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Gordon Hamilton
Gordon Hamilton
Professor of Earth and Climate Sciences, University of Maine
Verified email at maine.edu
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Rapid circulation of warm subtropical waters in a major glacial fjord in East Greenland
F Straneo, GS Hamilton, DA Sutherland, LA Stearns, F Davidson, ...
Nature Geoscience 3 (3), 182-186, 2010
3822010
Multispectral imaging contributions to global land ice measurements from space
JS Kargel, MJ Abrams, MP Bishop, A Bush, G Hamilton, H Jiskoot, A Kääb, ...
Remote sensing of environment 99 (1-2), 187-219, 2005
3142005
Remote sensing and GIS technology in the Global Land Ice Measurements from Space (GLIMS) project
B Raup, A Kääb, JS Kargel, MP Bishop, G Hamilton, E Lee, F Paul, F Rau, ...
Computers & Geosciences 33 (1), 104-125, 2007
2742007
Increased flow speed on a large East Antarctic outlet glacier caused by subglacial floods
LA Stearns, BE Smith, GS Hamilton
Nature Geoscience 1 (12), 827-831, 2008
2682008
State of the Antarctic and Southern Ocean climate system
PA Mayewski, MP Meredith, CP Summerhayes, J Turner, A Worby, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 47 (1), 2009
2502009
Impact of fjord dynamics and glacial runoff on the circulation near Helheim Glacier
F Straneo, RG Curry, DA Sutherland, GS Hamilton, C Cenedese, K Våge, ...
Nature Geoscience 4 (5), 322-327, 2011
2482011
The duration of the active phase on surge-type glaciers: contrasts between Svalbard and other regions
JA Dowdeswell, GS Hamilton, JO Hagen
Journal of Glaciology 37 (127), 388-400, 1991
2391991
Characteristics of ocean waters reaching Greenland's glaciers
F Straneo, DA Sutherland, D Holland, C Gladish, GS Hamilton, ...
Annals of Glaciology 53 (60), 202-210, 2012
2132012
Rapid volume loss from two East Greenland outlet glaciers quantified using repeat stereo satellite imagery
LA Stearns, GS Hamilton
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (5), 2007
1642007
Challenges to understanding the dynamic response of Greenland's marine terminating glaciers to oceanic and atmospheric forcing
F Straneo, P Heimbach, O Sergienko, G Hamilton, G Catania, S Griffies, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (8), 1131-1144, 2013
1582013
Controls on glacier surging in Svalbard
GS Hamilton, JA Dowdeswell
Journal of Glaciology 42 (140), 157-168, 1996
1351996
Mass balance change as a control on the frequency and occurrence of glacier surges in Svalbard, Norwegian High Arctic
JA Dowdeswell, R Hodgkins, AM Nuttall, JO Hagen, GS Hamilton
Geophysical Research Letters 22 (21), 2909-2912, 1995
1271995
Evolution of melt pond volume on the surface of the Greenland Ice Sheet
WA Sneed, GS Hamilton
Geophysical research letters 34 (3), 2007
1182007
Snow chemistry across Antarctica
N Bertler, PA Mayewski, A Aristarain, P Barrett, S Becagli, R Bernardo, ...
Annals of Glaciology 41, 167-179, 2005
1112005
Step‐wise changes in glacier flow speed coincide with calving and glacial earthquakes at Helheim Glacier, Greenland
M Nettles, TB Larsen, P Elosegui, GS Hamilton, LA Stearns, AP Ahlstrøm, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (24), 2008
1042008
Variability in accumulation rates from GPR profiling on the West Antarctic plateau
VB Spikes, GS Hamilton, SA Arcone, S Kaspari, PA Mayewski
Annals of Glaciology 39, 238-244, 2004
1032004
Climate variability in West Antarctica derived from annual accumulation-rate records from ITASE firn/ice cores
S Kaspari, PA Mayewski, DA Dixon, VB Spikes, SB Sneed, MJ Handley, ...
Annals of Glaciology 39, 585-594, 2004
892004
Spatial and temporal melt variability at Helheim Glacier, East Greenland, and its effect on ice dynamics
ML Andersen, TB Larsen, M Nettles, P Elosegui, D Van As, GS Hamilton, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 115 (F4), 2010
882010
First point measurements of ice-sheet thickness change in Antarctica
GS Hamilton, IM Whillans, PJ Morgan
Annals of Glaciology 27, 125-129, 1998
801998
Seasonal variations of outlet glacier terminus position in Greenland
KM Schild, GS Hamilton
Journal of Glaciology 59 (216), 759-770, 2013
792013
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