Sarah Thompson
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Response of debris-covered glaciers in the Mount Everest region to recent warming, and implications for outburst flood hazards
DI Benn, T Bolch, K Hands, J Gulley, A Luckman, LI Nicholson, D Quincey, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 114 (1-2), 156-174, 2012
Stagnation and mass loss on a Himalayan debris-covered glacier: processes, patterns and rates
S Thompson, DI Benn, J Mertes, A Luckman
Journal of Glaciology 62 (233), 467-485, 2016
A rapidly growing moraine-dammed glacial lake on Ngozumpa Glacier, Nepal
SS Thompson, DI Benn, K Dennis, A Luckman
Geomorphology 145, 1-11, 2012
Structure and evolution of the drainage system of a Himalayan debris-covered glacier, and its relationship with patterns of mass loss
DI Benn, S Thompson, J Gulley, J Mertes, A Luckman, L Nicholson
The Cryosphere, 2017
Using structure‐from‐motion to create glacier DEMs and orthoimagery from historical terrestrial and oblique aerial imagery
JR Mertes, JD Gulley, DI Benn, SS Thompson, LI Nicholson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (14), 2350-2364, 2017
Integrated electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) and self-potential (SP) techniques for assessing hydrological processes within glacial lake moraine dams
S Thompson, B Kulessa, A Luckman
Journal of Glaciology 58 (211), 849-858, 2012
A conceptual model of supra‐glacial lake formation on debris‐covered glaciers based on GPR facies analysis
JR Mertes, SS Thompson, AD Booth, JD Gulley, DI Benn
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (6), 903-914, 2017
Anatomy of terminal moraine segments and implied lake stability on Ngozumpa Glacier, Nepal, from electrical resistivity tomography (ERT)
SS Thompson, B Kulessa, DI Benn, JR Mertes
Scientific Reports 7, 46766, 2017
The evolution of supraglacial lakes, Ngozumpa Glacier, Khumbu Himalaya, Nepal
S Thompson, D Benn, A Luckman, B Kulessa
Geophysical Research Abstracts 12, 2010
Bulk meltwater flow and liquid water content of snowpacks mapped using the electrical self-potential (SP) method
SS Thompson, B Kulessa, RLH Essery, MP Lüthi
The Cryosphere 10 (1), 433-444, 2016
Seawater softening of suture zones inhibits fracture propagation in Antarctic ice shelves
B Kulessa, AD Booth, M O’Leary, D McGrath, EC King, AJ Luckman, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
The electrical self-potential method is a non-intrusive snow-hydrological sensor.
SS Thompson, B Kulessa, RLH Essery, MP Lüthi
Cryosphere Discussions 9 (4), 2015
Comparing satellite and helicopter-based methods for observing crevasses, application in East Antarctica
SS Thompson, S Cook, B Kulessa, JP Winberry, AD Fraser, ...
Cold Regions Science and Technology 178, 103128, 2020
Seismoelectric Characterization of Ice Sheets and Glaciers
B Kulessa, S Garambois, M Dietrich, KE Butler, SS Thompson, G Stuart
Seismoelectric Exploration: Theory, Experiments, and Applications, 383-399, 2020
Heat and groundwater transport between the Antarctic Ice Sheet and subglacial sedimentary basins from electromagnetic geophysical measurements
B Kulessa, K Key, S Thompson, M Siegert
SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2019, 4819-4823, 2019
Holocene book review: Climate Change, Glacier Response, and Vegetation Dynamics in the Himalaya: Contributions toward Future Earth Initiatives
S Thompson
The Holocene 27 (8), 1260-1261, 2017
Observing and characterizing avalanche activity in the Khumbu Himal, Nepal, using Pleiades and airborne HDR imagery
S Thompson, L Nicholson, C Klug, L Rieg, R Sailer, T Bucher, J Brauchle
EGUGA, 9992, 2017
The Electrical Self-Potential Method as a Non-Intrusive Snow-Hydrological Sensor
B Kulessa, SS Thompson, MP Luethi, R Essery
AGUFM 2015, C44B-08, 2015
Processes of mass loss on a debris covered glacier determined by high resolution DEM differencing
S Thompson, DI Benn, J Mertes
EGUGA, 7815, 2015
An analysis of satellite-derived debris-covered glacier surface temperatures for determining debris thickness on a Himalayan glacier
L Nicholson, A Racoviteanu, S Thompson, Y Arnaud
EGUGA, EGU2013-8829, 2013
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