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1. Continuous GPS (static) Data from the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica [NSIDC-0347]
In October 2005, three geodetic GPS receivers were deployed on the Ross Ice Shelf near the ice front to observe short-term fluctuations in ice-shelf velocity associated with tidal forcing and other ...


2. AFI 01/05_03 - Basal conditions on Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica: Hot-water drilling and down-hole instrumentation - GPS data, 2004/06 [GB-NERC-BAS-AEDC-00368]
GPS positions from sensors monitoring ice flow during the RABID Project (Leica and Trimble receivers). Five stations on the ice stream, plus one on slow-moving adjacent ice sheet (Fletcher Promontory), ...


3. Continuous GPS (static) data from Ross Ice Shelf near its iceberg calving front [macayeal_cont_GPS_Ross_Ice_Shelf_0229546]   PARENT DIF
In November, 2005, three geodetic GPS receivers were deployed on the Ross Ice Shelf near its ice front to observe short-term fluctuations in ice-shelf velocity (associated with tidal forcing and other ...


4. Ross Sea Icebergs (B15A, C16, B15J, B15K, C25 and Nascent): Drift, weather and seismic data. [macayeal_0229546]   CHILD DIFs
During 2001-2006, 6 giant icebergs (B15A, B15J, B15K, C16 and C25) adrift in the southwestern Ross Sea, Antarctica, were instrumented with global positioning system (GPS) receivers, magnetic compasses, ...


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