October 5, 2017 was a great day - It was the day, the paper I first-authored was published in Nature.
Here's Editor Michael White's summary of our work:
"Climate change has the potential to erode coastlines, for example as a result of increased wave activity, but the net effect depends on the balance between creative and destructive forces. Mette Bendixen and colleagues show that deltas in southwestern Greenland have grown over the past few decades, following a period of stability in the mid-twentieth century. The delta expansions occurred during periods of reduced sea ice and increased melt from the Greenland Ice Sheet. Although many coastlines remain under threat, these findings reveal the intimate interactions that arise in a warming climate. A loss of ice seems to lead to increased sediment delivery, which has resulted in the expansion, rather than degradation, of Greenland's deltas."
You can read the article HERE