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1. Basal shear stress under Antarctic and Greenland glaciers infered from surface observations by means of inverse methods [sergienko_0934534]
This data set consists of basal shear stress under several regions in Antarctica and Greenland. The basal shear stress is obtained by means of the inverse methods using observed ice surface and bed ...


2. Firn Temperatures on Iceberg C16 [MacAyealC16_firn_temp_0229546]
Since November of 2005, 12 thermistors were planted in the upper 2.5 meters of the firn on iceberg C16. Temperature data are collected every 20 minutes and are transmitted via ARGOS satellite relay. ...


3. Ice stream/subglacial hydralic sytem modeling outputs [sergienko_0838811]
This data set consists of numerical models' outputs and Matlab scripts for analysis of these outputs. The numerical models simulate interactions of ice stream and subglacial hydraulic system. The ...


4. Inverted Basal Shear Stress of Antarctic and Greenland Ice Streams and Glaciers [NSIDC-0626]
This data set includes basal shear distributions inferred from surface observations - surface ice velocities (Joughin et al., 2010, Rignot et al., 2011), bed and surface elevations (Fretwell et al., ...


5. Ross Ice Shelf Firn Temperature, Antarctica [NSIDC-0354]
Since November of 2006, 12 thermistors were planted in the upper 16 meters of the firn on the Ross Ice Shelf near its calving front. Temperature data are collected every 20 minutes and are transmitted ...


6. Ross Ice Shelf firn temperature [MacAyealnascent_firn_temp_0229546]
Since November of 2006, 12 thermistors were planted in the upper 16 meters of the firn on the Ross Ice Shelf near its calving front. Temperature data are collected every 20 minutes and are transmitted ...


7. Ross Sea Icebergs (B15A, C16, B15J, B15K, C25 and Nascent): Drift, weather and seismic data. [macayeal_0229546]   CHILD METADATA
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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