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Ocean access to a cavity beneath Totten Glacier in East Antarctica
Greenbaum, J.S.; Blankenship, D.D.; Young, D.A.; Richter, T.G.; Roberts, J.L.; Aitken, A.R.A.; Legresy, B.; Schroeder, D.M.; Warner, R.C.; van Ommen, T.D.; Siegert, M.J. (2015). Ocean access to a cavity beneath Totten Glacier in East Antarctica. Nature Geoscience 8(4): 294–298. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/ngeo2388
In: Nature Geoscience. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 1752-0894, more
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Keyword
    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Greenbaum, J.S.
  • Blankenship, D.D.
  • Young, D.A.
  • Richter, T.G.
  • Roberts, J.L.
  • Aitken, A.R.A.
  • Legresy, B.
  • Schroeder, D.M.
  • Warner, R.C.
  • van Ommen, T.D.
  • Siegert, M.J.

Abstract
    Totten Glacier has the largest thinning rate in East Antarctica. A derivation of the sea floor bathymetry reveals entrances to the ice cavity beneath the glacier that could allow deep warm water to enter and enhance basal melting.

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