Robin E. Bell
Robin E. Bell
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ldeo.columbia.edu
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Large subglacial lakes in East Antarctica at the onset of fast-flowing ice streams
RE Bell, M Studinger, CA Shuman, MA Fahnestock, I Joughin
Nature 445 (7130), 904-907, 2007
2522007
Active volcanism beneath the West Antarctic ice sheet and implications for ice-sheet stability
DD Blankenship, RE Bell, SM Hodge, JM Brozena, JC Behrendt, CA Finn
Nature 361 (6412), 526-529, 1993
2241993
The role of subglacial water in ice-sheet mass balance
RE Bell
Nature Geoscience 1 (5), 297-304, 2008
1852008
Ice cover, landscape setting, and geological framework of Lake Vostok, East Antarctica
M Studinger, RE Bell, GD Karner, AA Tikku, JW Holt, DL Morse, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 205 (3-4), 195-210, 2003
1762003
East Antarctic rifting triggers uplift of the Gamburtsev Mountains
F Ferraccioli, CA Finn, TA Jordan, RE Bell, LM Anderson, D Damaske
Nature 479 (7373), 388-392, 2011
1752011
Origin and fate of Lake Vostok water frozen to the base of the East Antarctic ice sheet
RE Bell, M Studinger, AA Tikku, GKC Clarke, MM Gutner, C Meertens
Nature 416 (6878), 307-310, 2002
1732002
Widespread persistent thickening of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet by freezing from the base
RE Bell, F Ferraccioli, TT Creyts, D Braaten, H Corr, I Das, D Damaske, ...
Science 331 (6024), 1592-1595, 2011
1552011
Structure of the Dead Sea pull‐apart basin from gravity analyses
US Ten Brink, Z Ben‐Avraham, RE Bell, M Hassouneh, DF Coleman, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B12), 21877-21894, 1993
1531993
Sub-ice geology inland of the Transantarctic Mountains in light of new aerogeophysical data
M Studinger, RE Bell, WR Buck, GD Karner, DD Blankenship
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 220 (3-4), 391-408, 2004
1372004
Antarctic Ice Shelf Potentially Stabilized by Export of Meltwater in Surface River
RE Bell, WY Chu, J Kingslake, I Das, M Tedesco, KJ Tinto, CJ Zappa, ...
Nature Geoscience 544, 344-348, 2017
892017
Influence of Persistent Wind Scour on the Surface Mass Balance of Antarctica
I Das, RE Bell, TA Scambos, M Wolovick, TT Creyts, M Studinger, ...
Nature Geoscience, 2013
762013
How Much, How Fast: A Science Review and Outlook for Research on the Instability of Antarctica Thwaites Glacier in the 21st Century
TA Scambos, RE Bell, RB Alley, S Anandakrishnan, DH Bromwich, ...
Global and Planetary Change, 2017
672017
Identification and control of subglacial water networks under Dome A, Antarctica
MJ Wolovick, RE Bell, TT Creyts, N Frearson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (1), 140-154, 2013
462013
Thermal and unroofing history of a thick, tilted Basin‐and‐Range crustal section in the Tortilla Mountains, Arizona
KA Howard, DA Foster
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 101 (B1), 511-522, 1996
451996
Spatial variations in a condensed interval between estuarine and open-marine settings: Holocene Hudson River estuary and adjacent continental shelf
CMG McHugh, SF Pekar, N Christie-Blick, WBF Ryan, S Carbotte, R Bell
Geology 32 (2), 169-172, 2004
232004
Complex Basal Thermal Transition Near the Onset of Petermann Glacier, Greenland
WY Chu, DM Schroeder, HS Seroussi, TT Creyts, RE Bell
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 2018
192018
Air and shipborne magnetic surveys of the Antarctic into the 21st century
A Golynsky, R Bell, D Blankenship, D Damaske, F Ferraccioli, C Finn, ...
Tectonophysics 585, 3-12, 2013
142013
Maximizing Productivity and Recognition, Part 1: Publication, Citation, and Impact
S Pfirman, P Balsam, R Bell, J Laird, P Culligan
Science, 2007
42007
Exploring the Gamburtsev Subglacial Mountains with aerogeophysical surveys during the IPY
M Studinger, RE Bell, D Braaten, D Damaske, F Ferraccioli, CA Finn, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2006, U21B-0814, 2006
22006
Bridging the poles: Education linked with research
S Pfirman, RE Bell, M Turrin, P Maru
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2004, ED32B-02, 2004
22004
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