Causes of sudden, short-term changes in ice-stream surface elevation


[1] Recent satellite-borne observations of Antarctica’s ice streams show sudden, spatially confined surface-elevation changes that are interpreted as caused by subglacial water movement. Using a numerical model of idealized ice-stream flow coupled to various simple treatments of subglacial bed conditions, we demonstrate that ice-stream flow dynamics… (More)


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