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2012
Peters, L.E.., S.. Anandakrishnan, R.B.. Alley, and D.E.. Voigt, "Seismic attenuation in glacial ice: A proxy for englacial temperature", Journal of Geophysical ResearchJournal of Geophysical Research, vol. 117, no. F2, pp. 1-10, 2012.
2008
Anandakrishnan, S.., R.. Jacobel, and L.E.. Peters, "Combining Seismic and Radar Methods to Characterize Subglacial Properties", International Symposium on Radioglaciology and its Application, Madrid, Spain, 6/13, 2008.
2007
Horgan, H.J.., S.. Anandakrishnan, R.B.. Alley, and L.E.. Peters, "Beneath the Ice Streams of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet - Seismic Imaging of a Sediment Conveyor", European Geosciences Union General Assembly, vol. 9, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Letters, pp. 2007-A-02460, 2007.
2006
Anandakrishnan, S.., M.. A. King, D.E.. Voigt, R.B.. Alley, J.. P. Winberry, H.. Horgan, L.E.. Peters, and R.. A. Bindschadler, "Dispersive response of ice stream flow to tidal forcing", International Symposium on Cryospheric Indicators of Global Climate Change, Cambridge, UK, International Glaciological Society, 8/20, 2006.
Peters, L.E.., S.. Anandakrishnan, and D.E.. Voigt, "Temporal variations in the subglacial regime of Bindschadler ice stream", International Symposium on Cryospheric Indicators of Global Climate Change, Cambridge, UK, International Glaciological Society, 8/20, 2006.

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