ScotIce: How fast could ice caps collapse?
Fabel, D. and Shanks R. (NERC NE/S01120X/1). £794,893. 2019-2022. This grant focuses on improving 10Be and 26Al AMS measurement precision and development of 26Al positive ion mass spectrometry (PIMS) to determine how fast the Scottish ice cap retreated in response to rapid warming at the end of Greenland Stadial 1 (GS1).
BRITICE-CHRONO: Constraining rates and style of marine-influenced ice sheet decay. Fabel, D., Freeman, S., Moreton, S. (NERC NE/J008729/1). £687,373. 2012-17. This grant forms part of the NERC consortium project BRITICE-CHRONO, which involves scientists from eight universities, the British Geological Survey and British Antarctic Survey.
Thickness constraints of the Patagonian Ice Sheet over the last glacial cycle. Fabel, D. and Geiger, A. (NERC Cosmogenic Isotope Analysis Application No: 9117/0412). £30,600. 2012.
Altitude and configuration of the last British-Irish ice sheet: testing the nunatak hypothesis using cosmogenic Be-10 exposure dating. Ballantyne, C. and Fabel, D. (NERC NE/H010831/1). £33,876. 2010-2011.
Postglacial bedrock river incision. Fabel, D., Bishop, P., Jansen, J.D., Whitbread K. (NERC Cosmogenic Isotope Analysis Facility Allocation 9088.0410). £13k. 2010.
Termination II in Central Europe: ice sheet dynamics and climate variability. Rinterknecht, V., Matoshko, A. and Fabel, D. (The Royal Society). £12,000. 2009.
Simulation of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet through a glacial cycle. Stroeven, A., Fabel, D. and Clague, J. (VR 2008-3449). SEK 2,295,000 (£176,420). 2009-2011.
Glacial history of Norway and Greenland. Linge, H. and Fabel, D. (Bjerknes Climate Centre and University of Bergen, Norway). £41,423. 2007-2009.
Reconstructing the Cordilleran ice sheet with geomorphology, cosmogenic isotopes and ice sheet modelling: History of the least-understood and fastest responding ice sheet of the northern hemisphere. Stroeven, A., Fabel, D., Harbor, J., Kleman, J. and Lambeck, K. (VR 2005-4972). SEK 2,228,000 (£171,270). 2006-2009. Co-Investigator John Clague (Simon Fraser University, Canada).