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Three-dimensional surface velocities of Storstrømmen glacier, Greenland, derived from radar interferometry and ice-sounding radar measurements

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  • Non-Steady-State Vertical Velocities Of Up To 5 M A(-1) Exceed The Vertical Surface-Parallel Flow (S
  • A Large Outlet Glacier From The East Greenland Ice Sheet
  • Neglecting A Contribution To The Vertical Velocity Of This Magnitude Results In Substantial Errors (
  • In Many Glacier Environments
  • The Steady-State Vertical Velocity Component Required To Balance The Annual Ablation Rate Is 5-10 M
  • This Indicates That The Spf Assumption May Be Problematic Also For Glaciers In Steady State
  • Here We Derive The Three-Dimensional Surface Velocity Distribution Of Storstrommen By Using The Prin
  • The Results Are Compared To Insar Velocities Previously Derived By Using The Spf Assumption
  • And To Velocities Obtained By In Situ Global Positioning System (Gps) Measurements
  • The Velocities Derived By Using The Mc Principle Are In Better Agreement With The Gps Velocities Tha

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Three-dimensional surface velocities of Storstrømmen glacier, Greenland, derived from radar interferometry and ice-sounding radar measurements - DTU Orbit (14/02/14) Three-dimensional surface velocities of Storstrømmen glacier, Greenland, derived from radar interferometry and ice-sounding radar measurements - DTU Orbit (14/02/14) Reeh, Niels et al."Three-dimensional surface velocities of Storstrømmen glacier, Greenland, derived from radar interferometry and ice-sounding radar measurements". Journal of Glaciology. 2003, 49(165). 201-209.

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