These articles cover the results of our 2012 field season to Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula. You can read the blog about our fieldwork here.
Watch a video about our research on Alexander Island:
The main results of this work are published in:
Hambrey MJ, Davies BJ, Glasser NF, Holt TO, Smellie JL, Carrivick JL. Structure and sedimentology of George VI Ice Shelf, Antarctic Peninsula: implications for ice-sheet dynamics and landform development. Journal of the Geological Society 172, 599-613 (2015).
Davies, B.J., Hambrey, M.J., Glasser, N.F., Holt, T., Rodés, A., Smellie, J.L., Carrivick, J.L., Blockley, S.P.E., 2017. Ice-dammed lateral lake and epishelf lake insights into Holocene dynamics of Marguerite Trough Ice Stream and George VI Ice Shelf, Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Quaternary Science Reviews 177, 189-219.
Work by our colleagues in remote-sensing of the ice shelf is also relevant:
Holt, T.O., Glasser, N.F., Quincey, D. and Siegfried, M.R., 2013. Speedup and fracturing of George VI Ice Shelf, Antarctic Peninsula. The Cryosphere, 7: 797-816.
Holt, T., Glasser, N., Quincey, D., 2013. The structural glaciology of southwest Antarctic Peninsula Ice Shelves (ca. 2010). Journal of Maps 9, 523-531.