Martin Sharp
Martin Sharp
Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
TitleCited byYear
A reconciled estimate of glacier contributions to sea level rise: 2003 to 2009
AS Gardner, G Moholdt, JG Cogley, B Wouters, AA Arendt, J Wahr, ...
science 340 (6134), 852-857, 2013
7822013
The Randolph Glacier Inventory: a globally complete inventory of glaciers.
WT Pfeffer, AA Arendt, A Bliss, T Bolch, JG Cogley, AS Gardner, ...
Journal of glaciology. 60 (221), 537-552, 2014
4852014
Ancient biomolecules from deep ice cores reveal a forested southern Greenland
E Willerslev, E Cappellini, W Boomsma, R Nielsen, MB Hebsgaard, ...
Science 317 (5834), 111-114, 2007
3542007
Microbial life beneath a high Arctic glacier
ML Skidmore, JM Foght, MJ Sharp
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 66 (8), 3214-3220, 2000
3462000
Sharply increased mass loss from glaciers and ice caps in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago
AS Gardner, G Moholdt, B Wouters, GJ Wolken, DO Burgess, MJ Sharp, ...
Nature 473 (7347), 357, 2011
2872011
Seasonal changes in the morphology of the subglacial drainage system, Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland
P Nienow, M Sharp, I Willis
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23 (9), 825-843, 1998
2801998
Characterization of pebble fabrics in modern terrestrial glacigenic sediments
JA Dowdeswell, MJ Sharp
Sedimentology 33 (5), 699-710, 1986
2681986
Comparison of microbial community compositions of two subglacial environments reveals a possible role for microbes in chemical weathering processes
M Skidmore, SP Anderson, M Sharp, J Foght, BD Lanoil
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71 (11), 6986-6997, 2005
2482005
Widespread bacterial populations at glacier beds and their relationship to rock weathering and carbon cycling
M Sharp, J Parkes, B Cragg, IJ Fairchild, H Lamb, M Tranter
Geology 27 (2), 107-110, 1999
2461999
Borehole water-level variations and the structure of the subglacial hydrological system of Haut Glacier d’Arolla, Valais, Switzerland
BP Hubbard, MJ Sharp, IC Willis, MK Nielsen, CC Smart
Journal of Glaciology 41 (139), 572-583, 1995
2451995
A conceptual model of solute acquisition by Alpine glacial meltwaters
M Tranter, G Brown, R Raiswell, M Sharp, A Gurnell
Journal of Glaciology 39 (133), 573-581, 1993
2221993
Geochemical weathering at the bed of Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland—a new model
M Tranter, MJ Sharp, HR Lamb, GH Brown, BP Hubbard, IC Willis
Hydrological processes 16 (5), 959-993, 2002
2022002
Supplement: State of the Climate in 2013 Supplemental Figures
J Blunden, DS Arndt
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 95 (7), ES1-ES22, 2014
2012014
A distributed surface energy-balance model for a small valley glacier. I. Development and testing for Haut Glacier d’Arolla, Valais, Switzerland
NS Arnold, IC Willis, MJ Sharp, KS Richards, WJ Lawson
Journal of Glaciology 42 (140), 77-89, 1996
1981996
A review of snow and ice albedo and the development of a new physically based broadband albedo parameterization
AS Gardner, MJ Sharp
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 115 (F1), 2010
1972010
Holocene history of environment, vegetation and human settlement on Catta Ness, Lunnasting, Shetland
KD Bennett, S Boreham, MJ Sharp, VR Switsur
Journal of Ecology, 241-273, 1992
1911992
Melting glaciers: a major source of persistent organochlorines to subalpine Bow Lake in Banff National Park, Canada
JM Blais, DW Schindler, DCG Muir, M Sharp, D Donald, M Lafreniere, ...
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 30 (7), 410-415, 2001
1902001
Measurement and parameterization of albedo variations at Haut Glacier d’Arolla, Switzerland
BW Brock, IC Willis, MJ Sharp
Journal of Glaciology 46 (155), 675-688, 2000
1712000
Rates of chemical denudation and CO2 drawdown in a glacier-covered alpine catchment
M Sharp, M Tranter, GH Brown, M Skidmore
Geology 23 (1), 61-64, 1995
1711995
“Crevasse-fill” ridges—a landform type characteristic of surging glaciers?
M Sharp
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 67 (3-4), 213-220, 1985
1661985
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