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Dr Sebastian Rosier

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

Campus Address

217A Ellison Building,
Northumbria University,
Newcastle Upon Tyne,

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • A new bathymetry for the southeastern Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf, Rosier, S., Hofstede, C., Brisbourne, A., Hattermann, T., Nicholls, K., Davis, P., Anker, P., Hillenbrand, C., Smith, A., Corr, H. Jul 2018, In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans
  • Tidal bending of ice shelves as a mechanism for large-scale temporal variations in ice flow, Rosier, S., Gudmundsson, H. 18 May 2018, In: The Cryosphere
  • Bed conditions of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica, Brisbourne, A., Smith, A., Vaughan, D., King, E., Davies, D., Bingham, R., Smith, E., Nias, I., Rosier, S. Jan 2017, In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface
  • On the interpretation of ice-shelf flexure measurements, Rosier, S., Marsh, O., Rack, W., Survey, B., Wild, C., Ryan, M. 1 Oct 2017, In: Journal of Glaciology
  • Strong tidal variations in ice flow observed across the entire Ronne Ice Shelf and adjoining ice streams, Rosier, S., Gudmundsson, H., King, M., Nicholls, K., Makinson, K., Corr, H. 20 Nov 2017, In: Earth System Science Data
  • Tidal controls on the flow of ice streams, Rosier, S., Gudmundsson, H. 16 May 2016, In: Geophysical Research Letters
  • Temporal variations in the flow of a large Antarctic ice stream controlled by tidally induced changes in the subglacial water system, Rosier, S., Gudmundsson, H., Green, M. 21 Aug 2015, In: The Cryosphere
  • Insights into ice stream dynamics through modelling their response to tidal forcing, Rosier, S., Gudmundsson, H., Green, M. 25 Sep 2014, In: The Cryosphere
  • Modeling Antarctic tides in response to ice shelf thinning and retreat, Rosier, S., Green, M., Scourse, J., Winkelmann, R. 7 Jan 2014, In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans

PGR Supervision

Cristina Gerli Start: 01/10/2019


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