Recent Geomorphology Publications

2014

Barr, ID., Solomina, O. (2014). Pleistocene and Holocene glacier fluctuations upon the Kamchatka Peninsula. Global and Planetary Change, 113, 110-120.

Barr, ID., Spagnolo, M. (2014). Testing the efficacy of the glacial buzzsaw: insights from the Sredinny Mountains, Kamchatka. Geomorphology, 206, 230-238.

Parteli, E.J.R., Duran, O., Bourke, M.C., Tsoar, H., Poschel, T., Herrmann, H.J., 2014. Origins of barchan dune asymmetry: Insights from numerical simulations. Aeolian Research, 12, 121-133.

Pellicer, X.M., Linares, R., Gutiérrez, F., Comas, X., Roqué, C., Carbonel, D., Zarroca, M., Rodríguez, J.A.P., 2014. Morpho-stratigraphic characterization of a tufa mound complex in the Spanish Pyrenees using ground penetrating radar and trenching, implications for studies in Mars. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 388, 197–210.

2013 

Barr, ID., Spagnolo, M. (2013). Palaeoglacial and palaeoclimatic conditions in the NW Pacific, as revealed by a morphometric analysis of cirques upon the Kamchatka Peninsula. Geomorphology, 192. 15-29.

Coxon, P., 2013. Ireland under Ice. In: Jebb, M., and Crowley, C., (eds.), Secrets of the Irish Landscape, Cork, Cork University Press, pp20 – 27.

Diniega, S., Hansen, C.J., McElwaine, J.N., Hugenholtz, C.H., Dundas, C.M., McEwen, A.S., Bourke, M.C. 2013. A new dry hypothesis for the formation of Martian linear gullies. Icarus, 225, 526-537.

Edwards, R.J. (2013) Sedimentary Indicators of Relative Sea-Level Changes – Low Energy. Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, vol. 4, pp. 396-408.

Geissler, P.E., Stantzos, N.W., Bridges, N.T., Bourke, M.C., Silvestro, S., Fenton, L.K., (2013). Shifting sands on Mars: insights from tropical intra-crater dunes. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, vol. 38, 407-412.

Georgiopoulou, A.  Patrick M. Shannon, Fabio Sacchetti, Peter D.W. Haughton, Sara Benetti, (2013) Basement-controlled multiple slope collapses, Rockall Bank Slide Complex, NE Atlantic, Marine Geology, Volume 336, Pages 198-214, ISSN 0025-3227.

Georgiopoulou, A.,  P.M. Shannon, P.D.W. Haughton, F. Sacchetti, S. Benetti, (2013) Reply to comment by Gavin M. Elliott on “Basement-controlled multiple slope collapses, Rockall Bank Slide Complex, NE Atlantic” by A. Georgiopoulou, P.M. Shannon, F. Sacchetti, PDW Haughton, S. Benetti [Marine Geology 336 (2013) 198–214], Marine Geology, Volume 342, Pages 55-57, ISSN 0025-3227.

Hansen, C. J., Byrne, S., Portyankina, S., Bourke, M.C., Dundas, C., McEwen, A., Mellon, M., Pommerol, A., and Thomas, N.(in press, 2013), Observations of the Northern Seasonal Polar Cap on Mars I. Spring Sublimation Activity and Processes Icarus. doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2012.09.024.

Ludlow, F., Stine, A. R., Leahy, P., Murphy, E., Mayewski, P. A., Taylor, D., Killen, J., Baillie, M. G. L., Hennessy, M., Kiely, G., (2013). Medieval Irish chronicles reveal persistent volcanic forcing of severe winter cold events, 431 – 1649 CE. Environmental Research Letters, 8 024035 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/2/024035

Napieralski, JA., Barr, ID., Kamp, U., Kervyn, M. (2013) Remote sensing and GIScience in geomorphological mapping. In: Shroder, J. (Editor in Chief), Bishop, MP. (Ed.), Treatise on Geomorphology. Academic Press, San Diego, CA, vol. 3, Remote Sensing and GIScience in Geomorphology, 187–227.

Sacchetti F., Benetti S., Quinn R., Ó Cofaigh C. (2013). Glacial and post-glacial sedimentary processes in the Irish Rockall Trough from an integrated acoustic analysis of near-seabed sediments. Geo-Marine Letters, 33: 49-66. doi: 10.1007/s00367-012-0310-2

Thébaudeau, B., Trenhaile, A.S., Edwards, R.J., (2013) Modelling the development of rocky shoreline profiles along the northern coast of Ireland. Geomorphology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.03.027.

Zimbelman, J.R., Bourke, M.C., Lorenz, R.D., 2013. Recent developments in planetary Aeolian studies and their terrestrial analogs. Aeolian Research, 11(0), 109-126.

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