Glacier acceleration and thinning after ice shelf collapse in the

@inproceedings{Scambos2004GlacierAA,
  title={Glacier acceleration and thinning after ice shelf collapse in the},
  author={Ted A. Scambos and J. A. Bohlander and Christopher Shuman and Pedro Skvarca},
  year={2004}
}
[1] Ice velocities derived from five Landsat 7 images acquired between January 2000 and February 2003 show a twoto six-fold increase in centerline speed of four glaciers flowing into the now-collapsed section of the Larsen B Ice Shelf. Satellite laser altimetry from ICESat indicates the surface of Hektoria Glacier lowered by up to 38 ± 6 m in a six-month period beginning one year after the break-up in March 2002. Smaller elevation losses are observed for Crane and Jorum glaciers over a later 5… CONTINUE READING