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  • Harrison, Stephan; Glasser, Neil F.; Winchester, Vanessa; Haresign, Eleanor; Warren, Charles; Duller, Geoffrey Alastair Thomas; Bailey, Richard; Ivy-Ochs, Susan; Jansson, Krister; Kubik, Peter (2008-06-01)
    Glaciar León is a temperate, grounded outlet of the eastern North Patagonian Icefield (NPI). It terminates at an active calving margin in Lago Leones, a 10 km long proglacial lake. We take a multidisciplinary approach to ...
  • Harrison, Stephan; Glasser, Neil F.; Winchester, Vanessa; Haresign, Eleanor; Warren, Charles; Duller, Geoffrey Alastair Thomas; Bailey, Richard; Ivy-Ochs, Susan; Jansson, Krister; Kubik, Peter (2008-06-01)
    Glaciar León is a temperate, grounded outlet of the eastern North Patagonian Icefield (NPI). It terminates at an active calving margin in Lago Leones, a 10 km long proglacial lake. We take a multidisciplinary approach to ...
  • Irvine-Fynn, Tristram; Hubbard, Bryn (Wiley, 2016)
  • Brown, G. H. (2011-09-06)
    Glacierised areas present an ideal environment in which to study water-rock interaction, since chemical weathering rates are high and anthropogenic impacts are often minimal. Detailed investigations of meltwater quality ...
  • Brown, G. H. (2011-09-06)
    Glacierised areas present an ideal environment in which to study water-rock interaction, since chemical weathering rates are high and anthropogenic impacts are often minimal. Detailed investigations of meltwater quality ...
  • Hodson, Andy; Anesio, Alexandre Magno; Ng, Felix; Watson, Rory; Quirk, Joe; Irvine-fynn, Tristram; Dye, Adrian; Clark, Chris; McCloy, Patrick; Kohler, Jack; Sattler, Birgit (2007-12)
    This paper quantifies the mass distribution of cryoconite at the glacier scale using photographic surveys conducted either at ground level, or at 20 m elevation using a novel uninhabited aerial vehicle (UAV). Image acquisition ...
  • Hodson, Andy; Anesio, Alexandre Magno; Ng, Felix; Watson, Rory; Quirk, Joe; Irvine-fynn, Tristram; Dye, Adrian; Clark, Chris; McCloy, Patrick; Kohler, Jack; Sattler, Birgit (2007-12)
    This paper quantifies the mass distribution of cryoconite at the glacier scale using photographic surveys conducted either at ground level, or at 20 m elevation using a novel uninhabited aerial vehicle (UAV). Image acquisition ...
  • Xu, Xiangke; Glasser, Neil (2015)
    Glaciers respond sensitively to climate change and paleoclimate conditions can be inferred from the geomorphic evidence by reconstructing equilibrium line altitude (ELA) and by modeling glacier mass balance and ice flow. ...
  • Hubbard, Bryn; Souness, Colin James; Brough, Stephen (2014-11-05)
    More than 1300 glacier-like forms (GLFs) are located in Mars' mid-latitudes. These GLFs are predominantly composed of ice–dust mixtures and are visually similar to terrestrial valley glaciers, showing signs of downhill ...
  • Chauche, Nolwenn (Aberystwyth University, 2016)
    Accurate forecasting of the Greenland Ice Sheet’s contribution to global sea-level rise requires detailed knowledge of the processes in action at marine-terminating glaciers and their sensitivity to the controls that ...
  • Hambrey, Michael John; Bamber, Jonathan; Christoffersen, Poul; Glasser, Neil Franklin; Hubbard, Alun Lloyd; Hubbard, Bryn Pugh; Larter, Robert (2010-06)
    As glaciologists and glacial geologists, we respond to the article “Glaciers – science and nonsense” by Cliff Ollier in the March issue of Geoscientist1 . We believethat the standfirst of this piece, which states that the ...
  • Hambrey, Michael John; Bamber, Jonathan; Christoffersen, Poul; Glasser, Neil Franklin; Hubbard, Alun Lloyd; Hubbard, Bryn Pugh; Larter, Robert (2010-06)
    As glaciologists and glacial geologists, we respond to the article “Glaciers – science and nonsense” by Cliff Ollier in the March issue of Geoscientist1 . We believethat the standfirst of this piece, which states that the ...
  • Hambrey, Michael J.; Glasser, Neil F. (Wiley, 1999)
    The interpretation of glacigenic diamictons is a subjective process, for which quantitative support is frequently sought from parameters such as clast shape and fabric. It has been widely suggested that different glacigenic ...
  • Hambrey, Michael J.; Glasser, Neil F. (1999-03)
    The interpretation of glacigenic diamictons is a subjective process, for which quantitative support is frequently sought from parameters such as clast shape and fabric. It has been widely suggested that different glacigenic ...
  • Hambrey, Michael J.; Glasser, Neil F. (1999-03)
    The interpretation of glacigenic diamictons is a subjective process, for which quantitative support is frequently sought from parameters such as clast shape and fabric. It has been widely suggested that different glacigenic ...
  • Cook, Simon J.; Knight, Peter G. (2009-08-26)
    In this progress report we review recent work which has investigated the process of glaciohydraulic supercooling and its significance for a range of glaciological and geological phenomena. Since our last report (Knight and ...
  • S. J.; P. G. (2008-02-19)
  • Cook, Simon J.; Knight, Peter G. (2009-08-26)
    In this progress report we review recent work which has investigated the process of glaciohydraulic supercooling and its significance for a range of glaciological and geological phenomena. Since our last report (Knight and ...
  • Cook, S. J.; Knight, P. G. (2008-02-19)
  • Lardeux, Pierre; Glasser, Neil; Holt, Tom; Hubbard, Bryn (2016-06-17)
    This paper presents and describes a glaciological and geomorphological map of Glacier Noir and Glacier Blanc, French Alps. Glacier Noir is a debris-covered glacier and is adjacent to Glacier Blanc, a clean-ice (debris-free) ...