farinotti, V Round, M Huss, L Compagno, H Zekollari
Nature 575 (7782), 341-344, 2019
1162019
Modelling supraglacial debris-cover evolution from the single-glacier to the regional scale: an application to High Mountain Asia
L Compagno, M Huss, ES Miles, MJ McCarthy, H Zekollari, A Dehecq, ...
The Cryosphere 16 (5), 1697-1718, 2022
222022
Brief communication: Do 1.0, 1.5, or 2.0° C matter for the future evolution of Alpine glaciers?
L Compagno, S Eggs, M Huss, H Zekollari, D Farinotti
The Cryosphere 15 (6), 2593-2599, 2021
162021
Future growth and decline of high mountain Asia's ice-dammed lakes and associated risk
L Compagno, M Huss, H Zekollari, ES Miles, D Farinotti
Communications Earth & Environment 3 (1), 191, 2022
122022
Limited impact of climate forcing products on future glacier evolution in Scandinavia and Iceland
L Compagno, H Zekollari, M Huss, D Farinotti
Journal of Glaciology 67 (264), 727-743, 2021
122021
Modeling the re-appearance of a crashed airplane on Gauligletscher, Switzerland
L Compagno, G Jouvet, A Bauder, M Funk, G Church, S Leinss, MP Lüthi
Frontiers in Earth Science 7, 170, 2019
82019
Mapping the age of ice of Gauligletscher combining surface radionuclide contamination and ice flow modeling
G Jouvet, S Röllin, H Sahli, J Corcho, L Gnägi, L Compagno, D Sidler, ...
The Cryosphere 14 (11), 4233-4251, 2020
52020
Dating the ice of Gauligletscher, Switzerland, based on surface radionuclide contamination and ice flow modeling
G Jouvet, S Röllin, H Sahli, J Corcho, L Gnägi, L Compagno, D Sidler, ...
The Cryosphere Discussions 2020, 1-28, 2020
32020
Process-based modelling for regional-to global-scale future impacts of glacier changes
L Compagno
ETH Zurich, 2022
12022
Modelling the Reappearance of a Crashed Airplane on Gauligletscher
L Compagno
ETH Zürich, 2018
12018
Future glacier mass loss in the Tien Shan strongly impacts summer water availability
L Van Tricht, H Zekollari, M Huss, I Vanderkelen, M van Tiel, L Compagno, ...
EGU24, 2024
2024
Future glacier and runoff evolution in the Tien Shan mountains
L Van Tricht, H Zekollari, D Farinotti, M Huss, L Compagno, P Huybrechts
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU-13056, 2023
2023
Anticipating future ice-dammed lakes across High Mountain Asia
L Compagno, M Huss, H Zekollari, E Miles, D Farinotti
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU22-24, 2022
2022
Modelling the 3-D evolution of glaciers at regional to global scales: challenges and opportunities
H Zekollari, M Huss, L Compagno, F Pattyn, H Goelzer, S Lhermitte, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU22-4231, 2022
2022
Projected twenty-first century global glacier mass change using PyGEM and OGGM
D Rounce, F Maussion, R Hock, R Hugonnet, M Huss, D Brinkerhoff, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, C14A-07, 2021
2021
Converting geodetic ice volume to mass change: a global-scale assessment
M Huss, R Hugonnet, L Compagno, D Farinotti
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-2094, 2021
2021
Why 0.5° C matter for the future evolution of Alpine glaciers
L Compagno, S Eggs, M Huss, H Zekollari, D Farinotti
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-14637, 2021
2021
Brief communication: Do 1.0° C, 1.5° C or 2.0° C matter for the future evolution of Alpine glaciers?
L Compagno, S Eggs, M Huss, H Zekollari, D Farinotti
The Cryosphere Discussions, 1-9, 2021
2021
Supplement of Brief communication: Do 1.0, 1.5, or 2.0◦ C matter for the future evolution of Alpine glaciers?
L Compagno
2021
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