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Title: The Effect of Antarctic Ice Mass Changes on Crustal Motion and Global Geodetic Observables
Authors: James, T.S.
Ivins, E.R.
Issue Date: Jul-1995
Citation: Boulder, CO
Abstract: Glaciological estimates of the present-day ice mass balance of Antarctica vary widely, indicating the need for additional data to constrain mass-balance models. For example, recent studies find both a positive and a negative mass balance of the Antarctic ice sheet. Analysis of studies suggest that observations of present-day crustal motion, as obtained from a GPS survey could assist in defining models.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/30015
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