Journal article

A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum

Michael J Bentley, Colm O Cofaigh, John B Anderson, Howard Conway, Bethan Davies, Alastair GC Graham, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Dominic A Hodgson, Stewart SR Jamieson, Robert D Larter, Andrew Mackintosh, James A Smith, Elie Verleyen, Robert P Ackert, Philip J Bart, Sonja Berg, Daniel Brunstein, Miguel Canals, Eric A Colhoun, Xavier Crosta Show all

Quaternary Science Reviews | PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD | Published : 2014


Awarded by NERC

Awarded by Natural Environment Research Council

Awarded by Directorate For Geosciences

Awarded by Division Of Ocean Sciences

Awarded by Office of Polar Programs (OPP)

Funding Acknowledgements

Our thanks go to the many individuals who have studied Antarctic deglaciation and the people who have supported them in the field and at sea over the last several decades - our understanding of ice-sheet behaviour and this volume would not exist without their dedicated hard work, often in demanding conditions. We also thank all of the national funding agencies who have supported the work described in this volume (MJB acknowledges NERC grant NE/F014260/1). We also thank the Editors of QSR for their helpful comments and editorial support and to Chris Clark and Mike Hambrey for reviews that helped improve the paper. Tim Horscroft was very helpful in keeping the various papers on schedule. The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) research programme 2004-2011 'Antarctic Climate Evolution' (ACE) provided funding for an initial discussion workshop for which we are grateful. This Special Volume forms an output of the SCAR programme 'Past Antarctic Ice Sheet Dynamics' (PAIS).