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  • Krabbendam, Maarten; Glasser, Neil Franklin (2011-07)
    Subglacial erosion beneath glaciers occurs predominantly by abrasion and plucking, producing distinct erosional forms. The controls on the relative importance of abrasion vs. plucking are poorly understood. On the one hand, ...
  • Glasser, Neil F.; Bennett, M. R. (John Wiley, London, 2009-07)
    The new Second Edition of Glacial Geology provides a modern, comprehensive summary of glacial geology and geomorphology. It is has been thoroughly revised and updated from the original First Edition. This book will appeal ...
  • Glasser, Neil Franklin; Jansson, Krister N.; Harrison, Stephan; Kleman, Johan (2008-02-01)
    This paper presents new mapping of the glacial geomorphology of southern South America between latitudes 38°S and 56°S, approximately the area covered by the former Patagonian Ice Sheets. Glacial geomorphological features, ...
  • Gilmour, M. A.; Gibbard, P. L.; Hughes, P. D.; Smith, G. R.; Woodward, J. C.; Macklin, Mark G. (2006)
    Geomorphological evidence for Pleistocene glaciation has been mapped in the Pindus Mountains of northwest Greece, and the chronology of glaciation in this area has been established through soil profile analysis and U-series ...
  • Harrison, Stephan; Glasser, Neil F.; Winchester, Vanessa; Haresign, Eleanor; Warren, Charles; Jansson, Krister N. (2006)
    Geomorphological mapping, sedimentology, lichenometry and dendrochronology were used to assess the nature and timing of glacier recession, moraine development and catastrophic mass movements in a tributary of the Leones ...
  • Jansson, Krister N.; Glasser, Neil F. (2008-09-01)
    This paper describes The Glacial Map of southern South America. This is a new map of the glacial geomorphology of southern South America between latitudes 38 S and 56 S, approximately the area covered by the former Patagonian ...
  • Hambrey, Michael J.; Etienne, J. L.; Glasser, Neil F. (2008)
    This article presents the results of a geomorphological and sedimentological investigation of former glacial meltwater drainage in the region of the lower Afon Teifi, one of the major rivers of southwest Wales. Former ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 M.; 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 ...
  • 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. (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. (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 ...
  • Cook, S. J.; Knight, 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 ...
  • Meyrick, Robert Kendall (National Library of Wales, 1991)
  • Glamis 
    Cowan, Alexander Allan; Griffiths, Irene Mary; Marshall, Athole Hay; Thomas, Glanmor Llewelyn (2012)
  • Haycock, Marged (University of Exeter Press, 2011-05-31)
  • Marchi, James; Blana, Dimitra; Chadwick, Edward K. (2013-05)
    This study aimed to compare glenohumeral stability during functional tasks in subjects with previous dislocation injury against non-injured controls. Six subjects with previous injury and six controls were asked to complete ...
  • Crocker, Matthew; Saadoun, Samira; Jury, Alexa; Jones, Chris; Zacharoulis, Stergios; Zwiggelaar, Reyer; Bridges, Leslie R.; Bell, B. Anthony; Papadopoulos, Marios C. (2012-05-05)
    Tumor vasculature is a promising therapeutic target in glioblastoma. Imaging tumor blood flow may help assess the efficacy of anti-angiogenic treatments. We determined the clinical usefulness of stable xenon CT performed ...

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