Andrew Finlayson
Andrew Finlayson
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The northern sector of the last British Ice Sheet: maximum extent and demise
T Bradwell, MS Stoker, NR Golledge, CK Wilson, JW Merritt, D Long, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 88 (3-4), 207-226, 2008
2832008
Evolution of a Lateglacial mountain icecap in northern Scotland
A Finlayson, N Golledge, T Bradwell, D Fabel
Boreas 40 (3), 536-554, 2011
572011
Ice sheet advance, dynamics, and decay configurations: evidence from west central Scotland
A Finlayson, J Merritt, M Browne, J Merritt, A McMillan, K Whitbread
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (7-8), 969-988, 2010
472010
Growth and decay of a marine terminating sector of the last British–Irish Ice Sheet: a geomorphological reconstruction
A Finlayson, D Fabel, T Bradwell, D Sugden
Quaternary Science Reviews 83, 28-45, 2014
452014
Deep urban groundwater vulnerability in India revealed through the use of emerging organic contaminants and residence time tracers
DJ Lapworth, P Das, A Shaw, A Mukherjee, W Civil, JO Petersen, ...
Environmental Pollution 240, 938-949, 2018
392018
Submarine glacial landforms record Late Pleistocene ice-sheet dynamics, Inner Hebrides, Scotland
D Dove, R Arosio, A Finlayson, T Bradwell, JA Howe
Quaternary Science Reviews 123, 76-90, 2015
342015
Glacial geomorphology of the Creag Meagaidh Massif, Western Grampian Highlands: implications for local glaciation and palaeoclimate during the Loch Lomond Stadial
AG Finlayson
Scottish Geographical Journal 122 (4), 293-307, 2006
302006
Morphological characteristics, formation and glaciological significance of Rogen moraine in northern Scotland
AG Finlayson, T Bradwell
Geomorphology 101 (4), 607-617, 2008
262008
The last glaciation of Shetland, north Atlantic
NR Golledge, A Finlayson, T Bradwell, JD Everest
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 90 (1), 37-53, 2008
252008
Structural evolution triggers a dynamic reduction in active glacier length during rapid retreat: Evidence from Falljökull, SE Iceland
E Phillips, A Finlayson, T Bradwell, J Everest, L Jones
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 119 (10), 2194-2208, 2014
232014
Digital surface models are not always representative of former glacier beds: palaeoglaciological and geomorphological implications
A Finlayson
Geomorphology 194, 25-33, 2013
232013
Self-recovery from disasters: an interdisciplinary perspective
J Twigg, E Lovell, H Schofield, L Miranda Morel, B Flinn, S Sargeant, A ...
ODI Working Paper, 2017
22*2017
Fracturing, block faulting, and moulin development associated with progressive collapse and retreat of a maritime glacier: Falljökull, SE Iceland
E Phillips, A Finlayson, L Jones
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (3), 1545-1561, 2013
222013
Testing the application and limitation of stochastic simulations to predict the lithology of glacial and fluvial deposits in Central Glasgow, UK
T Kearsey, J Williams, A Finlayson, P Williamson, M Dobbs, B Marchant, ...
Engineering Geology 187, 98-112, 2015
202015
Ice dynamics and sediment movement: last glacial cycle, Clyde basin, Scotland
AG Finlayson
Journal of Glaciology 58 (209), 487-500, 2012
172012
Groundwater, flooding and hydrological functioning in the Findhorn floodplain, Scotland
AM MacDonald, DJ Lapworth, AG Hughes, CA Auton, L Maurice, ...
Hydrology Research 45 (6), 755-773, 2014
162014
A near-field gaussian plume inversion flux quantification method, applied to unmanned aerial vehicle sampling
A Shah, G Allen, JR Pitt, H Ricketts, PI Williams, J Helmore, A Finlayson, ...
Atmosphere 10 (7), 396, 2019
132019
Pattern, style and timing of British–Irish Ice Sheet retreat: Shetland and northern North Sea sector
T Bradwell, D Small, D Fabel, CD Clark, RC Chiverrell, MH Saher, D Dove, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science, 2019
102019
Concentrated,‘pulsed’axial glacier flow: structural glaciological evidence from Kvíárjökull in SE Iceland
E Phillips, J Everest, DJA Evans, A Finlayson, M Ewertowski, A Guild, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (13), 1901-1922, 2017
102017
Scottish landform example 38: The windblown sands of An Teallach
CK Ballantyne, SM Morrocco
Scottish Geographical Journal 122 (2), 149-159, 2006
92006
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