Publications

 

[for more recent publications, see https://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/geology/people/smellie-jl]

[for older publications, also see list (incomplete) at ora.nerc.ac.uk/view/author/1840.html]

  • Davies, B.J., Golledge, N.R., Glasser, N.F., Carrivick, J.L., Ligtenberg, S.R.M., Barrand, N.E., van den Broeke, M.R., Hambrey,M.J. and Smellie, JL. 2014. Modelled glacier response to centennial temperature and precipitation trends on the Antarctic Peninsula. Nature Climate Change4, 993-998.
  • Fraser, C.I., Terauds, A., Smellie, J., Convey, P. and Chown, S.L. 2014. Geothermal activity helps life survive glacial cycles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi/10.1073/pnas.1321437111.
  • Leat, P.T., Fretwell, P.T., Tate, A.J., Larter, R.D., Martin, T.J., Smellie, J.L., Jokat, W. And Bohrmann, G. 2014. Bathymetry and geological setting of the South Sandwich Islands volcanic arc (various scales). BAS GEOMAP 2 series, Sheet 6, British AntarcticSurvey, Cambridge, UK.
  • Glasser, N.F., Davies, B.J., Carrivick, J.L., Rodes, A., Hambrey, M.J., Smellie, J.L. and Domack, E. 2014. Ice-stream initiation, duration and thinning on James Ross Island, northern Antarctic Peninsula. Quaternary Science Reviews86, 78-88.
  • Smellie, J.L., Rocchi, S., Wilch, T.I., Gemelli, M., Di Vincenzo, G., McIntosh, W., Dunbar, N., Panter, K. and Fargo, A. 2014. Glaciovolcanic evidence for a polythermal Neogene East Antarctic Ice Sheet. Geology, 42, 39-41. Toll-free link (active for 2 yrs from 1January 2014): http://geology.geoscienceworld.org/cgi/content/full/42/1/39?ijkey=xIr2ivrSWzQHg&keytype=ref&siteid=gsgeology
  • Hambrey, J., Davies, B.J., Glasser, N.F., Holt, T.O., Smellie, J.L. and Carrivick, J.L. 2015. Structure and sedimentology of George VI Ice Shelf, Antarctic Peninsula: implications for ice-sheet dynamics and landform development. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 172, 599-613.
  • Hambrey, M.J., Barker, P.F., Barrett, P.J., Bowman, V., Davies, B., Smellie, J.L. and Tranter, M. [editors] 2013. Antarctic palaeoenvironments and earth-surface processes. Geological Society,London, Special Publication, 381, 506 pp.
  • Patrick, M.R. and Smellie, J.L. 2013. A spaceborne inventory of volcanic activity in Antarctica and southern oceans, 2000-2010. Antarctic Science, 25, 475-500.
  • Smellie, J.L., Johnson, J.S. and Nelson, A.E. 2013. Geological map of James Ross Island. 1. James Ross Island Volcanic Group (1:125 000 scale). BAS GEOMAP 2 Series, Sheet 5, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK.
  • Smellie, J.L., Wilch, T. and Rocchi, A. 2013. Aa lava-fed deltas: a new reference tool in paleoenvironmental research. Geology, 41, 403-406 [http://geology.geoscienceworld.org/cgi/content/full/41/4/403?ijkey=02hNnZyhfAI&keytype=ref&siteid=gsgeology]

  • Wilson, L., Smellie, J.L. and Head, J.W. 2013. Volcano-ice interactions. In: Fagents, S., Gregg, T. and Lopes, R. (eds) Modelling of volcanic processes: the physics and methematics of volcanism. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 275-299.
  • Davies, B.J., Glasser, N.F., Carrivick, J.L., Hambrey,M.J., Smellie, J.L. and Nývlt, D. 2013. Landscape evolution and ice-sheet behaviour in a semi-arid polar environment: James Ross Island, NE Antarctic Peninsula. Geological Society, London, Special , 381, 353-395. [doi.org/10.1144/SP381.1]

  • Davies, B.J., Carrivick, J.L., Glasser, N.F., Hambrey, M.J. and Smellie, J.L. 2012. Variable glacier response to atmospheric warming, northern Antarctic Peninsula, 1988–2009. The Cryosphere, 6, 1031-1048. [doi:10.5194/tc-6-1031-2012]
  • Davies, B.J., Hambrey, M.J., Smellie, J.L., Carrivick, J.L. and Glasser, N.J. 2012. Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet evolution during the Cenozoic Era. Quaternary Science Reviews, 31, 30-66.
  • Haase, K.M., Beier, C., Fretzdorff, S. Smellie, J.L. and Garbe-Schonberg, D. 2012. Magmatic evolution of the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica, and implications for continental crust formation. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, DOI: 10.1007/s00410-012-0719-7.
  • Smellie, J.L., Rocchi, S., Gemelli, M., di Vincenzo, G. and Armienti, P. 2011. Late Miocene East Antarctic ice sheet characteristics deduced from terrestrial glaciovolcanic sequences in northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 307, 129-149.
  • Smellie, J.L., Rocchi, S. and Armienti, P. 2011. Late Miocene volcanic sequences in northern Victoria Land, Antarctica: products of glaciovolcanic eruptions under different thermal regimes. Bulletin of Volcanology, 73, 1-25.
  • Salzmann, U., Riding, J.B., Nelson, A.E. and Smellie, J.L. 2011. How likely was a green Antarctic Peninsula during warm Pliocene interglacials? A critical reassessment based on new palynofloras from James Ross Island. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 309, 73-82.
  • Stevenson, J.A., Gilbert, J.S., McGarvie, D.W. and Smellie, J.L. 2011. Explosive rhyolite tuya formation: classic examples from Kerlingarfjöll, Iceland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30, 192-209.
  • Williams, M., Nelson, A.E., Smellie, J.L., Leng, M.J., Johnson, A.L.A., Jarram, D.R., Haywood, A.M., Peck, V.L., Zalasiewicz, J., Bennett, C. and Schöne, B.R. 2010. Sea ice extent and seasonality for the Early Pliocene northern Weddell Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 292, 306-318.
  • McGuire, W., Betts, R., Kilburn, C., Maslin, M., Pyle, D., Smellie, J. And Tappin, D. (editors) 2010. Climate forcing of geological and geomorphological hazards. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 368, 2309-2310.
  • Nelson, A.E., Smellie, J.L., Hambrey, M.J., Williams, M., Vautravers, M., Salzmann, U., McArthur, J.M. and Regelous, M. 2009. Neogene glacigenic debris flows on James Ross Island, northern Antarctic Peninsula, and their implications for regional climate history. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, 3138-3160.
  • Smellie, J.L., Haywood, A.M., Hillenbrand, C-D., Lunt, D.J. and Valdes, P.J. 2009. Nature of the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet during the Pliocene: geological evidence & modelling results compared. Earth-Science Reviews, 94, 79-94.
  • Smellie, J.L. 2009. Terrestrial sub-ice volcanism: landform morphology, sequence characteristics and environmental influences, and implications for candidate Mars examples. In: Chapman, M.G. and Leszthely, L. (eds.) Preservation of random mega-scale events on Mars and Earth: influence on geologic history. Geol. Soc. Am. Special Papers, 453, 55-76.
  • Stevenson, J.A., Smellie, J.L., McGarvie, D.W. and Gilbert, J.S. 2009. Subglacial intermediate volcanism at Kerlingarfjöll, Iceland: magma-water interactions beneath thick ice. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 185, 337-351.
  • Cousins, C., Smellie, J.L., Jones, A.P. and Crawford, I.A. 2009. A comparative study of endolithic borings in basaltic lavas from a transitional subglacial – marine environment. International Journal of Astrobiology, 8, 37-49.
  • Convey, P., Stevens, M.I., Hodgson, D.A., Smellie, J.L., Hillenbrand, C-D., Barnes, D.K.A., Clarke, A., Pugh, P.J.A., Linse, K. and Cary, S.C. 2009. Exploring biological constraints on the glacial history of Antarctica. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, 3035-3048.
  • Johnson, J.S., Smellie, J.L., Nelson, A.E. and Stuart, F.M. 2009. Stability of the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet since the Early Pliocene – evidence from cosmogenic dating of Pliocene lavas on James Ross Island. Global & Planetary Change, 69, 205-213.
  • Smellie, J.L. 2008.  Basaltic subglacial sheet-like sequences: evidence for two types with different implications for the inferred thickness of associated ice. Earth-Science Reviews, 88, No. 1-2, 60-88.
  • Haywood, A.M., Smellie, J.L., Ashworth, A.C., Cantrill, D.J., Florindo, F., Hambrey, M.J., Hill, D., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Hunter, S.J., Larter, R.D., Lear, C.H., Passchier, S., and van de Wal, R. 2008. Middle Miocene to Pliocene history of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. In: Siegert, M.J. and Florindo, F. (eds) Developments in Earth & Environmental Sciences, 8, Antarctic Climate Evolution. Elsevier, pp. 401-463.

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