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Diverse landscapes beneath Pine Island Glacier influence ice flow / Robert G. Bingham, David G. Vaughan, Edward C. King, Damon Davies, Stephen Cornford, Andrew M. Smith, Robert J. Arthern, Alex M. Brisbourne, Jan De Rydt, Alastair G. C. Graham, Matteo Spagnolo, Oliver J. Marsh, David E. Shean

Nature Communications, Volume: 8, Issue: 1, Start page: 1618

Swansea University Author: Stephen Cornford

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Abstract

A decade of radar surveys reveal an intricate landscape under the ice of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica. Pine Island Glacier is one of Antarctica's fastest thinning regions and projections of its future rely on detailed and accurate maps of the bedrock.

Published in: Nature Communications
ISSN: 2041-1723
Published: 2017
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Abstract: A decade of radar surveys reveal an intricate landscape under the ice of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica. Pine Island Glacier is one of Antarctica's fastest thinning regions and projections of its future rely on detailed and accurate maps of the bedrock.
College: College of Science
Issue: 1
Start Page: 1618