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Title: Ice-Shelf Collapse Scenario in Pine Island Bay, West Antarctica: A Model Study
Authors: Rignot, E.
Schmeltz, M.
Dupont, T.
MacAyeal, D.
Rignot, E.
Issue Date: 29-Apr-2000
Citation: European Geophysical Union
Nice, France
Abstract: In this study, we investigate a scenario by which the ice shelf of a major ice stream is progressively removed due to climate warming, and the ice stream response to the disparition of the ice shelf, that is disparition of the ice-shelf back stress.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/14297
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