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Ice shelf fracture parameterization in an ice sheet model / Sainan Sun, Stephen Cornford, John C. Moore, Rupert Gladstone, Liyun Zhao

The Cryosphere, Volume: 11, Issue: 6, Pages: 2543 - 2554

Swansea University Author: Stephen Cornford

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We add a continuum damage model to the BISICLES AMR ice sheet model to simulate crevasse growth and transport, and test its impact on a standard test. We conclude that damage mechanics are important in ice shelves, and reduce their drag upon upstream glaciers, but that models may perform similarly w...

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ISSN: 1994-0424
Published: 2017
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description We add a continuum damage model to the BISICLES AMR ice sheet model to simulate crevasse growth and transport, and test its impact on a standard test. We conclude that damage mechanics are important in ice shelves, and reduce their drag upon upstream glaciers, but that models may perform similarly with simple rules-of-thumb.
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