Glacial history of Conway Ice Ridge, West AntarcticaEntry ID: conway_OPP008714
Abstract: The primary goal of the work was to investigate the glacial history of Conway Ridge, the ice ridge between Mercer Ice Stream and Van der Veen Ice Stream. Primary investigative tools were: high and low-frequency radar data, and GPS surveying data. These data were used to constrain ice-flow models to interpret histories of accumulation and thinning of the ice ridge.
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