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Dr Achraf Koulali Idrissi
Professor Peter Clarke
Grace Nield
Professor Matt King
GPS-Observed Elastic Deformation Due to Surface Mass Balance Variability in the Southern Antarctic Peninsula2022
Grace Nield
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Glacial isostatic adjustment in response to changing Late Holocene behaviour of ice streams on the Siple Coast, West Antarctica2016
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Matt King
Dr Liz Petrie
Spatial and temporal Antarctic ice sheet mass trends, glacio-isostatic adjustment and surface processes from a joint inversion of satellite altimeter, gravity and GPS data2016
Professor Matt King
Greenland supraglacial lake drainages triggered by hydrologically induced basal slip2015
Dr Christopher Watson
Professor Matt King
Unabated global mean sea-level rise over the satellite altimeter era2015
Professor Matt King
Grace Nield
Uplift rates from a new high-density GPS network in Palmer Land indicate significant late Holocene ice loss in the southwestern Weddell Sea2015
Dr Brian Gunter
Professor Matt King
Empirical estimation of present-day Antarctic glacial isostatic adjustment and ice mass change2014
Grace Nield
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Rapid bedrock uplift in the Antarctic Peninsula explained by viscoelastic response to recent ice unloading2014
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Matt King
Revisiting GRACE Antarctic ice mass trends and accelerations considering autocorrelation2014
Professor Matt King
Variable deceleration of Whillans Ice Stream, West Antarctica2014
Julien Gazeaux
Professor Matt King
Dr Liz Petrie
Detecting offsets in GPS time series: First results from the detection of offsets in GPS experiment2013
Professor Matt King
Greenland ice sheet motion insensitive to exceptional meltwater forcing2013
Professor Matt King
Influence of ice-sheet geometry and supraglacial lakes on seasonal ice-flow variability2013
Professor Matt King
Progress in modelling and observing Antarctic glacial isostatic adjustment2013
Professor Matt King
Winter motion mediates dynamic response of the Greenland Ice Sheet to warmer summers2013
Professor Matt King
Dr Ian Thomas
A new glacial isostatic adjustment model for Antarctica: calibrated and tested using observations of relative sea-level change and present-day uplift rates2012
Professor Matt King
A Reconciled Estimate of Ice-Sheet Mass Balance2012
Matthias Kunz
Professor Jon Mills
Dr Pauline Miller
Professor Matt King
Application of surface matching for improved measurements of historic glacier volume change in the Antarctic Peninsula2012
Professor Matt King
Diurnal and semidiurnal tide-induced lateral movement of Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica2012
Professor Matt King
Impact of tide-topography interactions on basal melting of Larsen C Ice Shelf, Antarctica2012
Grace Nield
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Increased ice loading in the Antarctic Peninsula since the 1850s and its effect on glacial isostatic adjustment2012
Professor Matt King
Dr Rory Bingham
Professor Philip Moore
Lower satellite-gravimetry estimates of Antarctic sea-level contribution2012
Professor Matt King
Monument-antenna effects on GPS coordinate time series with application to vertical rates in Antarctica2012
Matthias Kunz
Professor Matt King
Professor Jon Mills
Dr Pauline Miller
Multi-decadal glacier surface lowering in the Antarctic Peninsula2012
Professor Matt King
Observations of enhanced thinning in the upper reaches of Svalbard glaciers2012
Professor Matt King
Dr Maxim Keshin
Dr Ian Thomas
Regional biases in absolute sea-level estimates from tide gauge data due to residual unmodeled vertical land movement2012
Professor Matt King
Short-term variability in Greenland Ice Sheet motion forced by time-varying meltwater drainage: Implications for the relationship between subglacial drainage system behavior and ice velocity2012
Professor Matt King
A benchmark study for glacial isostatic adjustment codes2011
Dr Liz Petrie
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Matt King
A Review of Higher Order Ionospheric Refraction Effects on Dual Frequency GPS2011
Dr Sibylle Goebell
Professor Matt King
Effects of azimuthal multipath asymmetry on long GPS coordinate time series2011
Professor Matt King
Nonlinear interaction between ocean tides and the Larsen C Ice Shelf system2011
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Ocean tides in the Weddell Sea: new observations on the Filchner-Ronne and Larsen C ice shelves and model validation2011
Dr Ian Thomas
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Nigel Penna
Precipitable water vapor estimates from homogeneously reprocessed GPS data: An intertechnique comparison in Antarctica2011
Professor Matt King
Seasonal speedup of a Greenland marine-terminating outlet glacier forced by surface melt-induced changes in subglacial hydrology2011
Professor Matt King
Seasonal variations in Greenland Ice Sheet motion: Inland extent and behaviour at higher elevations2011
Dr Ian Thomas
Professor Matt King
Dr Nigel Penna
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Peter Clarke
et al.
Widespread low rates of Antarctic glacial isostatic adjustment revealed by GPS observations2011
Dr Liz Petrie
Professor Matt King
Professor Philip Moore
Dr David Lavallee
A first look at the effects of ionospheric signal bending on a globally processed GPS network2010
Professor Matt King
Flow of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, is modulated by the ocean tide2010
Dr Liz Petrie
Professor Matt King
Professor Philip Moore
Dr David Lavallee
Higher-order ionospheric effects on the GPS reference frame and velocities2010
Professor Matt King
Dr David Lavallee
Dr Nigel Penna
Improved Constraints on Models of Glacial Isostatic Adjustment: A Review of the Contribution of Ground-Based Geodetic Observations2010
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Liz Petrie
Professor Matt King
et al.
J2: An evaluation of new estimates from GPS, GRACE, and load models compared to SLR2010
Dr Neil Ross
Professor Matt King
Location for direct access to subglacial Lake Ellsworth: An assessment of geophysical data and modeling2010
Professor Matt King
Dr Christopher Watson
Long GPS coordinate time series: Multipath and geometry effects2010
Professor Matt King
Non-linear responses of Rutford Ice Stream, Antarctica, to semi-diurnal and diurnal tidal forcing2010
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Matt King
Satellite gravity gradiometry: Secular gravity field change over polar regions2010
Professor Matt King
Seasonal evolution of subglacial drainage and acceleration in a Greenland outlet glacier2010
Professor Matt King
Anna-Jane Freemantle
A 4-decade record of elevation change of the Amery Ice Shelf, East Antarctica2009
Professor Matt King
Apparent stability of GPS monumentation from short-baseline time series2009
Dr Pauline Miller
Matthias Kunz
Professor Jon Mills
Professor Matt King
Assessment of Glacier Volume Change Using ASTER-Based Surface Matching of Historical Photography2009
Professor Matt King
Greenland ice sheet motion coupled with daily melting in late summer2009
Professor Matt King
Terminus dynamics at an advancing glacier: Taku Glacier, Alaska2009
Professor Matt King
The GPS Contribution to the Error Budget of Surface Elevations Derived From Airborne LIDAR2009
Dr Ian Thomas
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
A Validation of Ocean Tide Models Around Antarctica Using GPS Measurements2008
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Matt King
Antarctic ice mass balance estimates from GRACE: Tidal aliasing effects2008
Professor Matt King
Basal Mechanics of Ice Streams: Insights from Stick-slip Motion of Whillans Ice Stream, West Antarctica2008
Professor Matt King
Fracture propagation to the base of the Greenland ice sheet during supraglacial lake drainage2008
Professor Matt King
Seasonal speedup along the western flank of the Greenland ice sheet2008
Professor Matt King
Simultaneous teleseismic and geodetic observations of the stick-slip motion of an Antarctic ice stream2008
Professor Matt King
Dr Christopher Watson
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Subdaily signals in GPS observations and their effect at semiannual and annual periods2008
Professor Matt King
Tidal gravity variations revisited at Vostok Station, Antarctica2008
Professor Matt King
Tidal influence on Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica: observations of surface flow and basal processes from closely-spaced GPS and passive seismic stations2008
Dr Ian Thomas
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
A comparison of GPS, VLBI and model estimates of ocean tide loading displacements2007
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Matt King
GPS height time series: Short-period origins of spurious long-period signals2007
Aidan Smith
Professor Matt King
Ice flow modulated by tides at up to annual periods at Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica2007
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Matt King
Tidal Aliasing of Ice-Mass Balance Estimates over Antarctica2007
Professor Matt King
Velocity change of the Amery Ice Shelf, East Antarctica, during the period 1968-19992007
Professor Matt King
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr David Lavallee
Choice of optimal averaging radii for temporal GRACE gravity solutions, a comparison with GPS and satellite altimetry2006
Professor Matt King
Anna Freemantle
Four decades of elevation change of the Amery Ice Shelf, East Antarctica2006
Professor Matt King
Kinematic and static GPS techniques for estimating tidal displacements with application to Antarctica2006
Professor Matt King
Signal versus noise in glaciological GPS time series2006
Aidan Smith
Professor Matt King
Tidal control of ice stream flow at annual and semi-annual frequencies2006
Professor Matt King
Accuracy assessment of ocean tide models around Antarctica2005
Professor Matt King
Comparing of GPS results from different processing of ambiguity parameters - A case study in the Amery Ice Shelf region, East Antarctica2005
Professor Matt King
Continued deceleration of Whillans ice stream West Antartica2005
Professor Matt King
Control of ice stream stick-slip dynamics by frictional healing2005
Professor Matt King
Details of Tidally Modulated Stick-Slip Motion of Whillans Ice Stream, West Antarctica2005
Professor Matt King
Ice shelf tides: Modeling, detection and removal2005
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Matt King
Radiometric Path Delay Calibration of ER-2 with Application to Altimetric Range2005
Professor Matt King
Tidal Modulation of the Flow of Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica2005
Professor Matt King
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Edmund King
Validation of ocean tide models around Antarctica using onshore GPS and gravity data2005
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Matt King
Assessment of the Jason-1 and TOPEX/Poseidon microwave radiometer performance using GPS from offshore sites in the north sea2004
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Matt King
Radiometric path delay calibration of ERS-2 with application to altimetric range2004
Professor Matt King
Rigorous GPS data-processing strategies for glaciological applications2004
Craig Allinson
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Matt King
Stability of direct GPS estimates of ocean tide loading2004
Professor Matt King
Simon Edwards
The Ups and Downs of GPS Heighting in Britain – part 2: The Troposphere2004
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Matt King
Comparison of TOPEX/Jason-1 and ERS-2 tropospheric xenith wet delay measurements with estimates from offshore GPS data2003
Professor Matt King
Ice stream D flow speed is strongly modulated by the tide beneath the Ross Ice Shelf2003
Professor Matt King
Ice-shelf elevation changes due to atmospheric pressure variations2003
Professor Matt King
More on the stick-slip motion of Whillans Ice Stream, Antarctica2003
Professor Matt King
Spurious periodic horizontal signals in sub-daily GPS position estimates2003
Professor Matt King
Spurious periodic horizontal signals in sub-daily GPS position estimates2003
Professor Matt King
Tidal observations on floating ice using a single GPS receiver2003
Professor Matt King
Tidally controlled stick-slip discharge of a West Antarctic ice stream2003
Professor Matt King
Tidally driven stick-slip motion in the mouth of Whillans Ice Stream, Antarctica2003
Professor Matt King
Ice Shelf Elevation Changes due to Atmospheric Pressure Variations2002
Professor Matt King
Parameter Bias When Processing GPS Data Containing Unmodelled Vertical Signals: Sensitivity Analysis2002
Professor Matt King
Redefinition of the Amery Ice Shelf, East Antarctica, grounding zone2002
Professor Matt King
Tide-induced lateral movement of Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica2002
Professor Matt King
Tide-induced lateral movement of Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica2002
Professor Matt King
The dynamics of the Amery Ice Shelf - Investigations using terrestrial and GPS data2001
Professor Matt King
The dynamics of the Amery Ice Shelf from a combination of terrestrial and space geodetic data [PhD Thesis]2001
Professor Matt King
Ice velocities of the Lambert Glacier from static GPS observations2000
Professor Matt King
Strategies for high precision processing of GPS measurements with application to the Amery Ice Shelf, East Antarctica2000
Professor Matt King
Treatment of horizontal and vertical tidal signals in GPS data: A case study on a floating ice shelf2000
Professor Matt King
GPS: Putting it on ice1998