Dr Darrel A Swift

Refereed research articles in journals

  • Cook, S.J., Swift, D.A., Graham, D.J. and Midgley, N.G. (2011). Origin and significance of 'dispersed facies' basal ice: Svínafellsjökull, Iceland. Journal of Glaciology, 57(204), 710-720.
  • Swift, D.A., Sanderson, D.C.W., Nienow, P.W., Bingham, R.G. and Cochrane, I.C. (2011). Anomalous luminescence of subglacial sediment at Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland – a consequence of resetting at the glacier bed? Boreas, 40(3), 446-458.
  • Cook, S.J., Graham, D.J., Swift, D.A., Midgley, N.G. and Adam, W.G. (2011). Sedimentary signatures of basal ice formation and their preservation in ice-marginal sediments. Geomorphology, 125(1), 122-131.
  • Swift, D.A., Persano, C., Stuart, F.M, Gallagher, K. and Whitham, A. (2008). A reassessment of the role of ice sheet glaciation in the long-term evolution of the East Greenland fjord region. Geomorphology, 97(1-2), 109-125.
  • Stroeven, A.P. and Swift, D.A. (2008). Glacial landscape evolution — implications for glacial processes, patterns and reconstructions. Geomorphology, 94(1-2), 1-4.
  • Swift, D.A. (2006). Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland: Hydrological controls on subglacial sediment evacuation and glacial erosional capacity. In: Knight, P.G. (ed.) Glacier Science and Environmental Change, Blackwell, 23-25.
  • Swift, D.A., Evans, D.J.A. and Fallick, A.E. (2006). Transverse englacial debris-rich ice bands at Kvíárjökull, southeast Iceland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 25(13-14), 1708-1718.
  • Swift, D.A., Nienow, P.W. and Hoey, T.B. (2005). Basal sediment evacuation by subglacial meltwater: suspended sediment transport from Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 30(7), 867-883.
  • Swift, D.A., Nienow, P.W., Hoey, T.B. and Mair, D.W.F. (2005). Seasonal evolution of runoff from Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland and implications for glacial geomorphic processes. Journal of Hydrology, 309(1-4), 133-148.
  • Swift, D.A., Nienow, P.W., Spedding, N. and Hoey, T.B. (2002). Geomorphic implications of subglacial drainage system configuration: rates of basal sediment evacuation controlled by seasonal drainage system evolution. Sedimentary Geology, 149(1-3), 5-19.