Changes in Greenland ice sheet elevation attributed primarily to snow accumulation variability

@article{McConnell2000ChangesIG,
  title={Changes in Greenland ice sheet elevation attributed primarily to snow accumulation variability},
  author={Joseph R McConnell and Robert J. Arthern and Ellen Mosley-Thompson and Curt H. Davis and Roger C. Bales and Roberta A. Thomas and John F. Burkhart and Jay D. Kyne},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2000},
  volume={406},
  pages={877-879}
}
The response of grounded ice sheets to a changing climate critically influences possible future changes in sea level. Recent satellite surveys over southern Greenland show little overall elevation change at higher elevations, but large spatial variability. Using satellite studies alone, it is not possible to determine the geophysical processes responsible for the observed elevation changes and to decide if recent rates of change exceed the natural variability. Here we derive changes in ice… CONTINUE READING
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