Geodetic constraints on glacial isostatic adjustment in Europe

@inproceedings{Nocquet2005GeodeticCO,
  title={Geodetic constraints on glacial isostatic adjustment in Europe},
  author={Jean-Mathieu Nocquet and Eric Calais and Barry E. Parsons},
  year={2005}
}
[1] Direct measurements of surface deformation due to Glacial Isostatic Adjustment (GIA) in Europe have been so far mostly limited to the present-day uplift area. Here, we use permanent GPS networks results to investigate the significance of GIA effects in Europe south of Fennoscandia. We show that uplift in Fennoscandia is surrounded by subsidence reaching as far south as the Alps, with a maximum vertical rate of 1.5 mm/yr between 50.5– 53 N. Horizontal velocity gradients show shortening… CONTINUE READING

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