James Lea
James Lea
Lecturer in Glaciology, University of Liverpool
Verified email at liverpool.ac.uk
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Increasing meltwater discharge from the Nuuk region of the Greenland ice sheet and implications for mass balance (1960–2012)
D Van As, ML Andersen, D Petersen, X Fettweis, JH Van Angelen, ...
Journal of Glaciology 60 (220), 314-322, 2014
532014
Terminus-driven retreat of a major southwest Greenland tidewater glacier during the early 19th century: insights from glacier reconstructions and numerical modelling
JM Lea, DWF Mair, FM Nick, BR Rea, A Weidick, KH Kjaer, M Morlighem, ...
Journal of Glaciology 60 (220), 333-344, 2014
242014
Fluctuations of a Greenlandic tidewater glacier driven by changes in atmospheric forcing: observations and modelling of Kangiata Nunaata Sermia, 1859–present
JM Lea, DWF Mair, FM Nick, BR Rea, D van As, M Morlighem, ...
The Cryosphere 8, 2031-2045, 2014
222014
Fluctuations of a Greenlandic tidewater glacier driven by changes in atmospheric forcing: observations and modelling of Kangiata Nunaata Sermia, 1859–present
JM Lea, DWF Mair, FM Nick, BR Rea, D Van As, M Morlighem, ...
The Cryosphere Discussions, 2014
222014
Evaluation of existing and new methods of tracking glacier terminus change
JM Lea, DWF Mair, BR Rea
Journal of Glaciology 60 (220), 323-332, 2014
212014
Shallow ice approximation, second order shallow ice approximation, and full Stokes models: A discussion of their roles in palaeo-ice sheet modelling and development
N Kirchner, J Ahlkrona, EJ Gowan, P Lötstedt, JM Lea, R Noormets, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 147, 136-147, 2016
182016
Timing of the first drainage of the Baltic Ice Lake synchronous with the onset of Greenland Stadial 1
F Muschitiello, JM Lea, SL Greenwood, FM Nick, L Brunnberg, ...
Boreas 45 (2), 322-334, 2016
172016
ICESHEET 1.0: a program to produce paleo-ice sheet reconstructions with minimal assumptions
EJ Gowan, P Tregoning, A Purcell, J Lea, OJ Fransner, R Noormets, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 9 (5), 1673-1682, 2016
112016
Quantification of turbate microstructures through a subglacial till: dimensions and characteristics
JM Lea, A Palmer
Boreas 43 (4), 869-881, 2014
62014
The Google Earth Engine Digitisation Tool (GEEDiT) and the Margin change Quantification Tool (MaQiT)–simple tools for the rapid mapping and quantification of changing Earth …
JM Lea
Earth Surface Dynamics 6 (3), 551-561, 2018
52018
Controls on the early Holocene collapse of the Bothnian Sea Ice Stream
CC Clason, SL Greenwood, N Selmes, JM Lea, SSR Jamieson, FM Nick, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121 (12), 2494-2513, 2016
52016
Enhanced ice sheet melting driven by volcanic eruptions during the last deglaciation
F Muschitiello, FSR Pausata, JM Lea, DWF Mair, B Wohlfarth
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1020, 2017
42017
Influences of salinity on the physiology and distribution of the Arctic coralline algae, Lithothamnion glaciale (Corallinales, Rhodophyta)
KM Schoenrock, M Bacquet, D Pearce, BR Rea, JE Schofield, J Lea, ...
Journal of phycology 54 (5), 690-702, 2018
32018
The glacial geomorphology of upper Godthåbsfjord (Nuup Kangerlua) in southwest Greenland
DM Pearce, DWF Mair, BR Rea, JM Lea, JE Schofield, N Kamenos, ...
Journal of Maps 14 (2), 45-55, 2018
22018
ICESHEET 1.0: A program to produce paleo-ice sheet models with minimal assumptions
EJ Gowan, P Tregoning, A Purcell, J Lea, OJ Fransner, R Noormets, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 2016, 1-1, 2016
12016
The influence of basal drag on ice flow across Antarctica and Greenland
D Mair, J Lea
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 19, 8790, 2017
2017
Reconstructing the behaviour of a major SW Greenland tidewater glacier over the last millennium.
D Pearce, DWF Mair, BR Rea, J Schofield, JM Lea, N Kamenos, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 839, 2016
2016
Precise timing of the first drainage of the Baltic Ice Lake from Swedish glacial-varve chronologies
F Muschitiello, JM Lea, SL Greenwood, FM Nick, L Brunnberg, ...
Boreas 45 (2), 322-334, 2016
2016
Evaluations of new and existing methods for the quantification of tidewater glacier terminus change, and their comparability to numerical model output.
JM Lea, DWF Mair, BR Rea
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 16, 6601, 2014
2014
Air temperature drives 140 years of fluctuations at a major Greenlandic tidewater glacier.
JM Lea, DWF Mair, FM Nick, BR Rea, PW Nienow
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 16, 6563, 2014
2014
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