Browsing by Author "Tranter, Martyn"

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  • Stibal, Marek; Box, Jason; Cameron, Karen; Langen, Peter L.; Yallop, Marian L.; Mottram, Ruth H.; Khan, Alia L.; Molotch, Noah P.; Chrismas, Nathan A. M.; Quaglia, Filippo Calì; Remias, Daniel; Smeets, C. J. Paul; van den Broeke, Michiel R.; Ryan, Jonathan; Hubbard, Alun; Tranter, Martyn; Van As, Dirk; Ahlstrøm, Andreas P. (2017-11-28)
    Surface ablation of the Greenland ice sheet is amplified by surface darkening caused by light-absorbing impurities such as mineral dust, black carbon, and pigmented microbial cells. We present the first quantitative ...
  • Telling, Jon; Anesio, Alexandre Magno; Tranter, Martyn; Stibal, Marek; Hawkings, Jon; Irvine-Fynn, Tristram; Hodson, Andy; Butler, Catriona; Yallop, Marian; Wadham, Jemma (2012-03)
    There is current debate about whether the balance of photosynthesis and respiration has any impact on the net accumulation of organic matter on glacier surfaces. This study assesses controls on rates of net ecosystem ...
  • Huybrechts, P.; Wadham, J. L.; Munhoven, G.; Hodgkins, R.; Sharp, M. J.; Jones, I. W.; Hodson, A. J.; Brown, G. H.; Tranter, Martyn (2002-10-01)
    Chemical erosion in glacial environments is normally a consequence of chemical weathering reactions dominated by sulphide oxidation linked to carbonate dissolution and the carbonation of carbonates and silicates. Solute ...
  • Telling, Jon; Anesio, Alexandre Magno; Tranter, Martyn; Irvine-fynn, Tristram; Hodson, Andy; Butler, Catriona; Wadham, Jemma (2011-09)
    Glacier surfaces contain a wide diversity of microorganisms and can host a range of microbial activities. However, microbial nutrient cycling on glaciers is poorly understood. This study is the first to document nitrogen ...