John F. Hiemstra
John F. Hiemstra
Associate Professor, Glaciology Group, Swansea University, UK
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Subglacial till: formation, sedimentary characteristics and classification
DJA Evans, ER Phillips, JF Hiemstra, CA Auton
Earth-Science Reviews 78 (1-2), 115-176, 2006
Flow dynamics and till genesis associated with a marine-based Antarctic palaeo-ice stream
CÓ Cofaigh, JA Dowdeswell, CS Allen, JF Hiemstra, CJ Pudsey, J Evans, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 24 (5-6), 709-740, 2005
Till deposition by glacier submarginal, incremental thickening
DJA Evans, JF Hiemstra
Earth surface processes and landforms 30 (13), 1633-1662, 2005
Observing artificially induced strain: implications for subglacial deformation
JF Hiemstra, KF Rijsdijk
Journal of Quaternary Science 18 (5), 373-383, 2003
An extensive and dynamic ice sheet on the West Greenland shelf during the last glacial cycle
C Ó Cofaigh, JA Dowdeswell, AE Jennings, KA Hogan, A Kilfeather, ...
Geology 41 (2), 219-222, 2013
Pore-water controlled grain fracturing as an indicator for subglacial shearing in tills
JF Hiemstra, JJM Van Der Meer
Journal of Glaciology 43 (145), 446-454, 1997
New evidence for a grounded Irish Sea glaciation of the Isles of Scilly, UK
JF Hiemstra, DJA Evans, JD Scourse, D McCarroll, MFA Furze, E Rhodes
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (3-4), 299-309, 2006
Exposure-age constraints on the extent, timing and rate of retreat of the last Irish Sea ice stream
D McCarroll, JO Stone, CK Ballantyne, JD Scourse, LK Fifield, DJA Evans, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (15-16), 1844-1852, 2010
Deglaciation of a major palaeo-ice stream in Disko Trough, West Greenland
KA Hogan, CÓ Cofaigh, AE Jennings, JA Dowdeswell, JF Hiemstra
Quaternary Science Reviews 147, 5-26, 2016
The Mount Feather Diamicton of the Sirius Group: an accumulation of indicators of Neogene Antarctic glacial and climatic history
GS Wilson, JA Barron, AC Ashworth, RA Askin, JA Carter, MG Curren, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 182 (1-2), 117-131, 2002
New age constraints for the limit of the British–Irish Ice Sheet on the Isles of Scilly
RK Smedley, JD Scourse, D Small, JF Hiemstra, GAT Duller, MD Bateman, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 32 (1), 48-62, 2017
A critical assessment of subglacial mega-floods: a case study of glacial sediments and landforms in south-central Alberta, Canada
DJA Evans, BR Rea, JF Hiemstra, CÓ Cofaigh
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (13-14), 1638-1667, 2006
The role of glacitectonic rafting and comminution in the production of subglacial tills: examples from southwest Ireland and Antarctica
JF Hiemstra, DJA Evans, CÓ Cofaigh
Boreas 36 (4), 386-399, 2007
Streaming flow of an Antarctic Peninsula palaeo-ice stream, both by basal sliding and deformation of substrate
BTI Reinardy, RD Larter, CD Hillenbrand, T Murray, JF Hiemstra, ...
Journal of Glaciology 57 (204), 596-608, 2011
Till genesis at the bed of an Antarctic Peninsula palaeo‐ice stream as indicated by micromorphological analysis
BTI Reinardy, JF Hiemstra, T Murray, CD HILLENBRAND, RD Larter
Boreas 40 (3), 498-517, 2011
Evidence for the asynchronous retreat of large outlet glaciers in southeast Greenland at the end of the last glaciation
LM Dyke, ALC Hughes, T Murray, JF Hiemstra, CS Andresen, Á Rodés
Quaternary Science Reviews 99, 244-259, 2014
Till stratigraphy and sedimentology at the margins of terrestrially terminating ice streams: case study of the western Canadian prairies and high plains
DJA Evans, JF Hiemstra, CM Boston, I Leighton, CÓ Cofaigh, BR Rea
Quaternary Science Reviews 46, 80-125, 2012
An assessment of clast macrofabrics in glacigenic sediments based on A/B plane data
DJA Evans, JF Hiemstra, C O'cofaigh
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 89 (2), 103-120, 2007
Formation of a stratified subglacial ‘till’assemblage by ice‐marginal thrusting and glacier overriding
C Ó COFAIGH, DJA Evans, JF Hiemstra
Boreas 40 (1), 1-14, 2011
Integrated micro‐and macro‐scale analyses of Last Glacial Maximum Irish Sea Diamicts from Abermawr and Traeth y Mwnt, Wales, UK
Boreas 34 (1), 61-74, 2005
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