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1. Displacement measurements of Byrd Glacier using Landsat images of 22 Feb 1988 and 25 Jan 1990. [Byrd_1988_1990]
Displacement values for Byrd Glacier, measured on Landsat images of 22 Feb 1988 to 25 Jan 1990. Dataset includes lat/long coordinates of starting and ending point. Velocities can be ...


2. Amundsen Sea Sector Data Set [NSIDC-0312_1]
This data set includes a nested model, that starts at low resolution for the whole Antarctic Ice Sheet, and then embeds higher resolution data at limited domains. There are at least three levels of ...


3. Continuous GPS (static) Data from the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica [NSIDC-0347_1]
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 ...


4. GPS Ice Flow Measurements, Allan Hills, Antarctica [NSIDC-0507_1]
This data set includes includes high-precision GPS measurements of steel poles within the Allan Hills Main Ice Field, Near Western Ice Field, and extending to the eastern edge of the Middle Western ...


5. Surface Velocities of Taylor Glacier, Antarctica [NSIDC-0324_1]
This data set contains surface velocities of Taylor Glacier, Antarctica, for the year 2003. Measurement period was approximately 12 months. There are approximately 250 locations in this data set.


6. Surface Velocities of Taylor Glacier, Antarctica [NSIDC-0324]
This data set contains surface velocities of Taylor Glacier, Antarctica, for the year 2003. Measurement period was approximately 12 months. There are approximately 250 locations in this data set.


7. Amundsen Sea Sector Data Set [NSIDC-0312]
This data set includes a nested model, that starts at low resolution for the whole Antarctic Ice Sheet, and then embeds higher resolution data at limited domains. There are at least three levels of ...


8. 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 ...


9. GPS Ice Flow Measurements, Allan Hills, Antarctica [NSIDC-0507]
This data set includes includes high-precision GPS measurements of steel poles within the Allan Hills Main Ice Field, Near Western Ice Field, and extending to the eastern edge of the Middle Western ...


10. GPS Ice Flow Measurements, Allan Hills, Antarctica [NSID07]
This data set includes includes high-precision GPS measurements of steel poles within the Allan Hills Main Ice Field, Near Western Ice Field, and extending to the eastern edge of the Middle Western ...


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