Spatial and temporal melt variability at Helheim Glacier , East Greenland , and its effect on ice dynamics

@inproceedings{Andersen2010SpatialAT,
  title={Spatial and temporal melt variability at Helheim Glacier , East Greenland , and its effect on ice dynamics},
  author={Morten Langer Andersen and Tine B. Larsen and Meredith Nettles and Pedro El{\'o}segui and Dirk van As and Gordon S. Hamilton and Leigh Stearns and James L. Davis and Andreas P Ahlstr\om and Julia de Juan and G{\"o}ran Ekstr{\"o}m and Lars Stenseng and Shfaqat Abbas Khan and Ren{\'e} Forsberg and David S. Dahl and H Jensen},
  year={2010}
}
[1] Understanding the behavior of large outlet glaciers draining the Greenland Ice Sheet is critical for assessing the impact of climate change on sea level rise. The flow of marine‐terminating outlet glaciers is partly governed by calving‐related processes taking place at the terminus but is also influenced by the drainage of surface runoff to the bed… CONTINUE READING