Andrew R. Kerr

PhD Thesis, University of Edinburgh, 1993: Modelling the response of ice sheets to climatic change and topography. University of Edinburgh.

Publications in cryosphere research affiliated to University of Edinburgh:

Sugden, D. E., C. J. Fogwill, A. S. Hein, F. M. Stuart, A. R. Kerr & P. W. Kubik (2014, March 01) Emergence of the Shackleton Range from beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet due to glacial erosion. Geomorphology, 208, 190-199.

Fogwill, C. J., M. J. Bentley, D. E. Sugden, A. R. Kerr & P. W. Kubik (2004, March) Cosmogenic nuclides 10Be and 26Al imply limited Antarctic Ice Sheet thickening and low erosion in the Shackleton Range for > 1 m.y. Geology, 32 (3), 265-268.

Kerr, A., D. E. Sugden & M. A. Summerfield (2000) Linking tectonics and landscape development in a passive margin setting: The Transantarctic Mountains. In Geomorphology and Global Tectonics, ed. M. A. Summerfield, 303-319, Wiley, New York.

Kerr, A. & P. Huybrechts (1999, December) The response of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet to the evolving tectonic configuration of the Transantarctic Mountains. Global and Planetary Change, 23 (1-4), 213-229.

Kerr, A. (1997, March) Approaches to modelling long-term landscape evolution: Lessons from ice-sheet modelling. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 22 (3), 267-271.<267::AID-ESP754>3.0.CO;2-5.

Warren, C. R., N. F. Glasser, S. Harrison, V. Winchester, A. R. Kerr & A. Rivera (1995, August) Characteristics of tidewater calving at Glaciar San Rafael, Chile. Journal of Glaciology, 41 (138), 273-289.

Kerr, A. & D. Sugden (1994, November) The sensitivity of the south Chilean snowline to climatic change. Climatic Change, 28 (3), 255-272.

Marchant, D. R., G. H. Denton, J. G. Bockheim, S. C. Wilson & A. R. Kerr (1994, March) Quaternary changes in level of the Upper Taylor Glacier, Antarctica: Implications for paleoclimate and East Antarctic Ice Sheet dynamics. Boreas, 23 (1), 29-43.

Kerr, A. (1993, July) Topography, climate and ice masses: A review. Terra Nova, 5 (4), 332-342.