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Radarsat Antarctic Mapping Project Digital Elevation Model
Entry ID: NSIDC-0082

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Summary
Abstract: The high-resolution Radarsat Antarctic Mapping Project (RAMP) Digital Elevation Model (DEM) combines topographic data from a variety of sources to provide consistent coverage of all of Antarctica.
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Quality The vertical accuracy of the DEM is estimated at about 100-130 m over the rugged mountainous areas, better than 2 m for the ice shelves, better than 15m for the interior ice sheet and about 35 m for the steeper ice sheet perimeter.
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Distribution_Media: FTP
Distribution_Size: 330 MB
Distribution_Format: ArcGIS
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Personnel
HONGXING LIU
Role: INVESTIGATOR
Contact Address:
Department of Geography
Texas A&M University
City: College Station
Province or State: TX
Country: USA
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Publications/References
Bliss, N.B., L.M. Olsen. 1996. Development of a 30-arc-second digital elevation model of South America. Paper presented at Pecora Thirteen Human Interactions with the Environment - Perspective from Space, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, August 20-22. Brenner, A.C., R.A. Bindschadler, R.H. Thomas, H.J. Zwally. 1983. Slope-induced errors in radar altimetry over continental ice sheets. Journal of ... View entire text
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