Increased ice losses from Antarctica detected by CryoSat‐2

@article{McMillan2014IncreasedIL,
  title={Increased ice losses from Antarctica detected by CryoSat‐2},
  author={M. McMillan and A. Shepherd and A. Sundal and K. Briggs and A. Muir and A. Ridout and A. Hogg and D. Wingham},
  journal={Geophysical Research Letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={41},
  pages={3899-3905}
}
We use 3 years of Cryosat-2 radar altimeter data to develop the first comprehensive assessment of Antarctic ice sheet elevation change. This new data set provides near-continuous (96%) coverage of the entire continent, extending to within 215 km of the South Pole and leading to a fivefold increase in the sampling of coastal regions where the vast majority of all ice losses occur. Between 2010 and 2013, West Antarctica, East Antarctica, and the Antarctic Peninsula changed in mass by −134 ± 27… Expand
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