Published in academic journals:

*Starred names are supervised undergraduate or graduate students

Larocca, L.J., Twinning-Ward, M., Axford, Y., Schweinsberg, A., Larsen, S.H., Westergaard-Nielsen, A., Luetzenburg, G., Briner, J.P., Kjeldssen, K.K., and Bjørk, A.A. 2023. Greenland-wide accelerated retreat of peripheral glaciers in the twenty-first century. Nature Climate Change 13, 1324-1328. 

*Brooks, J.P., Larocca, L.J., and Axford, Y. 2022. Little Ice Age climate in South Greenland inferred from quantitative geospatial analyses of alpine glacier reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews, 293, p.107701.

Larocca, L.J. and Axford, Y. 2022. Arctic glaciers and ice caps through the Holocene: A circumpolar synthesis of lakebased reconstructions. Climate of the Past, 18, p.579-606.

Larocca, L.J., Axford, Y., Woodroffe, S.A., Lasher, G.E, and Gawin, B. 2020. Holocene glacier and ice cap fluctuations in southwest Greenland inferred from two lake records. Quaternary Science Reviews, 246, p.106529.

Larocca, L.J., Axford, Y., Bjørk, A., Lasher, G.E., and *Brooks, J.P. 2020. Local glaciers record delayed peak Holocene warmth in South Greenland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 241, p.106421.

Lasher, G.E., Axford, Y., Masterson, A.L., Berman, K. and Larocca, L.J. 2020. Holocene temperature and landscape history of southwest Greenland inferred from isotope and geochemical lake sediment proxies. Quaternary Science Reviews, 239, p.106358.

In press, review, revision, or preparation:

Larocca, L.J., Lea, J.M., Erb, M.P, McKay, N.P., *Phillips, M., Lamantia, K., and Kaufman, D.S. Arctic glacier snowline altitudes rise 150 meters over the last four decades. Preprint/In review. The Cryosphere.

Lamantia, K.A., Larocca, L.J., Thompson, L.G., Mark, B. El Niño enhances snowline rise and ice loss on the world’s largest tropical ice cap. Preprint/In review. The Cryosphere.