Structure and sedimentology of George VI Ice Shelf , 1 Antarctic Peninsula : implications for icesheet dynamics and 2 landform development 3 4

@inproceedings{HAMBREY2015StructureAS,
  title={Structure and sedimentology of George VI Ice Shelf , 1 Antarctic Peninsula : implications for icesheet dynamics and 2 landform development 3 4},
  author={MICHAEL J. HAMBREY and B. J. Davies and Neil F. Glasser and Tom Holt and John L. Smellie and Jonathan L. Carrivick},
  year={2015}
}
Collapse of Antarctic ice shelves in response to a warming climate is well 15 documented, but its legacy in terms of depositional landforms is little known. This paper 16 uses remote-sensing, structural glaciological and sedimentological data to evaluate the 17 evolution of the ~25,000 km George VI Ice Shelf, SW Antarctic Peninsula. The ice shelf 18 occupies a north-south-trending tectonic rift between Alexander Island and Palmer Land, 19 and is nourished mainly by ice streams from the latter… CONTINUE READING