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2017
Carter S.P, Fricker H.A, Siegfried M.R.  2017.  Antarctic subglacial lakes drain through sediment-floored canals: theory and model testing on real and idealized domains. Cryosphere. 11:381-405.
2016
Pattyn F., Carter S.P, Thoma M..  2016.  Advances in modelling subglacial lakes and their interaction with the Antarctic ice sheet. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society a-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences. 374
Fricker H.A, Siegfried M.R, Carter S.P, Scambos T.A.  2016.  A decade of progress in observing and modelling Antarctic subglacial water systems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society a-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences. 374
Siegfried M.R, Fricker H.A, Carter S.P, Tulaczyk S..  2016.  Episodic ice velocity fluctuations triggered by a subglacial flood in West Antarctica. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:2640-2648.
2015
Bougamont M., Christoffersen P., Price S.F, Fricker H.A, Tulaczyk S., Carter S.P.  2015.  Reactivation of Kamb Ice Stream tributaries triggers century-scale reorganization of Siple Coast ice flow in West Antarctica. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:8471-8480.
Walter J.I, Svetlizky I., Fineberg J., Brodsky E.E, Tulaczyk S., Barcheck C.G, Carter S.P.  2015.  Rupture speed dependence on initial stress profiles: Insights from glacier and laboratory stick-slip. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 411:112-120.
2014
Fricker H.A, Carter S.P, Bell R.E, Scambos T..  2014.  Active lakes of Recovery Ice Stream, East Antarctica: a bedrock-controlled subglacial hydrological system. Journal of Glaciology. 60:1015-1030.
Christner B.C, Priscu J.C, Achberger A.M, Barbante C., Carter S.P, Christianson K., Michaud A.B, Mikucki J.A, Mitchell A.C, Skidmore M.L et al..  2014.  A microbial ecosystem beneath the West Antarctic ice sheet. Nature. 512:310-+.
Bougamont M., Christoffersen P., Hubbard A.L, Fitzpatrick A.A, Doyle S.H, Carter S.P.  2014.  Sensitive response of the Greenland Ice Sheet to surface melt drainage over a soft bed. Nature Communications. 5
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