Glacier, Jökulhlaup, Geomorphology, Hydrology and Landform are his primary areas of study. His Glacier research integrates issues from Glacier morphology, Surge and Tidewater glacier cycle. His Jökulhlaup research focuses on Fluvial and how it connects with Lava, Outburst flood, Volcano and Stream power.
Jonathan L. Carrivick does research in Geomorphology, focusing on Meltwater specifically. His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hazard, Climate change and Terrain. In his research, Sedimentology and Physical geography is intimately related to Quaternary, which falls under the overarching field of Glacial lake.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Glacier, Physical geography, Geomorphology, Glacial period and Ice sheet. The various areas that Jonathan L. Carrivick examines in his Glacier study include Hydrology, Glacier morphology and Climate change. His Physical geography study which covers Arctic that intersects with Peat.
His Geomorphology study frequently links to other fields, such as Sedimentary rock. His study in Glacial period is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Volcano, Landform and Holocene. His research in Ice sheet tackles topics such as Ice stream which are related to areas like Antarctic sea ice and Ice core.
Jonathan L. Carrivick spends much of his time researching Glacier, Physical geography, Ice sheet, Meltwater and Scale. Jonathan L. Carrivick has researched Glacier in several fields, including Climate change, Atmospheric sciences and Earth science. His work deals with themes such as Glacier morphology and Last Glacial Maximum, which intersect with Physical geography.
Many of his research projects under Ice sheet are closely connected to Glaciology with Glaciology, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Meltwater is the subject of his research, which falls under Glacial period. His Scale research incorporates elements of Photogrammetry, Snowmelt and Geodesy.
His main research concerns Physical geography, Glacier, Ice sheet, Greenland ice sheet and Outburst flood. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Physical geography and Recession via his papers. As part of his studies on Ice sheet, Jonathan L. Carrivick frequently links adjacent subjects like Meltwater.
He has included themes like Global warming, Quaternary and Bathymetry in his Meltwater study. He combines subjects such as Glacial lake, Climate change, Seasonality, Flood myth and Future sea level with his study of Greenland ice sheet. His work carried out in the field of Outburst flood brings together such families of science as Floodplain, Fluvial, Permafrost, Arctic and Erosion.
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Structure from Motion Photogrammetry in Physical Geography
M.W. Smith;J.L. Carrivick;D.J. Quincey.
Progress in Physical Geography (2016)
Structure from Motion in the Geosciences
Jonathan L. Carrivick;Mark W. Smith;Duncan J. Quincey.
Proglacial lakes: character, behaviour and geological importance
Jonathan L. Carrivick;Fiona S. Tweed.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2013)
A global assessment of the societal impacts of glacier outburst floods
Jonathan L. Carrivick;Fiona S. Tweed.
grid and pervasive computing (2016)
Geomorphological evidence for jökulhlaups from Kverkfjöll volcano, Iceland
Jonathan L. Carrivick;Andrew J. Russell;Fiona S. Tweed.
Reconstruction of the largest Holocene jökulhlaup within Jökulsá á Fjöllum, NE Iceland
Petteri Alho;Andrew J. Russell;Jonathan L. Carrivick;Jukka Käyhkö.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2005)
Application of 2D hydrodynamic modelling to high-magnitude outburst floods: An example from Kverkfjöll, Iceland
Jonathan L. Carrivick.
Journal of Hydrology (2006)
Spatial variability in mass loss of glaciers in the Everest region, central Himalayas, between 2000 and 2015
Owen King;Duncan J. Quincey;Jonathan L. Carrivick;Ann V. Rowan.
The Cryosphere (2016)
A fluid dynamics approach to modelling the 18th March 2007 lahar at Mt. Ruapehu, New Zealand
Jonathan L. Carrivick;Vern Manville;Shane J. Cronin.
Bulletin of Volcanology (2009)
The long-term fate of permafrost peatlands under rapid climate warming
Graeme T. Swindles;Paul J. Morris;Donal Mullan;Elizabeth J. Watson.
Scientific Reports (2016)
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