Andrew J. Dugmore

Publications in cryosphere research affiliated to University of Edinburgh:

Wells, G. H., A. J. Dugmore, T. Beach, E. R. C. Baynes, Þ. Sæmundsson & S. Luzzadder-Beach (2022, June) Reconstructing glacial outburst floods (jökulhlaups) from geomorphology: Challenges, solutions, and an enhanced interpretive framework. Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment, 46 (3), 398–421.

Kirkbride, M. P. & A. J. Dugmore (2008, November) Two millennia of glacier advances from southern Iceland dated by tephrochronology. Quaternary Research, 70 (3), 398-411.

Orwin, J. F., K. M. McKinzey, M. A. Stephens & A. J. Dugmore (2008, June) Identifying moraine surfaces with similar histories using lichen size distributions and the U2 statistic, southeast Iceland. Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, 90 (2), 151-164.

Casely, A. F. & A. J. Dugmore (2007, November) Good for glaciers, bad for people? Archaeologically relevant climate models developed from reconstructions of glacier mass balance. Journal of Archaeological Science, 34 (11), 1763-1773.

Hubbard, A., D. Sugden, A. Dugmore, H. Norðdahl & H. G. Petursson (2006, September) A modelling insight into the Icelandic Last Glacial Maximum ice sheet. Quaternary Science Reviews, 25 (17-18), 2283-2296.

Kirkbride, M. P. & A. J. Dugmore (2006, July) Responses of mountain ice caps in central Iceland to Holocene climate change. Quaternary Science Reviews, 25 (13-14), 1692-1707.

Smith, K. T. & A. J. Dugmore (2006, June) Jökulhlaups circa Landnám: Mid‐to-late first millennium AD floods in south Iceland and their implications for landscapes of settlement. Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, 88 (2), 165-176.

Bradwell, T., A. J. Dugmore & D. E. Sugden (2006, February) The Little Ice Age glacier maximum in Iceland and the North Atlantic Oscillation: Evidence from Lambatungnajökull, southeast Iceland. Boreas, 35 (1), 61-80.

McKinzey, K. M., R. Ólafsdóttir & A. J. Dugmore (2005, October) Perception, history, and science: Coherence or disparity in the timing of the Little Ice Age maximum in southeast Iceland? Polar Record, 41 (4), 319-334.

Casely, A. F. & A. J. Dugmore (2004, May) Climate change and ‘anomalous’ glacier fluctuations: The southwest outlets of Mýrdalsjökull, Iceland. Boreas, 33 (2), 108-122.

Kirkbride, M. P. & A. J. Dugmore (2003, September) Glaciological response to distal tephra fallout from the 1947 eruption of Hekla, south Iceland. Journal of Glaciology, 49 (166), 420-428.

Bingham, R. G., N. R. J. Hulton & A. J. Dugmore (2003, February) Modelling the southern extent of the last Icelandic ice sheet. Journal of Quaternary Science, 18 (2), 169-181.

Mackintosh, A. N., A. J. Dugmore & A. L. Hubbard (2002, May) Holocene climatic changes in Iceland: Evidence from modelling glacier length fluctuations at Sólheimajökull. Quaternary International, 91 (1), 39-52.

Kirkbride, M. P. & A. J. Dugmore (2001, February) Timing and significance of mid-Holocene glacier advances in northern and central Iceland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 16 (2), 145-153.

Kirkbride, M. P. & A. J. Dugmore (2001, January) Can lichenometry be used to date the “Little Ice Age” glacial maximum in Iceland? Climatic Change, 48 (1), 151-167.

Mackintosh, A. N. & A. J. Dugmore (2000, August) Modelling Holocene glacier fluctuations and climatic change in Iceland. Geolines, 11, 142-146. Online repository at CAS.

Mackintosh, A. N., A. J. Dugmore & F. M. Jacobsen (2000, April) Ice-thickness measurements of Sólheimajökull, southern Iceland and their relevance to its recent behaviour. Jökull, 48, 9-16. Online repository at

Bentley, M. J. & A. J. Dugmore (1998) Landslides and the rate of glacial-trough formation in Iceland. In Mountain Glaciation, ed. L. A. Owen, 11-15, Journal of Quaternary Science: Quaternary Proceedings, Wiley, New York.

Dugmore, A. J. & D. E. Sugden (1991, June) Do the anomalous fluctuations of Sólheimajökull reflect ice-divide migration? Boreas, 20 (2), 105-113.