The deglacial history of NW Alexander Island, Antarctica, from surface exposure dating

@inproceedings{Johnson2012TheDH,
  title={The deglacial history of NW Alexander Island, Antarctica, from surface exposure dating},
  author={J. Stanly Johnson and Jeremy D. Everest and Philip T. Leat and Nicholas R Golledge and Dylan H Rood and Finlay M. Stuart},
  year={2012}
}
Recent changes along the margins of the Antarctic Peninsula, such as the collapse of the Wilkins Ice Shelf, have highlighted the effects of climatic warming on the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet (APIS). However, such changes must be viewed in a long-term (millennial-scale) context if we are to understand their significance for future stability of the Antarctic ice sheets. To address this, we present nine new cosmogenic 10Be exposure ages from sites on NW Alexander Island and Rothschild Island… CONTINUE READING