ICESat ’ s laser measurements of polar ice , atmosphere , ocean , and land

@inproceedings{Zwallya2002ICESatS,
  title={ICESat ’ s laser measurements of polar ice , atmosphere , ocean , and land},
  author={H. J. Zwallya and B. Schutzb and W. Abdalatic and J. Abshirea and C. Bentleyd and A. Brennere and J. Buftona and J. Deziof and D. Hancocka and D. Hardinga and T. Herringg and B. Minsterh and K. Quinng and Silvana Palmi and J. Spinhirnea and R. Thomasj},
  year={2002}
}
  • H. J. Zwallya, B. Schutzb, +13 authors R. Thomasj
  • Published 2002
The Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite (ICESat) mission will measure changes in elevation of the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets as part of NASA’s Earth Observing System (EOS) of satellites. Timeseries of elevation changes will enable determination of the present-day mass balance of the ice sheets, study of associations between observed ice changes and polar climate, and estimation of the present and future contributions of the ice sheets to global sea level rise. Other scientific… CONTINUE READING

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