Jason Gulley
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Response of debris-covered glaciers in the Mount Everest region to recent warming, and implications for outburst flood hazards
DI Benn, T Benn, K Hands, J Gulley, A Luckman, LI Nicholson, D Quincey, ...
Earth-Science Reviews, 2012
Direct observations of evolving subglacial drainage beneath the Greenland Ice Sheet
LC Andrews, GA Catania, MJ Hoffman, JD Gulley, MP Lüthi, C Ryser, ...
Nature 514 (7520), 80-83, 2014
Bacterial calcium carbonate precipitation in cave environments: a function of calcium homeostasis
ED Banks, NM Taylor, J Gulley, BR Lubbers, JG Giarrizzo, HA Bullen, ...
Geomicrobiology Journal 27 (5), 444-454, 2010
Englacial drainage systems formed by hydrologically driven crevasse propagation
D Benn, J Gulley, A Luckman, A Adamek, PS Glowacki
Journal of Glaciology 55 (191), 513-523, 2009
Mechanisms of englacial conduit formation and their implications for subglacial recharge
JD Gulley, DI Benn, E Screaton, J Martin
Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (19-20), 1984-1999, 2009
Greenland subglacial drainage evolution regulated by weakly connected regions of the bed
MJ Hoffman, LC Andrews, SF Price, GA Catania, TA Neumann, MP Lüthi, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 13903, 2016
Structural control of englacial drainage systems in Himalayan debris-covered glaciers
J Gulley, DI Benn
Journal of Glaciology 53 (182), 399-412, 2007
A cut-and-closure origin for englacial conduits in uncrevassed regions of polythermal glaciers
JD Gulley, DI Benn, D Müller, A Luckman
Journal of Glaciology 55 (189), 66-80, 2009
Structure and evolution of the drainage system of a Himalayan debris-covered glacier, and its relationship with patterns of mass loss
DI Benn, S Thompson, J Gulley, J Mertes, A Luckman, L Nicholson
The Cryosphere 11 (5), 2247-2264, 2017
Hydrologic and biotic influences on nitrate removal in a subtropical spring‐fed river
JB Heffernan, MJ Cohen, TK Frazer, RG Thomas, TJ Rayfield, J Gulley, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (1), 249-263, 2010
Using structure‐from‐motion to create glacier DEMs and orthoimagery from historical terrestrial and oblique aerial imagery
JR Mertes, JD Gulley, DI Benn, SS Thompson, LI Nicholson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (14), 2350-2364, 2017
River reversals into karst springs: A model for cave enlargement in eogenetic karst aquifers
J Gulley, JB Martin, EJ Screaton, PJ Moore
Bulletin 123 (3-4), 457-467, 2011
Tidal pumping of water between Bahamian blue holes, aquifers, and the ocean
JB Martin, J Gulley, P Spellman
Journal of Hydrology 416, 28-38, 2012
Formation of phreatic caves in an eogenetic karst aquifer by CO2 enrichment at lower water tables and subsequent flooding by sea level rise
JD Gulley, JB Martin, PJ Moore, J Murphy
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (11), 1210-1224, 2013
The effect of discrete recharge by moulins and heterogeneity in flow path efficiency at glacier beds on subglacial hydrology
JD Gulley, M Grabiec, JB Martin, J Jania, G Catania, P Glowacki
Journal of Glaciology 58 (211), 2012
A conceptual model of supra‐glacial lake formation on debris‐covered glaciers based on GPR facies analysis
JR Mertes, SS Thompson, AD Booth, JD Gulley, DI Benn
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (6), 903-914, 2017
Structural control of englacial conduits in the temperate Matanuska Glacier, Alaska, USA
J Gulley
Journal of Glaciology 55 (192), 681-690, 2009
Karst GIS advances in Kentucky.
LJ Florea, RL Paylor, L Simpson, J Gulley
Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 64 (1), 58-62, 2002
Heterogeneous distributions of CO2 may be more important for dissolution and karstification in coastal eogenetic limestone than mixing dissolution
JD Gulley, JB Martin, PJ Moore, A Brown, PD Spellman, J Ezell
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (8), 1057-1071, 2015
Vadose CO2 gas drives dissolution at water tables in eogenetic karst aquifers more than mixing dissolution
J Gulley, J Martin, P Moore
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (13), 1833-1846, 2014
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