Jonathan Kingslake
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Widespread movement of meltwater onto and across Antarctic ice shelves
J Kingslake, JC Ely, I Das, RE Bell
Nature 544 (7650), 349-352, 2017
Vulnerability of Antarctica’s ice shelves to meltwater-driven fracture
CY Lai, J Kingslake, MG Wearing, PHC Chen, P Gentine, H Li, JJ Spergel, ...
Nature 584 (7822), 574-578, 2020
Antarctic ice shelf potentially stabilized by export of meltwater in surface river
RE Bell, W Chu, J Kingslake, I Das, M Tedesco, KJ Tinto, CJ Zappa, ...
Nature 544 (7650), 344-348, 2017
Antarctic surface hydrology and impacts on ice-sheet mass balance
RE Bell, AF Banwell, LD Trusel, J Kingslake
Nature Climate Change 8 (12), 1044-1052, 2018
Extensive retreat and re-advance of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet during the Holocene
J Kingslake, RP Scherer, T Albrecht, J Coenen, RD Powell, R Reese, ...
Nature 558 (7710), 430-434, 2018
Antarctic ice rises and rumples: Their properties and significance for ice-sheet dynamics and evolution
K Matsuoka, RCA Hindmarsh, G Moholdt, MJ Bentley, HD Pritchard, ...
Earth-science reviews 150, 724-745, 2015
Potential subglacial lakes and meltwater drainage pathways beneath the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets
SJ Livingstone, CD Clark, J Woodward, J Kingslake
The Cryosphere 7, 1721-1740, 2013
Glacial melt under a porous debris layer
GW Evatt, ID Abrahams, M Heil, C Mayer, J Kingslake, SL Mitchell, ...
Journal of Glaciology 61 (229), 825-836, 2015
Late Holocene ice-flow reconfiguration in the Weddell Sea sector of West Antarctica
M Siegert, N Ross, H Corr, J Kingslake, R Hindmarsh
Quaternary Science Reviews 78, 98-107, 2013
Modelling channelized surface drainage of supraglacial lakes
J Kingslake, F Ng, A Sole
Journal of Glaciology 61 (225), 185-199, 2015
Full‐depth englacial vertical ice sheet velocities measured using phase‐sensitive radar
J Kingslake, RCA Hindmarsh, G Ašalgeirsdóttir, H Conway, HFJ Corr, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 119 (12), 2604-2618, 2014
Ice‐flow reorganization in West Antarctica 2.5 kyr ago dated using radar‐derived englacial flow velocities
J Kingslake, C Martķn, RJ Arthern, HFJ Corr, EC King
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (17), 9103-9112, 2016
ICESat‐2 meltwater depth estimates: application to surface melt on amery ice shelf, East Antarctica
HA Fricker, P Arndt, KM Brunt, RT Datta, Z Fair, MF Jasinski, J Kingslake, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (8), e2020GL090550, 2021
Modelling the coupling of flood discharge with glacier flow during jökulhlaups
J Kingslake, F Ng
Annals of Glaciology 54 (63), 25-31, 2013
Constraining recent ice flow history at Korff Ice Rise, West Antarctica, using radar and seismic measurements of ice fabric
AM Brisbourne, C Martin, AM Smith, AF Baird, JM Kendall, J Kingslake
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 124 (1), 175-194, 2019
Surface meltwater drainage and ponding on Amery Ice Shelf, East Antarctica, 1973–2019
JJ Spergel, J Kingslake, T Creyts, M van Wessem, HA Fricker
Journal of Glaciology 67 (266), 985-998, 2021
Subglacial water storage and drainage beneath the Fennoscandian and Barents Sea ice sheets
C Shackleton, H Patton, A Hubbard, M Winsborrow, J Kingslake, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 201, 13-28, 2018
Paleofluvial and subglacial channel networks beneath Humboldt Glacier, Greenland
SJ Livingstone, W Chu, JC Ely, J Kingslake
Geology 45 (6), 551-554, 2017
Quantifying the predictability of the timing of jökulhlaups from Merzbacher Lake, Kyrgyzstan
J Kingslake, F Ng
Journal of Glaciology 59 (217), 805-818, 2013
Chaotic dynamics of a glaciohydraulic model
J Kingslake
Journal of Glaciology 61 (227), 493, 2015
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