Owen King
Owen King
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Spatial variability in mass loss of glaciers in the Everest region, central Himalayas, between 2000 and 2015
O King, DJ Quincey, JL Carrivick, AV Rowan
The Cryosphere 11 (1), 407-426, 2017
Contrasting geometric and dynamic evolution of lake and land-terminating glaciers in the central Himalaya
O King, A Dehecq, D Quincey, J Carrivick
Global and Planetary Change 167, 46-60, 2018
Quantifying debris thickness of debris‐covered glaciers in the Everest Region of Nepal through inversion of a subdebris melt model
DR Rounce, O King, M McCarthy, DE Shean, F Salerno
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 123 (5), 1094-1115, 2018
Glacial lakes exacerbate Himalayan glacier mass loss
O King, A Bhattacharya, R Bhambri, T Bolch
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
Optimising NDWI supraglacial pond classification on Himalayan debris-covered glaciers
CS Watson, O King, ES Miles, DJ Quincey
Remote sensing of environment 217, 414-425, 2018
Evaluating morphological estimates of the aerodynamic roughness of debris covered glacier ice
D Quincey, M Smith, D Rounce, A Ross, O King, C Watson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (15), 2541-2553, 2017
The structural, geometric and volumetric changes of a polythermal Arctic glacier during a surge cycle: Comfortlessbreen, Svalbard
O King, MJ Hambrey, TDL Irvine‐Fynn, TO Holt
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41 (2), 162-177, 2016
Everest's thinning glaciers: implications for tourism and mountaineering
CS Watson, O King
Geology Today 34 (1), 18-25, 2018
Spatial variability in mass change of glaciers in the Everest region, central Himalaya, between 2000 and 2015
O King, DJ Quincey, JL Carrivick, AV Rowan
The Cryosphere Discussions, 1-35, 2016
Accelerated volume loss in glacier ablation zones of NE Greenland, Little Ice Age to present
JL Carrivick, CM Boston, O King, WHM James, DJ Quincey, MW Smith, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (3), 1476-1484, 2019
The structural and dynamic responses of Stange Ice Shelf to recent environmental change
TO Holt, NF Glasser, HA Fricker, L Padman, A Luckman, O King, ...
Antarctic Science 26 (6), 646-660, 2014
Morphometric evolution of Everest region debris-covered glaciers
O King, AGD Turner, DJ Quincey, JL Carrivick
Geomorphology 371, 107422, 2020
Six Decades of Glacier Mass Changes around Mt. Everest Are Revealed by Historical and Contemporary Images
O King, A Bhattacharya, S Ghuffar, A Tait, S Guilford, AC Elmore, T Bolch
One Earth 3 (5), 608-620, 2020
Multiannual observations and modelling of seasonal thermal profiles through supraglacial debris in the Central Himalaya
AV Rowan, L Nicholson, E Collier, DJ Quincey, MJ Gibson, P Wagnon, ...
The Cryosphere Discussions, 1-39, 2017
New aerogeophysical views of crustal architecture in the Recovery frontier of East Antarctica
F Ferraccioli, R Forsberg, T Jordan, K Matsuoka, A Olsen, O King, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 4374, 2014
Satellite-based estimates of glacier mass change in High Mountain Asia since the 1960s
A Bhattacharya, T Bolch, K Mukherjee, O King, B Menounos, N Neckel, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
The role of differential ablation in driving accelerated mass loss from debris-covered Himalayan glaciers: predicting the life expectancy of Khumbu Glacier, Nepal
AV Rowan, DL Egholm, DJ Quincey, BP Hubbard, O King, ES Miles, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
Examining geodetic glacier mass balance in the eastern Pamir transition zone
M Lv, DJ Quincey, H Guo, O King, G Liu, S Yan, X Lu, Z Ruan
Journal of Glaciology 66 (260), 927-937, 2020
Accelerating recent mass loss from debris-covered Khumbu Glacier in Nepal, and projected response to climate change by 2200 CE
A Rowan, D Egholm, D Quincey, B Hubbard, E Miles, K Miles, O King
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 20189, 2020
Examining the temporal variability of the mass balance of Everest’s glaciers over the last six decades.
O King, A Bhattacharya, T Bolch, S Guilford, SB Hyde, A Tait
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
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