An ice stream margin as seen with high resolution radar


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steven.franke [ at ] awi.de

Abstract

In connection with the East Grip ice core drilling project airborne and groundbased multichannel radar systems were used to look in detail at the internal structures inside and outside of the Northeast Greenland Icestream. While the icestream margins surface expression is just delineated by slight depressions their internal structures are characterized by rather complicated multifold elements. These features hopefully can be used to better characterize the dynamics inherent in icestream systems.



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IASC Workshop on the Dynamics; Mass Budget of Arctic Glaciers & the ASC Network on Arctic Glaciology Annual Meeting, 28 Jan 2020 - 30 Jan 2020.
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51608
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Jansen, D. , Steinhage, D. , Miller, H. , Helm, V. , Franke, S. , Dahl-Jensen, D. , Jie, Y. , O'Neill, C. and Gogineni, P. (2020): An ice stream margin as seen with high resolution radar , IASC Workshop on the Dynamics; Mass Budget of Arctic Glaciers & the ASC Network on Arctic Glaciology Annual Meeting, 28 January 2020 - 30 January 2020 .


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