The maps focus on surface ice velocity, showing how Antarctica’s frozen surface changed over a 7-year period.
The iSTAR Programme Science Integration Meeting; Leeds, United Kingdom, 18–19 May 2017
A recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics discusses how climate change could affect ice streams, ice sheets, ice shelves, and sea ice in Antarctica.
Scientists combine models and video footage of iceberg calving to analyze the potential of seismology to unravel physical processes behind the breakup of ice sheets.
Researchers examined the water flowing into and out of several Antarctic ice streams to determine the cause of a recent observed slowdown of some of these ice streams.