Modelling ice dynamic sea-level rise from the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet

@inproceedings{Schannwell2017ModellingID,
  title={Modelling ice dynamic sea-level rise from the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet},
  author={Clemens Schannwell},
  year={2017}
}
The Antarctic Peninsula (AP) has been one of the most rapidly warming regions on this planet. This warming has been accompanied by major glaciological changes such as tidewater glacier retreat, ice-shelf retreat and collapse alongside acceleration of outlet glaciers in response to ice-shelf removal. As faster flowing glaciers deliver more ice from the ice sheet’s interior to the margins, the AP has been identified as an important contributor to global sea-level rise (SLR). However… CONTINUE READING

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