Clare Boston
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Glacial geomorphological mapping: A review of approaches and frameworks for best practice
BMP Chandler, H Lovell, CM Boston, S Lukas, ID Barr, Õ÷ Benediktsson, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 185, 806-846, 2018
Clast shape analysis and clast transport paths in glacial environments: A critical review of methods and the role of lithology
S Lukas, DI Benn, CM Boston, M Brook, S Coray, DJA Evans, A Graf, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 121, 96-116, 2013
A Younger Dryas plateau icefield in the Monadhliath, Scotland, and implications for regional palaeoclimate
CM Boston, S Lukas, SJ Carr
Quaternary Science Reviews 108, 139-162, 2015
Till stratigraphy and sedimentology at the margins of terrestrially terminating ice streams: case study of the western Canadian prairies and high plains
DJA Evans, JF Hiemstra, CM Boston, I Leighton, C” Cofaigh, BR Rea
Quaternary Science Reviews 46, 80-125, 2012
Styles of till deposition at the margin of the Last Glacial Maximum North Sea lobe of the British–Irish Ice Sheet: an assessment based on geochemical properties of glacigenic†…
CM Boston, DJA Evans, C” Cofaigh
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (23-24), 3184-3211, 2010
Manual mapping of drumlins in synthetic landscapes to assess operator effectiveness
JK Hillier, MJ Smith, R Armugam, I Barr, CM Boston, CD Clark, J Ely, ...
Journal of Maps 11 (5), 719-729, 2015
A spatially-restricted Younger Dryas plateau icefield in the Gaick, Scotland: Reconstruction and palaeoclimatic implications
BMP Chandler, CM Boston, S Lukas
Quaternary Science Reviews 211, 107-135, 2019
Pervasive cold ice within a temperate glacier–implications for glacier thermal regimes, sediment transport and foreland geomorphology
BTI Reinardy, AD Booth, ALC Hughes, CM Boston, H Ňkesson, J Bakke, ...
The Cryosphere 13 (3), 827-843, 2019
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
A glacial geomorphological map of the Monadhliath Mountains, Central Scottish Highlands
CM Boston
Journal of Maps 8 (4), 437-444, 2012
Glacitectonic composite ridge systems and surge-type glaciers: an updated correlation based on Svalbard, Norway
H Lovell, CM Boston
arktos 3, 1-16, 2017
Glacier reconstruction
DM Pearce, JC Ely, ID Barr, CM Boston
British Society for Geomorphology, 2017
Evolution of the Norwegian plateau icefield HardangerjÝkulen since the ‘Little Ice Age’
P Weber, CM Boston, H Lovell, LM Andreassen
The Holocene 29 (12), 1885-1905, 2019
Multiple Late Holocene surges of a High-Arctic tidewater glacier system in Svalbard
H Lovell, DI Benn, S Lukas, D Ottesen, A Luckman, M Hardiman, ID Barr, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 201, 162-185, 2018
Topographic controls on plateau icefield recession: insights from the Younger Dryas Monadhliath Icefield, Scotland
CM Boston, S Lukas
Journal of Quaternary Science 34 (6), 433-451, 2019
A comparison of simultaneous temperature and humidity observations from the SW and NE slopes of Kilimanjaro: the role of slope aspect and differential land-cover in controlling†…
NC Pepin, G Pike, M Schaefer, CM Boston, H Lovell
Global and Planetary Change 157, 244-258, 2017
Evidence for restricted Loch Lomond Stadial plateau ice in Glen Turret and implications for the age of the Turret Fan
CM Boston, S Lukas
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 128 (1), 42-53, 2017
Testing and application of a model for snow redistribution (Snow_Blow) in the Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica
SC Mills, AM Le Brocq, K Winter, M Smith, J Hillier, E Ardakova, ...
Journal of glaciology 65 (254), 957-970, 2019
A Lateglacial plateau icefield in the Monadhliath Mountains, Scotland: reconstruction, dynamics and palaeoclimatic implications
CM Boston
Queen Mary University of London, 2012
Glacial geomorphology of the Gaick, central Grampians, Scotland
BMP Chandler, S Lukas, CM Boston, JW Merritt
Journal of Maps 15 (2), 60-78, 2019
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