Sarah Mager
Sarah Mager
School of Geography, University of Otago
Verified email at otago.ac.nz
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Mechanisms of basal ice formation in polar glaciers: an evaluation of the apron entrainment model
S Fitzsimons, N Webb, S Mager, S MacDonell, R Lorrain, D Samyn
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 113 (F2), 2008
302008
Formation of glaciolacustrine late Pleistocene end moraines in the Tasman valley, New Zealand
S Mager, S Fitzsimons
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (5-6), 743-758, 2007
302007
The importance of community‐based informal water supply systems in the developing world and the need for formal sector support
ES Liddle, SM Mager, EL Nel
The Geographical Journal 182 (1), 85-96, 2016
252016
Anchor ice in polar oceans
SM Mager, IJ Smith, EW Kempema, BJ Thomson, GH Leonard
Progress in Physical Geography 37 (4), 468-483, 2013
212013
Formation of ice-shelf moraines by accretion of sea water and marine sediment at the southern margin of the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica
S Fitzsimons, S Mager, R Frew, A Clifford, G Wilson
Annals of Glaciology 53 (60), 211-220, 2012
182012
The suitability of shallow hand dug wells for safe water provision in sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from Ndola, Zambia
ES Liddle, SM Mager, EL Nel
Applied Geography 57, 80-90, 2015
162015
Predicting suspended sediment concentration from nephelometric turbidity in organic‐rich waters
CE Bright, SM Mager, SL Horton
River Research and Applications 34 (7), 640-648, 2018
152018
Graduate attribute attainment in a multi-level undergraduate geography course
S Mager, R Spronken-Smith
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 38 (2), 238-250, 2014
132014
Stakeholder collaboration on policymaking for sustainable water management in Singapore’s hotel sector: A network analysis
X Hu, B Lovelock, T Ying, S Mager
Sustainability 11 (8), 2360, 2019
112019
Response of nephelometric turbidity to hydrodynamic particle size of fine suspended sediment
C Bright, S Mager, S Horton
International Journal of Sediment Research 35 (5), 444-454, 2020
102020
Contribution of particulate organic matter to riverine suspended material in the Glendhu Experimental Catchments, Otago, New Zealand
CE Bright, SM Mager
Journal of Hydrology (New Zealand) 55 (2), 89-105, 2016
102016
Sustainable water demand management in the hotel sector: A policy network analysis of Singapore
X Hu, T Ying, B Lovelock, S Mager
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 27 (11), 1686-1707, 2019
92019
AD-3 Stable isotope composition of the basal ice from Taylor Glacier, Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica
S Mager, S Fitzsimons, R Frew, D Samyn
The 10th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, 2007
72007
Catchment-scale weathering fluxes in the Southern Alps, New Zealand
SM Mager, EE Diack, SL Horton
Geomorphology 316, 24-34, 2018
62018
Composition and origin of amber ice and its influence on the behaviour of cold glaciers in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica
S Mager, S Fitzsimons, R Frew, D Samyn, R Lorrain
Journal of Glaciology 55 (190), 363-372, 2009
62009
Water quality awareness and barriers to safe water provisioning in informal communities: A case study from Ndola, Zambia
ES Liddle, SM Mager, E Nel
Bulletin of Geography. Socio-economic Series, 167-181, 2014
52014
Towards a process model for predicting potential anchor ice formation sites in coastal Antarctic waters
GH Leonard, SM Mager, AG Pauling, KG Hughes, IJ Smith
Journal of Spatial Science 59 (2), 297-312, 2014
52014
Catchment-scale influences on riverine organic matter in southern New Zealand
CE Bright, SM Mager, SL Horton
Geomorphology 353, 107010, 2020
42020
A compositional approach to understanding the formation of basal ice in Antarctic glaciers
SM Mager
University of Otago, 2006
42006
A framework for estimating anchor ice extent at potential formation sites in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
SM Mager, GH Leonard, AG Pauling, IJ Smith
Annals of Glaciology 56 (69), 394-404, 2015
32015
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