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Bedmap2: improved ice bed, surface and thickness datasets for Antarctica
We present Bedmap2, a new suite of gridded products describing surface elevation, ice-thickness and the seafloor and subglacial bed elevation of the Antarctic south of 60° S. We derived theseExpand
Global Multi‐Resolution Topography synthesis
[1] Seafloor bathymetric data acquired with modern swath echo sounders provide coverage for only a small fraction of the global seabed yet are of high value for studies of the dynamic processes ofExpand
CBOL Protist Working Group: Barcoding Eukaryotic Richness beyond the Animal, Plant, and Fungal Kingdoms
A group of protist experts proposes a two-step DNA barcoding approach, comprising a universal eukaryotic pre-barcode followed by group-specific barcodes, to unveil the hidden biodiversity ofExpand
Tectonic evolution of the Pacific margin of Antarctica 1. Late Cretaceous tectonic reconstructions
We present new Late Cretaceous tectonic reconstructions of the Pacific margin of Antarctica based on constraints from marine magnetic data and regional free-air gravity fields. Results fromExpand
Bathymetry of the Amundsen Sea continental shelf: Implications for geology, oceanography, and glaciology
The Amundsen Sea continental shelf is one of the most remote areas of coastal Antarctica and was relatively unexplored until the late 1980s. Over the last two decades, increased oceanographic andExpand
Higher Level Taxonomy and Molecular Phylogenetics of the Choanoflagellatea
ABSTRACT. The choanoflagellates (Choanoflagellatea) comprise a major group of nanoflagellates, which are ubiquitous in the aquatic environment. Recent molecular phylogenies have shown them to be theExpand
Geological record of ice shelf break-up and grounding line retreat, Pine Island Bay, West Antarctica
The catastrophic break-ups of the floating Larsen A and B ice shelves (Antarctica) in 1995 and 2002 and associated acceleration of glaciers that flowed into these ice shelves were among the mostExpand
Post-LGM deglaciation in Pine Island Bay, West Antarctica
Abstract To date, understanding of ice sheet retreat within Pine Island Bay (PIB) following the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) was based on seven radiocarbon dates and only fragmentary seafloorExpand
Getz Ice Shelf melting response to changes in ocean forcing
The large and complex Getz Ice Shelf extends along nearly half of the West Antarctic coastline in the Amundsen Sea and is exposed to a more variable ocean environment than most other Pacific sectorExpand