Alastair G C Graham mainly investigates Ice sheet, Ice shelf, Antarctic ice sheet, Antarctic sea ice and Cryosphere. His work on Ice sheet is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Sea ice. Alastair G C Graham has researched Ice shelf in several fields, including Ice stream and Geomorphology.
His study looks at the relationship between Antarctic ice sheet and fields such as Paleontology, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. To a larger extent, he studies Arctic ice pack with the aim of understanding Antarctic sea ice. His Cryosphere study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Oceanography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Sediment core, Oceanography, Geochemistry, Ice sheet and Ice stream. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrology, Shear strength and Mineralogy in addition to Sediment core. He studied Oceanography and Glacier that intersect with Landform.
His Ice sheet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cryosphere, Ice shelf, Antarctic sea ice, Antarctic ice sheet and Deglaciation. His research on Ice shelf often connects related areas such as Iceberg. His study connects Geomorphology and Ice stream.
Alastair G C Graham mainly focuses on Oceanography, Glacier, Glacial period, Ice shelf and Geomorphology. His Glacial period study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Continental shelf and Antarctic ice sheet. Alastair G C Graham has included themes like Lead, Bathymetry and Ice sheet in his Ice shelf study.
His work on Iceberg as part of general Ice sheet study is frequently linked to Radar, bridging the gap between disciplines. Alastair G C Graham combines subjects such as Thinning and Ice stream with his study of Geomorphology. His Ice stream study is associated with Cryosphere.
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The Discovery of New Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Communities in the Southern Ocean and Implications for Biogeography
Alex D. Rogers;Paul A. Tyler;Douglas P. Connelly;Jonathan T. Copley.
PLOS Biology (2012)
A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum
Michael J Bentley;Colm Ó Cofaigh;John B Anderson;Howard Conway.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2014)
Extraordinary phase separation and segregation in vent fluids from the southern East Pacific Rise
K. L. Von Damm;M.D. Lilley;Wayne C. Shanks;M. Brockington.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Bedform signature of a West Antarctic palaeo-ice stream reveals a multi-temporal record of flow and substrate control
Alastair G.C. Graham;Robert D. Larter;Karsten Gohl;Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2009)
Size, shape and spatial arrangement of mega‐scale glacial lineations from a large and diverse dataset
Matteo Spagnolo;Chris D. Clark;Jeremy C. Ely;Chris R. Stokes.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2014)
Flow and retreat of the Late Quaternary Pine Island‐Thwaites palaeo‐ice stream, West Antarctica
Alastair G. C. Graham;Robert D. Larter;Karsten Gohl;Julian A. Dowdeswell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Subglacial bedforms reveal complex basal regime in a zone of paleo-ice stream convergence, Amundsen Sea Embayment, West Antarctica
Robert D. Larter;Alastair G.C. Graham;Karsten Gohl;Gerhard Kuhn.
Evidence for Late Pleistocene ice stream activity in the Witch Ground Basin, central North Sea, from 3D seismic reflection data
A.G.C. Graham;L. Lonergan;Martyn Stoker.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
Deglacial history of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet in the western Amundsen Sea Embayment
James A. Smith;Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand;Gerhard Kuhn;Robert D. Larter.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2011)
Reconstruction of changes in the Weddell Sea sector of the Antarctic Ice Sheet since the Last Glacial Maximum
Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand;Michael J. Bentley;Travis D. Stolldorf;Andrew S. Hein.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2014)
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