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Title: The Influence of 5000 Year-old and Younger Glacial Mass Variability on Present-Day Crystal Rebound in the Antarctic Peninsula
Authors: Ivins, E.
Raymond, C.
James, T.
Issue Date: 2000
Citation: Earth, Planets and Space
USA
Abstract: Assessment of Antarctic rebound is complicated by two issues: (1) The total ice volume at Last Glacial Maximum is contentious, with estimates ranging from just a few meters to several tens of meters equivalent eustatic sea level rise.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/15657
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