Browsing by Author "Tranter, M."

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  • Tranter, M.; Sharp, M. J.; Lamb, H. R.; Brown, G. H.; Hubbard, B. P.; Willis, I. C. (2002-04-15)
    Waters were sampled from 17 boreholes at Haut Glacier d'Arolla during the 1993 and 1994 ablation seasons. Three types of concentrated subglacial water were identified, based on the relative proportions of Ca2+, HCO3- and ...
  • Telling, J.; Anesio, Alexandre Magno; Hawkings, J.; Tranter, M.; Wadham, J.l.; Hodson, A.j.; Irvine-Fynn, T.; Yallop, M.l. (2010-12-01)
    Photosynthesis by microbes on the surfaces of glaciers and ice sheets has the potential to fix carbon, alter the albedo of ice surfaces via the production of organic matter and so enhance ice melt. It could also be important ...
  • Mikucki, J. A.; Lee, P. A.; Ghosh, D.; Purcell, A. M.; Mitchell, Andrew; Mankoff, K. D.; Fisher, A. T.; Tulaczyk, S.; Carter, S.; Siegfried, M. R.; Fricker, H. A.; Hodson, T.; Coenen, J.; Powell, R.; Scherer, R.; Vick-Majors, T.; Achberger, A. A.; Christner, B. C.; Tranter, M. (2015-12-14)
    Liquid water occurs below glaciers and ice sheets globally, enabling the existence of an array of aquatic microbial ecosystems. In Antarctica, large subglacial lakes are present beneath hundreds to thousands of metres of ...