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Title: Twentieth and 21st Century Geodetic Measurements for Ice Sheet Monitoring and the Importance nof a Holocene Rebound Signal
Authors: James, T.
Irvins, E.
Issue Date: Dec-1995
Citation: AGU meetingon General Geophysics
San Franciso, CA
Abstract: Slow progress is being made in quantifying the mechanical and dynamical states of the lower mantle. The large plastic strength of the mantle above the D layer exhibits a non-tidal gravity field coefficient that is driven by isostatic flow of the deep mantle, as suggested by Yoder et al.
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