C3W Cryosphere and Climate Change bibliography 2010 – 2011

C3W employed scientists and those working in C3W Institutions and linked to C3W research themes

1 Barrand, N. E., James, T. D. & Murray, T. Spatio-temporal variability in elevation

changes of two high-Arctic valley glaciers. Journal of Glaciology 56, 771-780,

doi:10.3189/002214310794457362 (2010).

2 Bartholomew, I. et al. Seasonal evolution of subglacial drainage and acceleration in a

Greenland outlet glacier. Nature Geoscience 3, 408-411, doi:10.1038/ngeo863 (2010).

3 Bentley, M. J. et al. Deglacial history of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet in the Weddell Sea

embayment: Constraints on past ice volume change. Geology 38, 411-414,

doi:10.1130/g30754.1 (2010).

4 Bigg, G. R. et al. Last glacial ice-rafted debris off southwestern Europe: the role of the

British-Irish Ice Sheet. Journal of Quaternary Science 25, 689-699, doi:10.1002/jqs.1345


5 Booth, A. D., Clark, R. & Murray, T. Semblance response to a ground-penetrating radar

wavelet and resulting errors in velocity analysis. Near Surface Geophysics 8, 235-246,

doi:10.3997/1873-0604.2010008 (2010).

6 Cofaigh, C. O., Evans, D. J. A. & Hiemstra, J. F. Formation of a stratified subglacial ’till’

assemblage by ice-marginal thrusting and glacier overriding. Boreas 40, 1-14,

doi:10.1111/j.1502-3885.2010.00177.x (2011).

7 Cook, S. J., Graham, D. J., Swift, D. A., Midgley, N. G. & Adam, W. G. Sedimentary

signatures of basal ice formation and their preservation in ice-marginal sediments.

Geomorphology 125, 122-131, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.08.018 (2011).

8 Cook, S. J. et al. Role of glaciohydraulic supercooling in the formation of stratified facies

basal ice: Svinafellsjokull and Skaftafellsjokull, southeast Iceland. Boreas 39, 24-38,

doi:10.1111/j.1502-3885.2009.00112.x (2010).

9 Cook, S. J., Swift, D. A., Graham, D. J. & Midgley, N. G. Origin and significance of

‘dispersed fades’ basal ice: Svinafellsjokull, Iceland. Journal of Glaciology 57, 710-720


10 Edwards, A. et al. Possible interactions between bacterial diversity, microbial activity

and supraglacial hydrology of cryoconite holes in Svalbard. Isme Journal 5, 150-160,

doi:10.1038/ismej.2010.100 (2011).

11 Fischer, U. H. et al. Modelling ice-bed coupling during a glacier speed-up event: Haut

Glacier d’Arolla, Switzerland. Hydrological Processes 25, 1361-1372,

doi:10.1002/hyp.7895 (2011).

12 Glasser, N. F., Harrison, S., Jansson, K. N., Anderson, K. & Cowley, A. Global sea-level

contribution from the Patagonian Icefields since the Little Ice Age maximum. Nature

Geoscience 4, 303-307, doi:10.1038/ngeo1122 (2011).

13 Glasser, N. F. et al. From ice-shelf tributary to tidewater glacier: continued rapid

recession, acceleration and thinning of Rohss Glacier following the 1995 collapse of the

Prince Gustav Ice Shelf, Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of Glaciology 57, 397-406 (2011).

14 Golledge, N., Hubbard, A. & Bradwell, T. Influence of seasonality on glacier mass

balance, and implications for palaeoclimate reconstructions. Climate Dynamics 35, 757-

770, doi:10.1007/s00382-009-0616-6 (2010).

15 Green, J. A. M. Ocean tides and resonance. Ocean Dynamics 60, 1243-1253,

doi:10.1007/s10236-010-0331-1 (2010).

16 Gusmeroli, A. et al. Seismic wave attenuation in the uppermost glacier ice of

Storglaciaren, Sweden. Journal of Glaciology 56, 249-256 (2010).

17 Gusmeroli, A. et al. Vertical distribution of water within the polythermal Storglaciaren,

Sweden. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface 115, doi:F04002

10.1029/2009jf001539 (2010).

18 Hambrey, M. J. & Fitzsimons, S. J. Development of sediment-landform associations at

cold glacier margins, Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Sedimentology 57, 857-882,

doi:10.1111/j.1365-3091.2009.01123.x (2010).

19 Harrison, S., Glasser, N., Anderson, E., Ivy-Ochs, S. & Kubik, P. W. Late Pleistocene

mountain glacier response to North Atlantic climate change in southwest Ireland.

Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 3948-3955, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.09.015 (2010).

20 Harrison, S., Glasser, N., Anderson, E., Ivy-Ochs, S. & Kubik, P. W. Late Pleistocene

mountain glacier response to North Atlantic climate change in southwest Ireland.

Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 3948-3955, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.09.015 (2010).

21 Heyman, J. et al. Palaeoglaciology of Bayan Har Shan, NE Tibetan Plateau: exposure

ages reveal a missing LGM expansion. Quaternary Science Reviews 30, 1988-2001,

doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.05.002 (2011).

22 Hughes, A. L. C., Clark, C. D. & Jordan, C. J. Subglacial bedforms of the last British Ice

Sheet. Journal of Maps, 543-563, doi:10.4113/jom.2010.1111 (2010).

23 Hughes, A. L. C., Greenwood, S. L. & Clark, C. D. Dating constraints on the last British-

Irish Ice Sheet: a map and database. Journal of Maps, 156-184,

doi:10.4113/jom.2011.1145 (2011).

24 Irvine-Fynn, T. D. L., Barrand, N. E., Porter, P. R., Hodson, A. J. & Murray, T. Recent

High-Arctic glacial sediment redistribution: A process perspective using airborne lidar.

Geomorphology 125, 27-39, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.08.012 (2011).

25 Irvine-Fynn, T. D. L., Bridge, J. W. & Hodson, A. J. In situ quantification of supraglacial

cryoconite morphodynamics using time-lapse imaging: an example from Svalbard.

Journal of Glaciology 57, 651-657 (2011).

26 Jansen, D. et al. Present stability of the Larsen C ice shelf, Antarctic Peninsula. Journal

of Glaciology 56, 593-600 (2010).

27 Jansson, K. N. et al. Using a GIS filtering approach to replicate patterns of glacial

erosion. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36, 408-418, doi:10.1002/esp.2056


28 King, M. A., Murray, T. & Smith, A. M. Non-linear responses of Rutford Ice Stream,

Antarctica, to semi-diurnal and diurnal tidal forcing. Journal of Glaciology 56, 167-176


29 Kleman, J. et al. North American Ice Sheet build-up during the last glacial cycle, 115-21

kyr. Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 2036-2051, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.04.021


30 Luckman, A., Padman, L. & Jansen, D. Persistent iceberg groundings in the western

Weddell Sea, Antarctica. Remote Sensing of Environment 114, 385-391,

doi:10.1016/j.rse.2009.09.009 (2010).

31 Matthews, J. A. & Winkler, S. Schmidt-hammer exposure-age dating (SHD): application

to early Holocene moraines and a reappraisal of the reliability of terrestrial cosmogenicnuclide

dating (TCND) at Austanbotnbreen, Jotunheimen, Norway. Boreas 40, 256-270,

doi:10.1111/j.1502-3885.2010.00178.x (2011).

32 Mayer, C., Fowler, A. C., Lambrecht, A. & Scharrer, K. A surge of North Gasherbrum

Glacier, Karakoram, China. Journal of Glaciology 57, 904-916 (2011).

33 McCarroll, D. et al. Exposure-age constraints on the extent, timing and rate of retreat of

the last Irish Sea ice stream. Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 1844-1852,

doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.04.002 (2010).

34 Murray, T. et al. Ocean regulation hypothesis for glacier dynamics in southeast

Greenland and implications for ice sheet mass changes. Journal of Geophysical

Research-Earth Surface 115, doi:F03026 10.1029/2009jf001522 (2010).

35 Murray, T. et al. Ocean regulation hypothesis for glacier dynamics in southeast

Greenland and implications for ice sheet mass changes. Journal of Geophysical

Research-Earth Surface 115, doi:F03026 10.1029/2009jf001522 (2010).

36 Murray, T. & Booth, A. D. Imaging glacial sediment inclusions in 3-D using groundpenetrating

radar at Kongsvegen, Svalbard. Journal of Quaternary Science 25, 754-761,

doi:10.1002/jqs.1351 (2010).

37 Quincey, D. J. et al. Karakoram glacier surge dynamics. Geophysical Research Letters

38, doi:L18504 10.1029/2011gl049004 (2011).

38 Reinardy, B. T. I., Hiemstra, J. F., Murray, T., Hillenbrand, C.-D. & Larter, R. D. Till

genesis at the bed of an Antarctic Peninsula palaeo-ice stream as indicated by

micromorphological analysis. Boreas 40, 498-517, doi:10.1111/j.1502-

3885.2010.00199.x (2011).

39 Reinardy, B. T. I. et al. Streaming flow of an Antarctic Peninsula palaeo-ice stream, both

by basal sliding and deformation of substrate. Journal of Glaciology 57, 596-608 (2011).

40 Roberson, S. & Hubbard, B. Application of borehole optical televiewing to investigating

the 3-D structure of glaciers: implications for the formation of longitudinal debris ridges,

midre Lovenbreen, Svalbard. Journal of Glaciology 56, 143-156 (2010).

41 Roberson, S., Hubbard, B., Coulson, H. R. & Boomer, I. Physical properties and

formation of flutes at a polythermal valley glacier: Midre Lovenbreen, Svalbard.

Geografiska Annaler Series a-Physical Geography 93A, 71-88, doi:10.1111/j.1468-

0459.2011.00420.x (2011).

42 Sanders, J. W., Cuffey, K. M., MacGregor, K. R., Kavanaugh, J. L. & Dow, C. F.

DYNAMICS OF AN ALPINE CIRQUE GLACIER. American Journal of Science 310,

753-773, doi:10.2475/08.2010.03 (2010).

43 Selmes, N., Murray, T. & James, T. D. Fast draining lakes on the Greenland Ice Sheet.

Geophysical Research Letters 38, doi:L15501 10.1029/2011gl047872 (2011).

44 Spagnolo, M., Clark, C. D., Hughes, A. L. C. & Dunlop, P. The topography of drumlins;

assessing their long profile shape. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36, 790-804,

doi:10.1002/esp.2107 (2011).

45 Spagnolo, M., Clark, C. D., Hughes, A. L. C., Dunlop, P. & Stokes, C. R. The planar

shape of drumlins. Sedimentary Geology 232, 119-129,

doi:10.1016/j.sedgeo.2010.01.008 (2010).

46 Stone, E. J., Lunt, D. J., Rutt, I. C. & Hanna, E. Investigating the sensitivity of numerical

model simulations of the modern state of the Greenland ice-sheet and its future response

to climate change. Cryosphere 4, 397-417, doi:10.5194/tc-4-397-2010 (2010).

47 Telling, J. et al. Nitrogen fixation on Arctic glaciers, Svalbard. Journal of Geophysical

Research-Biogeosciences 116, doi:G03039 10.1029/2010jg001632 (2011).

48 Trenbirth, H. E. & Matthews, J. A. Lichen growth rates on glacier forelands in southern

Norway: Preliminary results from a 25-year monitoring programme. Geografiska Annaler

Series a-Physical Geography 92A, 19-39 (2010).

49 Winkler, S. & Matthews, J. A. Holocene glacier chronologies: Are ‘high-resolution’

global and inter-hemispheric comparisons possible? Holocene 20, 1137-1147,

doi:10.1177/0959683610369511 (2010).

50 Winkler, S. & Matthews, J. A. Observations on terminal moraine-ridge formation during

recent advances of southern Norwegian glaciers. Geomorphology 116, 87-106,

doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2009.10.011 (2010).


C3W Marine and Atmosphere bibliography 2010 – 2011

C3W employed scientists and those working in C3W Institutions and linked to C3W research themes


1 Barker, S. et al. Interhemispheric Atlantic seesaw response during the last deglaciation.

Nature 457, 1097-U1050, doi:10.1038/nature07770 (2009).

2 Burrows, M. T. et al. The Pace of Shifting Climate in Marine and Terrestrial Ecosystems.

Science 334, 652-655, doi:10.1126/science.1210288 (2011).

3 Butler, P. G. et al. Marine climate in the Irish Sea: analysis of a 489-year marine master

chronology derived from growth increments in the shell of the clam Arctica islandica.

Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 1614-1632, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.07.010 (2010).

4 Butler, P. G. et al. Accurate increment identification and the spatial extent of the common

signal in five Arctica islandica chronologies from the Fladen Ground, northern North Sea.

Paleoceanography 24, doi:Pa2210 10.1029/2008pa001715 (2009).

5 Butler, P. G. et al. Continuous marine radiocarbon reservoir calibration and the (13)C

Suess effect in the Irish Sea: Results from the first multi-centennial shell-based marine

master chronology. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 279, 230-241,

doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2008.12.043 (2009).

6 Butler, P. G., Wanamaker, A. D., Jr., Scourse, J. D., Richardson, C. A. & Reynolds, D. J.

Long-term stability of delta(13)C with respect to biological age in the aragonite shell of

mature specimens of the bivalve mollusk Arctica islandica. Palaeogeography

Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 302, 21-30, doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.03.038 (2011).

7 Capasso, E., Jenkins, S. R., Frost, M. & Hinz, H. Investigation of benthic community

change over a century-wide scale in the western English Channel. Journal of the Marine

Biological Association of the United Kingdom 90, 1161-1172,

doi:10.1017/s0025315409991020 (2010).

8 Charman, D. J. & McCarroll, D. Climate variability of the British Isles and adjoining

seas. Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 1503-1506, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.05.001


9 Christoffersen, P. et al. Warming of waters in an East Greenland fjord prior to glacier

retreat: mechanisms and connection to large-scale atmospheric conditions. Cryosphere 5,

701-714, doi:10.5194/tc-5-701-2011 (2011).

10 Dodds, W., Cooper, J. A. G. & McKenna, J. Flood and coastal erosion risk management

policy evolution in Northern Ireland: “Incremental or leapfrogging?”. Ocean & Coastal

Management 53, 779-786, doi:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2010.10.017 (2010).

11 Durance, I. & Ormerod, S. J. Evidence for the role of climate in the local extinction of a

cool-water triclad. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29, 1367-1378,

doi:10.1899/09-159.1 (2010).

12 Edwards, M., Beaugrand, G., Hays, G. C., Koslow, J. A. & Richardson, A. J. Multidecadal

oceanic ecological datasets and their application in marine policy and

management. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25, 602-610,

doi:10.1016/j.tree.2010.07.007 (2010).

13 Glibert, P. M. et al. Modeling of HABs and eutrophication Status, advances, challenges.

Journal of Marine Systems 83, 262-275, doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2010.05.004 (2010).

14 Green, C. L., Bigg, G. R. & Green, J. A. M. Deep draft icebergs from the Barents Ice

Sheet during MIS 6 are consistent with erosional evidence from the Lomonosov Ridge,

central Arctic. Geophysical Research Letters 37, doi:L23606 10.1029/2010gl045299


15 Green, C. L., Green, J. A. M. & Bigg, G. R. Simulating the impact of freshwater inputs

and deep-draft icebergs formed during a MIS 6 Barents Ice Sheet collapse.

Paleoceanography 26, doi:Pa2211 10.1029/2010pa002088 (2011).

16 Green, J. A. M., Simpson, J. H., Thorpe, S. A. & Rippeth, T. P. Observations of internal

tidal waves in the isolated seasonally stratified region of the western Irish Sea.

Continental Shelf Research 30, 214-225, doi:10.1016/j.csr.2009.11.004 (2010).

17 Green, J. A. M. et al. Tidal mixing and the Meridional Overturning Circulation from the

Last Glacial Maximum. Geophysical Research Letters 36, doi:L15603

10.1029/2009gl039309 (2009).

18 Green, J. A. M. Ocean tides and resonance. Ocean Dynamics 60, 1243-1253,

doi:10.1007/s10236-010-0331-1 (2010).

19 Haapaniemi, A. I. et al. Source, timing, frequency and flux of ice-rafted detritus to the

Northeast Atlantic margin, 30-12 ka: testing the Heinrich precursor hypothesis. Boreas

39, 576-591, doi:10.1111/j.1502-3885.2010.00141.x (2010).

20 Hays, G. C., Fossette, S., Katselidis, K. A., Schofield, G. & Gravenor, M. B. Breeding

Periodicity for Male Sea Turtles, Operational Sex Ratios, and Implications in the Face of

Climate Change. Conservation Biology 24, 1636-1643, doi:10.1111/j.1523-

1739.2010.01531.x (2010).

21 Hinz, H., Capasso, E., Lilley, M., Frost, M. & Jenkins, S. R. Temporal differences across

a bio-geographical boundary reveal slow response of sub-littoral benthos to climate

change. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 423, 69-82, doi:10.3354/meps08963 (2011).

22 Hodell, D. A. et al. Surface and deep-water hydrography on Gardar Drift (Iceland Basin)

during the last interglacial period. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 288, 10-19,

doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2009.08.040 (2009).

23 Jonkers, L., Mienis, F., Boer, W., Hall, I. R. & Brummer, G.-J. A. Intra-annual variability

of extremely rapid sedimentation onto Gardar Drift in the northern North Atlantic. Deep-

Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers 57, 1027-1038,

doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2010.05.005 (2010).

24 Karney, G. B. et al. Identification of growth increments in the shell of the bivalve

mollusc Arctica islandica using backscattered electron imaging. Journal of Microscopy

241, 29-36, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2818.2010.03403.x (2011).

25 Kim, S.-Y., Scourse, J., Marret, F. & Lim, D.-I. A 26,000-year integrated record of

marine and terrestrial environmental change off Gabon, west equatorial Africa.

Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 297, 428-438,

doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.08.026 (2010).

26 King, M. A. et al. Ocean tides in the Weddell Sea: New observations on the Filchner-

Ronne and Larsen C ice shelves and model validation. Journal of Geophysical Research-

Oceans 116, doi:C06006

10.1029/2011jc006949 (2011).

27 Kleiven, H. F., Hall, I. R., McCave, I. N., Knorr, G. & Jansen, E. Coupled deep-water

flow and climate variability in the middle Pleistocene North Atlantic. Geology 39, 343-

346, doi:10.1130/g31651.1 (2011).

28 Lawrence, K. T., Sosdian, S., White, H. E. & Rosenthal, Y. North Atlantic climate

evolution through the Plio-Pleistocene climate transitions. Earth and Planetary Science

Letters 300, 329-342, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2010.10.013 (2010).

29 Lenn, Y. D. et al. Vertical mixing at intermediate depths in the Arctic boundary current.

Geophysical Research Letters 36, doi:L05601

10.1029/2008gl036792 (2009).

30 Lenn, Y.-D. et al. Intermittent Intense Turbulent Mixing under Ice in the Laptev Sea

Continental Shelf. Journal of Physical Oceanography 41, 531-547,

doi:10.1175/2010jpo4425.1 (2011).

31 Lilley, M. K. S. et al. Global patterns of epipelagic gelatinous zooplankton biomass.

Marine Biology 158, 2429-2436, doi:10.1007/s00227-011-1744-1 (2011).

32 Martinez-Mendez, G., Molyneux, E. G., Hall, I. R. & Zahn, R. Variable water column

structure of the South Atlantic on glacial-interglacial time scales. Quaternary Science

Reviews 28, 3379-3387, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.09.022 (2009).

33 Martinez-Mendez, G. et al. Contrasting multiproxy reconstructions of surface ocean

hydrography in the Agulhas Corridor and implications for the Agulhas Leakage during

the last 345,000 years. Paleoceanography 25, doi:Pa4227 10.1029/2009pa001879 (2010).

34 Miettinen, A., Koc, N., Hall, I. R., Godtliebsen, F. & Divine, D. North Atlantic sea

surface temperatures and their relation to the North Atlantic Oscillation during the last

230 years. Climate Dynamics 36, 533-543, doi:10.1007/s00382-010-0791-5 (2011).

35 Moum, J. N. & Rippeth, T. P. Do observations adequately resolve the natural variability

of oceanic turbulence? Journal of Marine Systems 77, 409-417,

doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2008.10.013 (2009).

36 Negre, C. et al. Reversed flow of Atlantic deep water during the Last Glacial Maximum.

Nature 468, 84-+, doi:10.1038/nature09508 (2010).

37 Neill, S. P., Scourse, J. D., Bigg, G. R. & Uehara, K. Changes in wave climate over the

northwest European shelf seas during the last 12,000 years. Journal of Geophysical

Research-Oceans 114, doi:C06015 10.1029/2009jc005288 (2009).

38 Neill, S. P., Scourse, J. D. & Uehara, K. Evolution of bed shear stress distribution over

the northwest European shelf seas during the last 12,000 years. Ocean Dynamics 60,

1139-1156, doi:10.1007/s10236-010-0313-3 (2010).

39 Owen, G., Hiemstra, J. F., Matthews, J. A. & McEwen, L. J. LANDSLIDE-GLACIER


JOTUNHEIMEN, SOUTHERN NORWAY. Geografiska Annaler Series a-Physical

Geography 92A, 421-436, doi:10.1111/j.1468-0459.2010.00405.x (2010).

40 Rinne, K. T., Loader, N. J., Switsur, V. R., Treydte, K. S. & Waterhouse, J. S.

Investigating the influence of sulphur dioxide (SO(2)) on the stable isotope ratios

(delta(13)C and delta(18)O) of tree rings. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 74, 2327-

2339, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2010.01.021 (2010).

41 Rippeth, T. P., Wiles, P., Palmer, M. R., Sharples, J. & Tweddle, J. The diapcynal

nutrient flux and shear-induced diapcynal mixing in the seasonally stratified western Irish

Sea. Continental Shelf Research 29, 1580-1587, doi:10.1016/j.csr.2009.04.009 (2009).

42 Roberts, M. J. et al. Late Devensian and Holocene relative sea-level change in North

Wales, UK. Journal of Quaternary Science 26, 141-155, doi:10.1002/jqs.1443 (2011).

43 Scourse, J. D. et al. Growth, dynamics and deglaciation of the last British-Irish ice sheet:

the deep-sea ice-rafted detritus record. Quaternary Science Reviews 28, 3066-3084,

doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.08.009 (2009).

44 Scourse, J., Uehara, K. & Wainwright, A. Celtic Sea linear tidal sand ridges, the Irish Sea

Ice Stream and the Fleuve Manche: Palaeotidal modelling of a transitional passive margin

depositional system. Marine Geology 259, 102-111, doi:10.1016/j.margeo.2008.12.010


45 Seddon, A. W. R., Froyd, C. A., Leng, M. J., Milne, G. A. & Willis, K. J. Ecosystem

Resilience and Threshold Response in the Galapagos Coastal Zone. Plos One 6,

doi:e22376 10.1371/journal.pone.0022376 (2011).

46 Simpson, J. H., Green, J. A. M., Rippeth, T. P., Osborn, T. R. & Nimmo-Smith, W. A. M.

The structure of dissipation in the western Irish Sea front. Journal of Marine Systems 77,

428-440, doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2008.10.014 (2009).

47 Thomas, T., Phillips, M. R. & Williams, A. T. Mesoscale evolution of a headland bay:

Beach rotation processes. Geomorphology 123, 129-141,

doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.06.018 (2010).

48 Thomas, T., Phillips, M. R., Williams, A. T. & Jenkins, R. E. A multi-century record of

linked nearshore and coastal change. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36, 995-

1006, doi:10.1002/esp.2127 (2011).

49 Thomas, T., Phillips, M. R., Williams, A. T. & Jenkins, R. E. Short-term beach rotation,

wave climate and the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO). Progress in Physical Geography

35, 333-352, doi:10.1177/0309133310397415 (2011).

50 Thornalley, D. J. R., Barker, S., Broecker, W. S., Elderfield, H. & McCave, I. N. The

Deglacial Evolution of North Atlantic Deep Convection. Science 331, 202-205,

doi:10.1126/science.1196812 (2011).

51 Thornalley, D. J. R., McCave, I. N. & Elderfield, H. Freshwater input and abrupt

deglacial climate change in the North Atlantic. Paleoceanography 25, doi:Pa1201

10.1029/2009pa001772 (2010).

52 Trouet, V. et al. Persistent Positive North Atlantic Oscillation Mode Dominated the

Medieval Climate Anomaly. Science 324, 78-80, doi:10.1126/science.1166349 (2009).

53 Van Landeghem, K. J. J., Uehara, K., Wheeler, A. J., Mitchell, N. C. & Scourse, J. D.

Post-glacial sediment dynamics in the Irish Sea and sediment wave morphology: Datamodel

comparisons. Continental Shelf Research 29, 1723-1736,

doi:10.1016/j.csr.2009.05.014 (2009).

54 Verspecht, F., Simpson, J. H. & Rippeth, T. P. Semi-diurnal tidal ellipse variability in a

region of freshwater influence. Geophysical Research Letters 37, doi:L18602

10.1029/2010gl044470 (2010).

55 Wernberg, T. et al. Impacts of climate change in a global hotspot for temperate marine

biodiversity and ocean warming. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology

400, 7-16, doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2011.02.021 (2011).


C3W Terrestrial Thematic Cluster bibliography 2010 – 2011

C3W employed scientists and those working in C3W Institutions and linked to C3W research themes


1 Allen, J. R. M., Scourse, J. D., Hall, A. R. & Coope, G. R. Palaeoenvironmental context

of the Late-glacial woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) discoveries at Condover,

Shropshire, UK. Geological Journal 44, 414-446, doi:10.1002/gj.1161 (2009).

2 Alton, P. B. How useful are plant functional types in global simulations of the carbon,

water, and energy cycles? Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 116,

doi:G01030 10.1029/2010jg001430 (2011).

3 Bale, R. J. et al. Temporal stability in bristlecone pine tree-ring stable oxygen isotope

chronologies over the last two centuries. Holocene 20, 3-6,

doi:10.1177/0959683609348867 (2010).

4 Barker, S. et al. 800,000 Years of Abrupt Climate Variability. Science 334, 347-351,

doi:10.1126/science.1203580 (2011).

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C3W employed scientists and those working in C3W Institutions and linked to C3W research themes


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5 Compston, H. The Politics of Climate Policy: Strategic Options for National

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7 Edwards-Jones, G. Will there be grapes? Climate change and Welsh agriculture.

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10 Ferrer-Balas, D. et al. Going beyond the rhetoric: system-wide changes in universities for

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11 Gavin, N. T. & Marshall, T. Mediated climate change in Britain: Scepticism on the web

and on television around Copenhagen. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy

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12 Gil-Romera, G., Lamb, H. F., Turton, D., Sevilla-Callejo, M. & Umer, M. Long-term

resilience, bush encroachment patterns and local knowledge in a Northeast African

savanna. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 20, 612-626,

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13 Gossling, S., Garrod, B., Aall, C., Hille, J. & Peeters, P. Food management in tourism:

Reducing tourism’s carbon ‘foodprint’. Tourism Management 32, 534-543,

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14 Green, J. Welsh birds and climate change.

15 MacLeod, G. & Jones, M. Renewing Urban Politics. Urban Studies 48, 2443-2472,

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16 Midmore, P. Climate change, tourism and the environment in the Mediterranean. New

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17 Morgan, K. Local and green, global and fair: the ethical foodscape and the politics of

care. Environment and Planning A 42, 1852-1867, doi:10.1068/a42364 (2010).

18 Newton, T., Deetz, S. & Reed, M. Responses to Social Constructionism and Critical

Realism in Organization Studies. Organization Studies 32, 7-26,

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19 Parag, Y., Capstick, S. & Poortinga, W. Policy Attribute Framing: A Comparison

Between Three Policy Instruments for Personal Emissions Reduction. Journal of Policy

Analysis and Management 30, 889-905, doi:10.1002/pam.20610 (2011).

20 Parkhill, K. A., Pidgeon, N. F., Henwood, K. L., Simmons, P. & Venables, D. From the

familiar to the extraordinary: local residents’ perceptions of risk when living with nuclear

power in the UK. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35, 39-58 (2010).

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Environment and Resources (ed A. Liverman D. M. Gadgil) 195-228 (2010).

22 Poortinga, W., Spence, A., Whitmarsh, L., Capstick, S. & Pidgeon, N. F. Uncertain

climate: An investigation into public scepticism about anthropogenic climate change.

Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 21, 1015-1024,

doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2011.03.001 (2011).

23 Scott-Cato, M. & Hillier, J. How could we study climate-related social innovation?

Applying Deleuzean philosophy to Transition Towns. Environmental Politics 19, 869-

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24 Smith, L. P. The agricultural climate of England and Wales : areal averages, 1941-70.

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25 Spence, A., Poortinga, W., Butler, C. & Pidgeon, N. F. Perceptions of climate change and

willingness to save energy related to flood experience. Nature Climate Change 1, 46-49,

doi:10.1038/nclimate1059 (2011).

26 Spence, A. & Pidgeon, N. Framing and communicating climate change: The effects of

distance and outcome frame manipulations. Global Environmental Change-Human and

Policy Dimensions 20, 656-667, doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2010.07.002 (2010).

27 Spence, A., Poortinga, W., Pidgeon, N. & Lorenzoni, I. Public perceptions of energy

choices: The influence of beliefs about climate change and the environment. Energy &

Environment 21, 385-407, doi:10.1260/0958-305x.21.5.385 (2010).

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