Secretary, American Geophysical Union Ocean Sciences Section, Marine Geology and Geophysics division, 2008-2010
Ocean Sciences representative, 2008 Fall AGU Meeting Planning Committee, 2008
Participant, NRC Workshop: The Importance of Deep-Time Geological Records for Understanding Climate Change Impacts, Irvine, CA, May 5-6, 2008
Reviewer, U.S. Climate Change Science Program, Synthesis and Assessment Product 1.2, Past Climate Variability and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes, Jan - Feb, 2008
Reviewer, U.S. Climate Change Science Program, Synthesis and Assessment Product 3.4, The Potential for Abrupt Change in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, Oct - Nov, 2007
Member, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Roster of Experts
Instructor, MIT-WHOI Joint Program 2006 Marine Geophysics Seminar ICE!
Instructor, MIT-WHOI Joint Program G&G Student Seminar
Co-proponent, IODP drilling proposal 661-Full, Newfoundland Paleogene and Cretaecous sediment drifts: Deep sea circulation in a Greenhouse world
Co-proponent, IODP drilling proposal 595-Full3, Deep riser and non-riser drilling on the Indus Fan and Murray Ridge: Reconstructing erosion of Tibet, western Himalaya and the Karakoram from the detrital record
Geology & Geophysics Department Representative, WHOI Educational Council
Member, MIT/WHOI Joint Program, Joint Committee for Marine Geology and Geophysics
Member, WHOI Information Technology Advisory Committee
Administrator, Cretaceous Climate and Ocean Dynamics website (See USSSP/IODP Workshop report here.)
Administrator, Woods Hole Science and Technology Education Partnership Registry of Science Outreach
Volunteers (WHSTEP ROV)
Editorial board member, Geology
Steering committee member, 2005 NSF Workshop on Environmental Proxies
Scientific Planning Committee member, 7th International Symposium on the Cretaceous, Neuchatel, Switzerland, September, 2005
Bice, K. L., D. Birgel, P. A. Meyers, K. A. Dahl, K. Hinrichs, and R. D. Norris (2006), A multiple proxy and model study of Cretaceous upper ocean temperatures and atmospheric CO2 concentrations, Paleoceanography, 21, PA2002, doi:10.1029/2005PA001203. pdf
Bice, K. L., G. Layne and K. Dahl, 2005, The application of SIMS for measuring Mg/Ca in rare, delicate or altered planktonic foraminifera: Examples from the Holocene, Paleogene and Cretaceous, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 6, Q12P07, doi:10.1029/2005GC000974.pdf
Bice, K. L., and R. D. Norris, 2005, Data Report: Stable Isotope Ratios of Foraminifers from ODP Leg 207, Sites 1257, 1258, and 1260, and a Cleaning Procedure for Foraminifers in Organic-Rich Shales, ODP Leg 207 Scientific Results volume, available on-line here
Erbacher, J., D. Mosher, M. Malone, and the ODP Leg 207 Scientific Party, 2004, Drilling probes past carbon cycle perturbations on the Demerara Rise, Eos, 85, 57-63. pdf
Bice, K. L., B. T. Huber, and R. D. Norris, 2003, Extreme polar warmth during the Cretaceous greenhouse?: Paradox of the Late Turonian d18O record at DSDP Site 511, Paleoceanography, 18, doi: 10.1029/2002PA000848. pdf
Bice, K. L., T. J. Bralower, R. A. Duncan, B. T. Huber, R. M. Leckie, and B. B. Sageman, 2004, Cretaceous Climate-Ocean Dynamics: Future Directions for IODP, Report of a JOI-USSSP/NSF sponsored workshop, Florissant, Colorado, July, 2002. WORD document (downloadable, with links to figures)
Go to the Cretaceous Climate and Ocean Dynamics website.
Bice, K. L., and R. D. Norris, 2002, Possible Atmospheric CO2 extremes of the middle Cretaceous (late Albian-Turonian), Paleoceanography, 17, doi: 10.1029/2002PA000778. pdf
Clift, P., and K. L. Bice, 2002, Baked Alaska, Nature, 419, 129-130. pdf
Norris, R. D., K. L. Bice, E. A. Magno, and P. A. Wilson, 2002, Jiggling the tropical thermostat during the Cretaceous hot house, Geology, 30, 299-302. pdf
Bice, K. L., and J. Marotzke, 2001, Numerical evidence against reversed thermohaline circulation in the warm Paleocene/Eocene ocean, Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, 11529-11542. pdf
Hotinski, R. M., K. L. Bice, L. R. Kump, R. G. Najjar, and M. A. Arthur, 2001, Ocean stagnation and end-Permian anoxia, Geology, 29, 7-10. pdf
Tripati, A., J. C. Zachos, L. Marincovich, Jr., and K. L. Bice, 2001, Late Paleocene Arctic coastal climate inferred from molluscan stable and radiogenic isotope ratios, Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 170, 101-113. pdf
Bice, K. L., C. R. Scotese, D. Seidov, and E. J. Barron, 2000, Quantifying the role of geographic change in Cenozoic ocean heat transport using uncoupled atmosphere and ocean models, Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 161, 295-310. pdf (erratum)
Agustsdottir, A. M., E. J. Barron, K. L. Bice, et al., 1999, Storm activity in ancient climates: 1. The sensitivity of severe storms to climate forcing factors on geologic timescales, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 27,277-27,293. pdf
Agustsdottir, A. M., E. J. Barron, K. L. Bice, et al., 1999, Storm activity in ancient climates: 2. An analysis using climate simulations and sedimentary structures, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 27,295-27, 320. pdf
Feldmann, R. M., K. L. Bice, C. E. Schweitzer-Hopkins, E. W. Salva, and K. Pickford, 1998, Decapod crustaceans from the Eocene Castle Hayne Limestone, North Carolina: Paleoceanographic implications, Memoir 48, J. Paleontol., 72, 28 pp.
Bice, K. L., E. J. Barron, and W. H. Peterson, 1997, Continental runoff and early Cenozoic bottom-water sources, Geology, 25, 951-954. pdf
Bice, K. L., M. A. Arthur, and L. Marincovich, Jr., 1996, Paleocene Arctic Ocean shallow marine temperatures from mollusc stable isotopes, Paleoceanography, 11, 241-249. pdf
Chapters in Special Volumes
Bice, K. L., L. C. Sloan, and E. J. Barron, Comparison of early Eocene isotopic paleotemperatures and the three-dimensional OGCM temperature field: The potential for use of model-derived surface water d18O, in Warm Climates in Earth History, edited by B. T. Huber, K. G. MacLeod, and S. L. Wing, Cambridge University Press, 79-131, 2000.
Gibbs, M. T., K. L. Bice, G. Jenkins, E. J. Barron, and L. R. Kump, Glaciation in the early Paleozoic `greenhouse': The role of paleogeography and atmospheric CO2, in Warm Climates in Earth History, edited by B. T. Huber, K. G. MacLeod, and S. L. Wing, Cambridge University Press, 386-422, 2000.
Bice, K. L., E. J. Barron, and W. H. Peterson, Reconstruction of realistic Early Eocene paleobathymetry and ocean GCM sensitivity to specified basin configuration, in Tectonic Boundary Conditions for Climate Reconstructions, edited by T. Crowley and K. Burke, Oxford University Press, 227-247, 1998. pdf
Moore, G. T., E. J. Barron, K. L. Bice, and D. N.Hayashida, Paleoclimatic controls on Neocomian-Barremian (Early Cretaceous) lithostratigraphy in Northern Gondwana's rift lakes interpreted from a General Circulation Model, in Paleogeography, Paleoclimate, and Source Rocks, edited by A. Y. Huc, AAPG Studies in Geology 40, 173-189, 1995.
Bice, K., I. Buynevich, S. Das, J. Donnelly, and R. Schmidt, 2004, Abrupt climate change: What's after the day after tomorrow?, Available on-line here.
Bice, K. L., 1997, Using geology to engage young minds in science, GSA Today, November 1997, p. 13-15. pdf
MIT/WHOI Joint Program Academic Program Activities
Geology & Geophysics Department Representative, WHOI Educational Council, 2007-2009
Member, MIT/WHOI Joint Committee for Marine Geology and Geophysics, 2002-2009
Department Representative, MIT/WHOI Joint Program Admissions Advisory Committee, 2004-2006
Course Instructor and student advisor, 1999-2007
Speaker, Summer Student Fellow Lecture Series, 2002, 2003, 2006
Discussion leader, Summer Student Fellow seminar, Ethical Challenges in Science, 2002-2007
MIT-WHOI Joint Program Courses 12.753 - Marine Geodynamics Seminar, ICE!, Spring semester, 2006 (Iceland field trip organizer and co-leader, 25 participants, June 2006)
12.751 - Seminar in Marine Geology and Geophysics, Fall semesters, 2000-2005
12.707 - Pre-Pleistocene Paleoceanography, Spring 2001
WHOI Undergraduate Summer Student Fellows: Takako Noda (project advisor, 2001), Elizabeth Magno (project advisor, 1999)
Subject of a video in the Sant Ocean Hall, Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History
Instructor, "Climate Science for Teachers (MA science grades 6-10)" Woods Hole, August 2007
WHOI "Science Made Public" speaker series, "Climate Change at the Ends of the Earth" July 2007
Media contact for release of IPCC 4th Assessment Report - interviews with Baltimore Sun, USA Today, Falmouth Enterprise, Cape Cod Times, and NPR, January-April 2007
Radio program interviewee, "Climate Change" on Cape & Islands Radio (NPR), 7 February 2007
Guest teacher, Peebles Elementary School, Bourne, MA, January-February 2006
Designer and administrator of the Registry of Outreach Volunteers (ROV) for the Woods Hole Science and Technology Educational Partnership (http://www.whoi.edu/ccod/rov.html)
November 2005, Guest lecturer in Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, College of William & Mary Geology Dept.
April 5, 2005, Workshop leader on paleoclimatology for Falmouth (MA) High School science teachers.
February, 2005, worked with Bourne Middle School teachers to develop an applied math exercise using atmospheric CO2 records from NOAA monitoring stations.
June 2003, acted as co-organizer, lecturer and lab leader for a WHSTEP-sponsored middle and high school teacher short course titled Current Topics in Ocean Research.
April 2001, Host and lecturer for Franklin Academy (NY) Honors Science short course, Woods Hole and Provincetown, MA.
1991-2007: Classroom visits, weekend science workshops and summer science camps for 7-12 grades; 7-8 grade science project advisor at Lawrence Middle School, Falmouth Science Fair judge.