Sue Cook
Sue Cook
Australian Antarctic Program Partnership, University of Tasmania
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Ocean regulation hypothesis for glacier dynamics in southeast Greenland and implications for ice sheet mass changes
T Murray, K Scharrer, TD James, SR Dye, E Hanna, AD Booth, N Selmes, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 115 (F3), 2010
Melt-under-cutting and buoyancy-driven calving from tidewater glaciers: new insights from discrete element and continuum model simulations
DI Benn, J Åström, T Zwinger, J Todd, FM Nick, S Cook, NRJ Hulton, ...
Journal of Glaciology 63 (240), 691-702, 2017
Modelling environmental influences on calving at Helheim Glacier in eastern Greenland
S Cook, IC Rutt, T Murray, A Luckman, T Zwinger, N Selmes, A Goldsack, ...
The Cryosphere 8 (3), 827-841, 2014
Extensive retreat of Greenland tidewater glaciers, 2000–2010
T Murray, K Scharrer, N Selmes, AD Booth, TD James, SL Bevan, ...
Arctic, antarctic, and alpine research 47 (3), 427-447, 2015
Testing the effect of water in crevasses on a physically based calving model
S Cook, T Zwinger, IC Rutt, S O'Neel, T Murray
Annals of Glaciology 53 (60), 90-96, 2012
Cold ocean cavity and weak basal melting of the sørsdal ice shelf revealed by surveys using autonomous platforms
DE Gwyther, EA Spain, P King, D Guihen, GD Williams, E Evans, S Cook, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 125 (6), e2019JC015882, 2020
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
Modelled fracture and calving on the Totten Ice Shelf
S Cook, J Åström, T Zwinger, BK Galton-Fenzi, JS Greenbaum, ...
The Cryosphere 12 (7), 2401-2411, 2018
Englacial drainage structures in an East Antarctic outlet glacier
T Schaap, MJ Roach, LE Peters, S Cook, B Kulessa, C Schoof
Journal of Glaciology 66 (255), 166-174, 2020
Deriving Melt Rates at a Complex Ice Shelf Base Using In Situ Radar: Application to Totten Ice Shelf
I Vaňková, S Cook, JP Winberry, KW Nicholls, BK Galton‐Fenzi
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (7), e2021GL092692, 2021
Fragmentation theory reveals processes controlling iceberg size distributions
J Åström, S Cook, EM Enderlin, DA Sutherland, A Mazur, N Glasser
Journal of Glaciology 67 (264), 603-612, 2021
Brief communication: widespread potential for seawater infiltration on Antarctic ice shelves
S Cook, BK Galton-Fenzi, SRM Ligtenberg, R Coleman
The Cryosphere 12 (12), 3853-3859, 2018
Data initiatives for ocean-driven melt of Antarctic ice shelves
S Cook, KW Nicholls, I Vaňková, SS Thompson, BK Galton-Fenzi
Annals of Glaciology, 1-6, 2023
Environmental controls on calving in grounded tidewater glaciers
SJ Cook
Swansea University, 2012
The Ice Shelf Lasagne: Understanding the Effects of Differing Rheologies on the Dynamics of an Ice Shelf
L Craw, A Treverrow, F McCormack, S Cook, JL Roberts
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, C015-07, 2020
Towards the systematic reconnaissance of seismic signals from glaciers and ice sheets–Part B: Unsupervised learning for source process characterisation
RB Latto, RJ Turner, AM Reading, S Cook, B Kulessa, JP Winberry
EGUsphere 2023, 1-33, 2023
High spatial melt rate variability near the Totten Glacier grounding zone explained by new bathymetry inversion
I Vaňková, JP Winberry, S Cook, KW Nicholls, CA Greene, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 50 (10), e2023GL102960, 2023
The drainage of glacier and ice sheet surface lakes
C Schoof, S Cook, B Kulessa, S Thompson
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 961, A4, 2023
An observation-based approach to calculating ice-shelf calving mass flux
E Evans, AD Fraser, S Cook, R Coleman, I Joughin
Remote Sensing of Environment 272, 112918, 2022
The temperature change shortcut: effects of mid-experiment temperature changes on the deformation of polycrystalline ice
L Craw, A Treverrow, S Fan, M Peternell, S Cook, F McCormack, ...
The Cryosphere 15 (5), 2235-2250, 2021
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