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Published MPhil research

Published MPhil research

Many of our MPhil students have gone on to publish their research in the scientific or academic literature.

A selection of recent papers deriving from MPhil theses or essays written at the Scott Polar Research Institute includes:

  • SEAG, M.C., 2018, Women Need Not Apply: Gendered institutional change in Antarctica and Outer Space. The Polar Journal, 18.
  • COOLEY, S.W. and Christoffersen, P., 2017. Observation bias correction reveals more rapidly draining lakes on the Greenland Ice Sheet. Journal of Geophysical Research, 122, doi:10.1002/2017JF004255.
  • Hodell, D.A., Nicholl, J.A., Bontognall, T., DANINO, S., Dorador, J., Dowdeswell, J.A., Einsel, J., Kuhlmann, H., Martrat, B., Mleneck-Vautravers, M.J., Rodriguez-Tovar, F.J. and Rohl, U., 2017. Anatomy of Heinrich Layer 1 and its role in the last deglaciation. Palaeoceanography, 32, 284-303.
  • Willis, I.C., POPE, E.L., Leysinger Veili, G., Arnold, N.S. and Long, S., 2016. Drainage networks, lakes and water fluxes beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet. Annals of Glaciology, 57, 96-108.
  • RYAN, J.C., Dowdeswell, J.A. and Hogan, K.A., 2016. Three cross-shelf troughs on the continental shelf of SW Greenland from Olex data. In Dowdeswell, J.A. et al., (eds), Atlas of Submarine Glacial Landforms: Modern, Quaternary and Ancient. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 46, 167-168.
  • BENNETT, M.M., 2015, How China sees the Arctic: reading between intraregional and extraregional narratives. Geopolitics 20, 645-668.
  • MAYAUD, J.R., Banwell, A.F., Arnold, N.S. and Willis, I.C., 2014. Modeling the response of subglacial drainage at Paakitsoq, west Greenland, to 21st century climate change. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 119, 2619-2634, doi:10.1002/2014JF003271.
  • BENNETT, M.M., 2014, The maritime tiger: exploring South Korea's interests and role in the Arctic. Strategic Analysis, 38, 886-903.
  • BENNETT, M.M., 2014, North by northeast: toward an Asian-Arctic region. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 55, 71-93.
  • BENNETT, M.M., 2013, Bounding nature: conservation and sovereignty in the Canadian and Russian Arctic. Arctic Yearbook 2(1), 85-106.
  • Banwell, A.F., Willis, I.C., Arnold, N.S., MESSERLI, A., Rye, C.J., Tedesco, M. and Ahlstrøm, A.P., 2012. Calibration and evaluation of a high-resolution surface mass-balance model for Paakitsoq, West Greenland. Journal of Glaciology, 58, 1047-1062, doi:10.3189/2012JoG12J034.
  • TEDSTONE, A.J. and Arnold, N.S., 2012. Automated remote sensing of sediment plumes for identification of runoff from the Greenland Ice Sheet. Journal of Glaciology, 58, 699-712.
  • BATCHELOR, C.L., Dowdeswell, J.A. and Hogan, K.A., 2011. Late Quaternary ice flow and sediment delivery through Hinlopen Trough, northern Svalbard margin: submarine landforms and depositional fan. Marine Geology, 284, 13-27.
  • ROBINSON, P. and Dowdeswell, J.A., 2011. Submarine landforms and the behavior of a surging ice cap since the Last Glacial Maximum: the open-marine setting of eastern Austfonna, Svalbard. Marine Geology, 286, 82-94.
  • METZ, J., Dowdeswell, J.A. and Woodworth-Lynas, C.M.T., 2008. Sea-floor scouring at the mouth of Hudson Strait by deep-keeled icebergs from the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Marine Geology, 253, 149-159.