- Working on IPY data management efforts
- Studying changes in freeze/thaw cycle, permafrost dynamics, and hydrology in the Russian Arctic
- Researching twentieth century sea ice in Eurasian Arctic from Russian and modern data sources
- Writing a book on "The Cryosphere: Past, present and future" for Cambridge University Press supported by a Humboldt Fellowship Award at the Kommission fur Glaziologie, Bavarian Academy of Sciences, Munich (May-Oct 2009,Aug-Oct 2010 and Aug-Oct 2011).
Barry, R.G., and Chorley, R.J. (2010). Atmosphere, Weather and Climate. 9th edition, Routledge, London. 516 pp.
Barry, R.G. (2008). Mountain Weather and Climate. 3rd edition, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 506 pp .
Mahoney,A.R., Barry, R.G., Smolyanitsky, V. and Fetterer, F. (2008). Observed sea ice extent in the Russian Arctic, 1933-2006. J. Geophys. Res. (Oceans)113: C11005, 11 pp.
Barry, R.G. (2006). The status of research on glaciers and global glacier recession: A Review. Progr. in Phys. Geogr. 30(3): 285-306.
Serreze, M.C., and Barry, R.G. (2005). The Arctic Climate System. Cambridge University Press, 385 pp.
Publications updated February 2010
Roger stepped down as Director of NSIDC in April 2008. He went to half time in January 2009 (through Dec 2010). The World Data Center library was named the Roger G. Barry Resource Office for Cryospheric Studies (ROCS). Roger was awarded a Humboldt Fellowship for Geophysics for 2009-10 and will spend mid-May - early November at the Glaciology Commission of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences in Munich, Germany. He took an Upper Division German language class in the Fall and is currently taking "Germany in an integrating Europe."
"What's New" updated February 2009