2001 Publications

Arthern, R.J., Wingham, D.J. and Ridout, A.L., 2001. “Controls on ERS altimeter measurements over ice sheets: Footprint-scale topography, backscatter fluctuations, and the dependence of microwave penetration depth on satellite orientation”. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106 D4, 33,471-33484.
Bamber, J.L., Ekholm, S. and Krabill, W.B., 2001. “A new, high-resolution digital elevation model of Greenland fully validated with airborne laser altimeter data”. Journal of Geophysical Research, Solid Earth, 106 B4, 6733-6745.
Bamber, J.L., Layberry, R.L. and S.P. Gogenini. 2001. “A new ice thickness and bedrock elevation data set for Greenland, part I”. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106 (D24), 33,773-33,780.
Bindschadler, R., Bamber, J.L. and Anandakrishnan, S., 2001. “Onset of Streaming Flow in West Antarctica”. In: The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Behavior and Environment, (Eds. R.B. Alley and R.A. Bindschadler) American Geophysical Union, Antarctic Research Series, 77, 123-136.
Bindschadler, R., Dowdeswell, J.A., Hall, D. and Winther, J.-G., 2001. “Glaciological applications with Landsat-7: early assessments”. Remote Sensing of Environment, 78, 163-179.
Booker, D.J., Sear, D.A, and Payne, A.J., 2001. “Modelling three-dimensional flow structures and patterns of boundary shear stress in a natural pool-riffle sequence”. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 26, 553-576.
Carlotti, P. and Hunt, J.C.R., 2001. “Spectra of turbulence in boundary layers near the ground”. Proceedings 8th Euro Turb. Conf., Barcelona, 307-310, Kluwer.
Carlotti, P. and Hunt, J.C.R., 2001. “Statistical structre at the wall of the high Reynolds number turbulent boundary layer”. J. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, XX, 1-23.
Cawkwell, F.G.L., Bamber, J.L. and Muller, J.-P., 2001. “Determination of cloud top amount and altitude at high latitudes”. Geophys. Res. Letts., 28(9), 1675-1678.
Childers, V.A., McAdoo, D.C., Brozena, J.M. and Laxon, S.W., 2001. “New gravity data in the Arctic Ocean: Comparison of airborne and ERS gravity”. Journal of Geophysical Research, Solid Earth, 106 B5, 8871-8886.
Cullen, R.A. and Moore, P., 2001. “A spectral optimally interpolated mean sea surface from satellite radar altimetry”. Journal of Geodesy, 75(4), 188-198.
Davila, J. and Hunt, J.C.R., 2001. “Settling of small particles near vortices and in turbulence”. J. Fluid Mech., 440, 117-145.
Davis, C.H., McConnell, J.R., Bolzan, J., Bamber, J.L. and Thomas, R.H., 2001. “Elevation Change of the Southern Greenland Ice Sheet from 1978 to 1988: Interpretation”. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106 (D24), 33,743-33,754 .
Dowdeswell, J.A., Ó Cofaigh, C., Andrews, J.T. and Scourse, J.D., 2001. “Debris transported by icebergs and its palaeoenvironmental implications”. EOS, 82(35), 382-386.
Fahnestock, M., and Bamber, J.L., 2001. Morphology and Surface Characteristics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. In: The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Behavior and Environment, (Eds. R.B. Alley and R.A. Bindschadler) American Geophysical Union, Antarctic Research Series, 77, 13-28.
Feltham, D.L. and Garside, J., 2001. “Analytical and numerical solutions describing the inward solidification of a binary melt”. Chemical Engineering Science, 56(7), 2357-2370.
Hanna, E. and Bamber, J.L., 2001. Derivation and optimisation of a new Antarctic sea ice time series. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 22(1), 113-139.
Hulbe, C.L. and Payne, A.J., 2001. “The contribution of numerical modelling to our understanding of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet”. Antarctic Research Series, 77, 201-220.
Hunt, J.C.R. and Galmiche, M. 2001. “Dynamics of layers in geophysical flows”. In: Fluid Mechanics and the Environment: Dynamical Approaches, (Ed. J.L. Lumley), Springer, 121-150.
Hunt, J.C.R., Olafsson, H. and Bougeault, P., 2001. “Coriolis Effects on orographic and mesoscale flows”. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 121, 601-633.
Hunt J.C.R., Sandham, N., Vassilicos, J.C., Launder, B.E., Monkewitz, P.A. and Hewitt, G.F., 2001. “Developments in turbulence research: a review based on the 1999 Programme of the Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge”. J. Fluid Mech., 436, 353-391.
Joughin, I.R., Fahnestock M., MacAyeal, D., Bamber, J.L., 2001. “Observation and flow of the largest Greenland ice stream”. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106 (D24), 34,021-34,034.
Layberry, R.L. and Bamber, J.L., 2001. “A new ice thickness and bedrock elevation data set for Greenland, part II: relationship between dynamics and basal topography”. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106 (D24), 33,781-33,788.
Ó Cofaigh, C. and, Dowdeswell, J.A., 2001. “Laminated sediments in glacimarine environments: diagnostic criteria for their interpretation”. Quaternary Science Reviews, 20(13), 1411-1436.
Ó Cofaigh, C., Dowdeswell, J.A. and Pudsey, C.J., 2001. “Late Quaternary iceberg-rafting along the Antarctic Peninsula continental rise and in the Weddell and Scotia seas”. Quaternary Research, 56(3), 308-321.
Ó Cofaigh, C., Dowdeswell, J.A. and Grobe, H., 2001. “Holocene glacimarine sedimentation, inner Scoresby Sund, East Greenland: the influence of fast-flowing ice sheet outlet glaciers”. Marine Geology, 175, 103-129.
Shepherd, A., Wingham, D.J., Mansley, J.A.D. and Corr, H.F.J., 2001. “Inland thinning of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica”. Science, 291:(5505), 862-864.
Siegert, M.J., 2001. Ice sheets and late Quaternary environmental change. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. (Details of the book’s contents can be found here.)
Siegert, M.J., 2001. “Comments on ‘Calculating the basal thermal zones beneath the Antarctic ice sheet’ by Wilch, E. and Hughes, T.J.”. Journal of Glaciology, 47, 159-160.
Siegert, M.J., Eyers, R.D. and Tabacco, I., 2001. “Three-dimensional ice-sheet structure around Dome C, central East Antarctica: implications for the interpretation of the EPICA ice core”. Antarctic Science, 13, 182-187.
Siegert, M.J. and Payne, T., 2001. “Validation of ice sheet models”. In: Model validation in hydrological science (Eds. Anderson, M.G. and Bates, P.D.). John Wiley and Sons Ltd. Chichester, England, 439-460.
Siegert, M.J. and Marsiat, I., 2001. “Numerical modelling of LGM climate in the Eurasian High Arctic”. Quaternary Science Reviews, 20(15), 1595-1605.
Siegert, M.J. and Ellis-Evans, J.C., Tranter, M., Mayer, C., Petit, J.-R., Salamatin, A. and Priscu, J.C., 2001. “Physical, chemical and biological proceses in Lake Vostok and other Antarctic subglacial lakes”. Nature, 414, 603-609.
Siegert, M.J. and Fujita, S., 2001. “Internal ice-sheet radar layer profiles and thier relation to reflection mechanisms between Dome C and the Transantarctic Mountains”. Journal of Glaciology, 47, 205.212.
Stocker, T.F. and 67 other authors (including Payne, A.J.), 2001. “Physical Climate Processes and Feedbacks”. In: Climate change 2001: the scientific basis, Houghton, J.T., et. al., Cambridge University Press, 427-470.
Turner, J., Connolley, W., Cresswell, D. and Harangozo, S., 2001. “The simulation of Antarctic sea ice in the Hadley Centre Climate Model (HadCM3)”. Annals of Glaciology, 33, 585-591.
Westerweel, J., Hofmann, T., Fukushima, C. and Hunt, J.C.R., 2001. “Experimental investigation of the turbulent/non-turbulent interface at the outer boundary of a shelf-similar turbulent jet”. 4th International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry, Göttingen, Germany, September 17-19, 2001. PIV’01 Paper 1053.
Wilchinsky, A.V., 2001. “Studying ice sheet stability using the method of separation of variables”. Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, 94, 15-45.
Wilchinsky, A.V. and Chugunov, V.A., 2001. “Modelling ice flow in various glacier zones”. PMM Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 65(3): 479-493.
Wilchinsky, A.V. and Hutter, K., 2001. “On thermodynamic consistency of turbulent closures”. Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 15(1), 23-33.
Wilchinsky, A.V., Faria, S.H. and Hutter, K., 2001. “Thermodynamic modelling of polymer solutions with molecular form birefringence”. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 99(1), 57-77.
Williams, M. and Dowdeswell, J.A., 2001. “Historical fluctuations of the Matusevich Ice Shelf, Severnaya Zemlya, Russian High Arctic”. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 33(2), 211-222.