- Hawkings, J, Wadham, J, Tranter, M, Telling, J, Bagshaw, E, Beaton, A, Simmons, S-L, Chandler, D, Tedstone, A & Nienow, P, 2016, The Greenland Ice Sheet as a hotspot of phosphorus weathering and export in the Arctic. Global Biogeochemical Cycles.
- Musilova, M, Tranter, M, Bennett, SA, Wadham, J & Anesio, AM, 2015, Stable microbial community composition on the Greenland Ice Sheet. Frontiers in microbiology, vol 6.
- Tedesco, M, Doherty, S, Warren, S, Tranter, M, Stroeve, J, Fettweis, X & P, A, 2015, What darkens the Greenland Ice Sheet?. Eos, vol 96.
- Tranter, M, 2015, Grand challenge for low temperature and pressure geochemistry—sparks in the dark, on Earth, Mars, and throughout the Galaxy. Frontiers in Earth Sciences, vol 3.
- Telling, J, Boyd, Eric, Bone, N, Jones, EL, Tranter, M, MacFarlane, J, Martin, P, Wadham, J, Larmarche-Gagon, G, Skidmore, M, Hamilton, T, Hill, E, Jackson, M & DA, H, 2015, Rock comminution as a source of hydrogen for subglacial ecosystems. Nature Geosciences, vol 8., pp. 851-855
- Hodson, A, Brock, B, Pearce, D, Laybourn-Parry, J & Tranter, M, 2015, Cryospheric ecosystems: a synthesis of snowpack and glacial research. Environmental Research Letters, vol 10.
- Hawkings, J, Wadham, J, Tranter, M, Lawson, E, Sole, A, Cowton, T, Tedstone, A, Bartholomew, I, Nienow, P, Chandler, D & Telling, J, 2015, The effect of warming climate on nutrient and solute export from the Greenland Ice Sheet. Geochemical Perspectives Letters, vol 1.
- Death, RM, Wadham, JL, Monteiro, FM, Le Brocq, AM, Tranter, M, Ridgwell, AJ, Dutkiewicz, S & Raiswell, R, 2014, Antarctic ice sheet fertilises the Southern Ocean. Biogeosciences, vol 11., pp. 2635-2643
- Hopwood, MJ, Statham, PJ, Tranter, M & Wadham, JL, 2014, Glacial flours as a potential source of Fe(II) and Fe(III) to polar waters. Biogeochemistry, vol 118., pp. 443-452
- Tranter, M, 2014, Biogeochemistry: Microbes eat rock under ice. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience, vol 512., pp. 256-257
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