Tavi Murray mainly investigates Glacier, Geomorphology, Ice stream, Surge and Climatology. Tavi Murray works in the field of Glacier, namely Glacier mass balance. As a part of the same scientific study, Tavi Murray usually deals with the Geomorphology, concentrating on Accumulation zone and frequently concerns with Borehole, Radar, Water content, Temperate glacier and Borehole radar.
Her work carried out in the field of Surge brings together such families of science as Rock glacier, Front, Remote sensing and Geodesy. Tavi Murray combines subjects such as Synthetic aperture radar, Motion estimation and Radar tracker with her study of Geodesy. Her Climatology research integrates issues from Latitude, Groenlandia and Greenland ice sheet.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Glacier, Geomorphology, Ice stream, Surge and Climatology. She has included themes like Radar, Glacier morphology, Front and Remote sensing in her Glacier study. The Glacier morphology study which covers Glacier ice accumulation that intersects with Glacier terminus, Glacier mass balance, Tidewater glacier cycle, Accumulation zone and Cirque glacier.
Her Glacial period and Sediment study, which is part of a larger body of work in Geomorphology, is frequently linked to Glaciology, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Ice stream research integrates issues from Hydrology, Ice shelf and Ice sheet. Her study explores the link between Surge and topics such as Geodesy that cross with problems in Synthetic aperture radar.
Glacier, Geomorphology, Greenland ice sheet, Oceanography and Ice stream are her primary areas of study. Her research integrates issues of Cryosphere, Remote sensing and Geodesy in her study of Glacier. She focuses mostly in the field of Geodesy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Front and, in certain cases, Tidewater glacier cycle.
Her Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Basal sliding and Character. Her research on Greenland ice sheet also deals with topics like
Her primary areas of study are Glacier, Greenland ice sheet, Geomorphology, Glacier morphology and Tidewater glacier cycle. Her work often combines Glacier and Glaciology studies. Tavi Murray has included themes like Tidewater, Supraglacial lake, Holocene and Drainage in her Greenland ice sheet study.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Tidewater, Surge are connected with Rock glacier and other disciplines. Her Glacier morphology research is within the category of Ice stream. Her Tidewater glacier cycle study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climatology and Glacier mass balance.
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Glacier motion estimation using SAR offset-tracking procedures
T. Strozzi;A. Luckman;T. Murray;U. Wegmuller.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2002)
Ocean forcing of glacier retreat in the western Antarctic Peninsula
A. J. Cook;A. J. Cook;P. R. Holland;M. P. Meredith;Tavi Murray.
Rapid and synchronous ice-dynamic changes in East Greenland
Adrian Luckman;Tavi Murray;Remko de Lange;Remko de Lange;Edward Hanna.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Acceleration in thinning rate on western Svalbard glaciers
J. Kohler;T. D. James;T. Murray;C. Nuth.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
Ocean regulation hypothesis for glacier dynamics in southeast Greenland and implications for ice sheet mass changes
Tavi Murray;K. Scharrer;T.d. James;S.r. Dye.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Controls on the distribution of surge-type glaciers in Svalbard
Hester Jiskoot;Tavi Murray;Paul Boyle.
Journal of Glaciology (2000)
Is there a single surge mechanism? Contrasts in dynamics between glacier surges in Svalbard and other regions
Tavi Murray;Tazio Strozzi;Adrian Luckman;Hester Jiskoot.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Rapid erosion, drumlin formation, and changing hydrology beneath an Antarctic ice stream
A.M. Smith;T. Murray;K.W. Nicholls;K. Makinson.
Sediment slugs: large-scale fluctuations in fluvial sediment transport rates and storage volumes
A.P. Nicholas;Philip Ashworth;M.J. Kirkby;M.G. Macklin.
Progress in Physical Geography (1995)
Glacier surge propagation by thermal evolution at the bed
Tavi Murray;Graham W. Stuart;Paul J. Miller;John Woodward.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
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