Journal Articles

  1. & Melt-under-cutting and buoyancy-driven calving from tidewater glaciers: new insights from discrete element and continuum model simulations. Journal of Glaciology 63(240), 691-702.
  2. & Ice and firn heterogeneity within Larsen C Ice Shelf from borehole optical televiewing. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface
  3. & Structure and evolution of the drainage system of a Himalayan debris-covered glacier, and its relationship with patterns of mass loss. The Cryosphere 11(5), 2247-2264.
  4. & Annual down-glacier drainage of lakes and water-filled crevasses at Helheim Glacier, southeast Greenland. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121(10), 1819-1833.
  5. & Massive subsurface ice formed by refreezing of ice-shelf melt ponds. Nature Communications 7, 11897
  6. & Stagnation and mass loss on a Himalayan debris-covered glacier: processes, patterns and rates. Journal of Glaciology 62(233), 467-485.
  7. & Ocean forcing of glacier retreat in the western Antarctic Peninsula. Science 353(6296), 283-286.
  8. & Extensive Retreat of Greenland Tidewater Glaciers, 2000–2010. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 47(3), 427-447.
  9. & Heterogeneity in Karakoram glacier surges. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 120(7), 1288-1300.
  10. & A new perspective on how humans assess their surroundings; derivation of head orientation and its role in ‘framing’ the environment. PeerJ 3, e908
  11. et. al. The glaciers climate change initiative: Methods for creating glacier area, elevation change and velocity products. Remote Sensing of Environment 162, 408-426.
  12. & Seasonal dynamic thinning at Helheim Glacier. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 415, 47-53.
  13. & The evolution of a submarine landform record following recent and multiple surges of Tunabreen glacier, Svalbard. Quaternary Science Reviews 108, 37-50.
  14. & Brief Communication: Newly developing rift in Larsen C Ice Shelf presents significant risk to stability. The Cryosphere 9(3), 1223-1227.
  15. et. al. The glaciers climate change initiative: Methods for creating glacier area, elevation change and velocity products. Remote Sensing of Environment 162, 408-426.
  16. & Calving rates at tidewater glaciers vary strongly with ocean temperature. Nature Communications 6, 8566
  17. & A new Antarctic Peninsula glacier basin inventory and observed area changes since the 1940s. Antarctic Science 26(06), 614-624.
  18. & Surface melt and ponding on Larsen C Ice Shelf and the impact of föhn winds. Antarctic Science 26(06), 625-635.
  19. & The structural and dynamic responses of Stange Ice Shelf to recent environmental change. Antarctic Science 26(06), 646-660.
  20. & Marine ice regulates the future stability of a large Antarctic ice shelf. Nature Communications 5
  21. & Glacier dynamics at Helheim and Kangerdlugssuaq glaciers, southeast Greenland, since the Little Ice Age. The Cryosphere 8(4), 1497-1507.
  22. & Modelling environmental influences on calving at Helheim Glacier in eastern Greenland. The Cryosphere 8(3), 827-841.
  23. & Brief Communication: On the magnitude and frequency of Khurdopin glacier surge events. The Cryosphere 8(2), 571-574.
  24. & Marine ice formation in a suture zone on the Larsen C Ice Shelf and its influence on ice shelf dynamics. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118(3), 1628-1640.
  25. & Satellite tracking large numbers of individuals to infer population level dispersal and core areas for the protection of an endangered species. Diversity and Distributions 19(7), 834-844.
  26. et. al. A Reconciled Estimate of Ice-Sheet Mass Balance. Science 338(6111), 1183-1189.
  27. & Response of debris-covered glaciers in the Mount Everest region to recent warming, and implications for outburst flood hazards. Earth-Science Reviews 114(1-2), 156-174.
  28. & A rapidly growing moraine-dammed glacial lake on Ngozumpa Glacier, Nepal. Geomorphology 145-146, 1
  29. & Stable dynamics in a Greenland tidewater glacier over 26 years despite reported thinning. Annals of Glaciology 53(60), 241-248.
  30. & Glacier dynamics over the last quarter of a century at Helheim, Kangerdlugssuaq and 14 other major Greenland outlet glaciers. The Cryosphere 6(5), 923-937.
  31. & Integrated electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) and self-potential (SP) techniques for assessing hydrological processes within glacial lake moraine dams. Journal of Glaciology 58(211), 849-858.
  32. & The response of Petermann Glacier, Greenland, to large calving events, and its future stability in the context of atmospheric and oceanic warming. Journal of Glaciology 58(208), 229-239.
  33. & Dynamics of tidewater surge-type glaciers in northwest Svalbard. Journal of Glaciology 58(207), 110
  34. & Basal crevasses in Larsen C Ice Shelf and implications for their global abundance. The Cryosphere 6(1), 113-123.
  35. & A new 100-m Digital Elevation Model of the Antarctic Peninsula derived from ASTER Global DEM: methods and accuracy assessment. Earth System Science Data 4(1), 129-142.
  36. & Karakoram glacier surge dynamics. Geophysical Research Letters 38(18), n/a
  37. & Warming of waters in an East Greenland fjord prior to glacier retreat: mechanisms and connection to large-scale atmospheric conditions. The Cryosphere 5(3), 701
  38. & Ocean regulation hypothesis for glacier dynamics in southeast Greenland and implications for ice sheet mass changes. Journal of Geophysical Research 115(F3)
  39. & Persistent iceberg groundings in the western Weddell Sea, Antarctica. Remote Sensing of Environment 114(2), 385
  40. & Present stability of the Larsen C ice shelf, Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of Glaciology 56(198), 593
  41. & Progress in satellite remote sensing of ice sheets. Progress in Physical Geography 33(4), 547
  42. & The location of the grounding zone of Evans Ice Stream, Antarctica, investigated using SAR interferometry and modelling. Annals of Glaciology 50(52), 35
  43. & Hydrologic response of the Greenland ice sheet: the role of oceanographic warming. Hydrological Processes 23(1), 7-30.
  44. & A cut-and-closure origin for englacial conduits in uncrevassed regions of polythermal glaciers. Journal of Glaciology 55(189), 66
  45. & Surface structure and stability of the Larsen C ice shelf, Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of Glaciology 55(191), 400
  46. & Englacial drainage systems formed by hydrologically driven crevasse propagation. Journal of Glaciology 55(191), 513-523.
  47. & Quantification of Everest region glacier velocities between 1992 and 2002, using satellite radar interferometry and feature tracking. Journal of Glaciology 55(192), 596-606.
  48. & Ice velocity and climate variations for Baltoro Glacier, Pakistan. Journal of Glaciology 55(194), 1061
  49. & Airborne SAR monitoring of tree growth in a coniferous plantation. International Journal of Remote Sensing 29(13), 3873
  50. & Modeling the refreezing of meltwater as superimposed ice on a high Arctic glacier: A comparison of approaches. Journal of Geophysical Research 112(F4)
  51. & The potential of satellite radar interferometry and feature tracking for monitoring flow rates of Himalayan glaciers. Remote Sensing of Environment 111(2-3), 172-181.
  52. & Acceleration in thinning rate on western Svalbard glaciers. Geophysical Research Letters 34(18)
  53. & Improvement of Satellite Radar Feature Tracking for Ice Velocity Derivation by Spatial Frequency Filtering. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 45(7), 2309-2318.
  54. & Fine-resolution remote-sensing and modelling of Himalayan catchment sustainability. Remote Sensing of Environment 107(3), 430-439.
  55. & Early recognition of glacial lake hazards in the Himalaya using remote sensing datasets. Global and Planetary Change 56(1-2), 137-152.
  56. & Positive mass balance during the late 20th century on Austfonna, Svalbard, revealed using satellite radar interferometry. Annals of Glaciology 46(1), 117-122.
  57. & DEM quality assessment for quantification of glacier surface change. Annals of Glaciology 46(1), 189-194.
  58. & Observations of forest stand top height and mean height from interferometric SAR and LiDAR over a conifer plantation at Thetford Forest, UK. International Journal of Remote Sensing 28(6), 1173-1197.
  59. & Rapid and synchronous ice-dynamic changes in East Greenland. Geophysical Research Letters 33(3)
  60. & Glacier surge dynamics of Sortebræ, east Greenland, from synthetic aperture radar feature tracking. Journal of Geophysical Research 110(F3)
  61. Seasonal variation in velocity before retreat of Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland. Geophysical Research Letters 32(8)
  62. & Modelling the impact of superimposed ice on the mass balance of an Arctic glacier under scenarios of future climate change. Annals of Glaciology 42(1), 277-283.
  63. & The 1999 and 2000 eruptions of Mount Cameroon: eruption behaviour and petrochemistry of lava. Bulletin of Volcanology 67(4), 388-390.
  64. & Classification of forest volume resources using ERS tandem coherence and JERS backscatter data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 25(4), 751-768.
  65. & Mapping urban change in the UK using satellite radar interferometry. Remote Sensing of Environment 87(1), 16-22.
  66. & Urban building height variance from multibaseline ERS coherence. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 41(9), 2022-2025.
  67. & Large-scale mapping of boreal forest in SIBERIA using ERS tandem coherence and JERS backscatter data. Remote Sensing of Environment 85(2), 125-144.
  68. & Is there a single surge mechanism? Contrasts in dynamics between glacier surges in Svalbard and other regions. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108(B5)
  69. & Estimation of tree growth in a conifer plantation over 19 years from multi-satellite L-band SAR. Remote Sensing of Environment 84(2), 184-191.
  70. & The initiation of glacier surging at Fridtjovbreen, Svalbard. Annals of Glaciology 36(1), 110-116.
  71. & ERS SAR feature-tracking measurement of outlet glacier velocities on a regional scale in East Greenland. Annals of Glaciology 36(1), 129-134.
  72. & Surge-related topographic change of the glacier Sortebrae, East Greenland, derived from synthetic aperture radar interferometry. Journal of Glaciology 49(166), 381-390.
  73. & Surface flow evolution throughout a glacier surge measured by satellite radar interferometry. Geophysical Research Letters 29(23), 10-1-10-4.
  74. & Glacier motion estimation using SAR offset-tracking procedures. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 40(11), 2384-2391.
  75. & Blue Reflectance Provides a Surrogate for Latewood Density of High-Latitude Pine Tree Rings. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 34(4), 450
  76. & Flood boundary delineation from synthetic aperture radar imagery using a statistical active contour model. International Journal of Remote Sensing 22
  77. & Repeat-Pass Interferometric Coherence Measurements of Disturbed Tropical Forest from JERS and ERS Satellites. Remote Sensing of Environment 73(3), 350-360.
  78. & Microwave observations of boreal forests in the NOPEX area of Sweden and a comparison with observations of a temperate plantation in the United Kingdom. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 98-99, 389-416.
  79. & Tropical Forest Biomass Density Estimation Using JERS-1 SAR: Seasonal Variation, Confidence Limits, and Application to Image Mosaics. Remote Sensing of Environment 63(2), 126-139.
  80. The effects of topography on mechanisms of radar backscatter from coniferous forest and upland pasture. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 36(5), 1830-1834.
  81. Correction of SAR imagery for variation in pixel scattering area caused by topography. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 36(1), 344-350.
  82. & Texture in airborne SAR imagery of tropical forest and its relationship to forest regeneration stage. International Journal of Remote Sensing 18(6), 1333-1349.
  83. & A study of the relationship between radar backscatter and regenerating tropical forest biomass for spaceborne SAR instruments. Remote Sensing of Environment 60(1), 1-13.
  84. & Exploratory study of the relationship between tropical forest regeneration stages and SIR-C L and C data. Remote Sensing of Environment 59(2), 180-190.
  85. & Familiar face recognition: A comparative study of a connectionist model and human performance. Neurocomputing 7(1), 3-27.
  86. & Modelling peripheral pre-attention and foveal fixation for search directed machine vision systems. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 1197
  87. & A real-time image acquisition and processing system for a risc-based microcomputer. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 1027

Conference Contributions

  1. & (2009). Relationships between tropical, temperate and boreal forest variables and palsar data. Presented at European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP,