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John Edgar
Katie Gilmour
Maggie White
Dr Geoffrey Abbott
Dr Jon Telling
et al.
Aeolian driven oxidant and hydrogen generation in Martian regolith: The role of mineralogy and abrasion temperature,2022
Dr Graham Purvis
John Edgar
Dr Casey Dixon
Professor Lidija Siller
Dr Jon Telling
et al.
Aeolian driven silicate comminution unlikely to be responsible for the rapid loss of Martian methane2022
Dr Jon Telling
A window into the abiotic carbon cycle – Acetate and formate in fracture waters in 2.7 billion year-old host rocks of the Canadian Shield2021
Dr Jon Telling
Novel microbial groups drive productivity in an Archean iron formation2021
Dr Jon Telling
Rapid development and persistence of efficient subglacial drainage under 900 m-thick ice in Greenland2021
Dr Jon Telling
The potential of subglacial erosion to sustain microbial processes in Subglacial Lake Whillans, Antarctica2021
Will Smith
Dr Stuart Dunning
Dr Stephen Brough
Dr Neil Ross
Dr Jon Telling
et al.
GERALDINE (Google earth Engine supRaglAciaL Debris INput dEtector): A new tool for identifying and monitoring supraglacial debris inputs2020
Dr Jon Telling
‘Follow the Water’: Hydrogeochemical Constraints on Microbial Investigations 2.4 km Below Surface at the Kidd Creek Deep Fluid and Deep Life Observatory2019
Dr Emmal Safi
Dr Jon Telling
Aeolian abrasion of rocks as a mechanism to produce methane in the Martian atmosphere2019
Professor Steve Juggins
Dr Jon Telling
Arctic climate shifts drive rapid ecosystem responses across the West Greenland landscape2019
Dr Jon Telling
Greenland melt drives continuous export of methane from the ice-sheet bed2019
Dr Jon Telling
Investigation of subglacial weathering under the Greenland Ice Sheet using silicon isotopes2019
Dr Jon Telling
Subsurface scientific exploration of extraterrestrial environments (MINAR 5): analogue science, technology and education in the Boulby Mine, UK2019
Dr Jon Telling
Weathering dynamics under contrasting Greenland Ice Sheet catchments2019
Dr Jon Telling
Bioenergetic constraints on microbial hydrogen utilization in Precambrian deep crustal fracture fluids2018
Dr Jon Telling
Glacial erosion liberates lithologic energy sources for microbes and acidity for chemical weathering beneath glaciers and ice sheets2018
Dr Jon Telling
Meltwater export of prokaryotic cells from the Greenland Ice Sheet2017
Dr Jon Telling
Microbially-driven export of organic matter from the Greenland ice sheet2017
Dr Jon Telling
The Arctic in the Twenty-First Century: Changing Biogeochemical Linkages across a Paraglacial Landscape of Greenland2017
Dr Jon Telling
Viable cold-tolerant iron-reducing microorganisms in geographically diverse subglacial environments2017
Dr Jon Telling
Microbial dynamics in a High Arctic glacier forefield: a combined field, laboratory, and modelling approach2016
Dr Jon Telling
Sources, cycling and export of nitrogen on the Greenland Ice Sheet2016
Dr Jon Telling
The Greenland Ice Sheet as a hot spot of phosphorus weathering and export in the Arctic2016
Dr Jon Telling
Rock comminution as a source of hydrogen for subglacial ecosystems2015
Dr Jon Telling
Seasonal changes of ice surface characteristics and productivity in the ablation zone of the Greenland Ice Sheet2015
Dr Jon Telling
The effect of warming climate on nutrient and solute export from the Greenland Ice Sheet2015
Dr Jon Telling
Ice sheets as a significant source of highly reactive nanoparticulate iron to the oceans2014
Dr Jon Telling
Spring thaw ionic pulses boost nutrient availability and microbial growth in entombed Antarctic Dry Valley cryoconite holes2014
Dr Jon Telling
Carbon and Hydrogen Isotopic Composition of Methane and C2+ Alkanes in Electrical Spark Discharge: Implications for Identifying Sources of Hydrocarbons in Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Settings2013
Dr Jon Telling
Viral impacts on bacterial communities in Arctic cryoconite2013
Dr Jon Telling
Microbial nitrogen cycling on the Greenland Ice Sheet2012