These results indicate that a dynamic change occurred during deglaciation, with the ice sheet switching from a thicker, cold-based style of glaciation at the Last Glacial Maximum to a warm-based, thinner, more dynamic ice sheet with ice streaming and a lower surface The flow of ice towards the margins of ice sheets is far from homogeneous. Ice streams show much higher flow velocities than their surroundings and may extend, for example the North East Greenland Ice Stream (NEGIS), towards the centre of the sheet. The elevated flow velocity inside an ice stream causes marginal DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR OF RUTFORD ICE STREAM by. S. N. Stephenson and C. S. M. Doake. (British Antarctic Survey, Natural Environment Research Council, Madingley Road Cambridge CB3 OET, England). ABSTRACT. The grounding-line region of Rutford Ice Stream was surveyed from the ground during 1978-79 Title: Exploring controls on LGM ice-stream grounding-line retreat in a dynamic numerical model of Marguerite Bay, Antarctica. Authors: Jamieson, Stewart Vieli, Andreas Livingstone, Stephen Stokes, Chris Cofaigh, Colm . Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter. Affiliation: AA(Department of Geography, Durham University, Durham, d namic ice sheet behaviour on the Canadian Shield and insights regarding the controls on ice stream location and vigour . White Rose Research Online URL for this paper: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/913/. Article: Stokes, C.R. and Clark, C.D. (2003) The Dubawnt Lake palaeo)ice stream: evidence for dynamic ice sheet The Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial Access Research Drilling (WISSARD) project is an integrative study of ice sheet stability and subglacial geobiology in West Science Questions: We expect the microbial communities associated with the ice stream to be a metabolically dynamic ecosystem, and specifically ask (1) what is 25 Jul 2016 the interplay between stochastic climate forcing and ice stream temporal dynamics.
Our work demonstrates that realistic climate fluctuations are able to (i) induce the coexistence of dynamic be- haviors that would be incompatible in a purely deterministic sys- tem and (ii) drive ice stream flow away from the Most of the ice lost from the Antarctic ice sheet passes through a few fast-flowing and highly dynamic ice streams. Quantifying temporal variations in flow in these ice streams, and understanding their causes, is a prerequisite for estimating the potential contribution of the Antarctic ice sheet to global sea-level change. Abstract. We report evidence for a major ice stream that operated over the northwestern Canadian Shield in the Keewatin Sector of the Laurentide Ice Sheet during the last deglaciation 90008200 (uncalibrated) yr BP. It is reconstructed at 450 km in length, 140 km in width, and had an estimated catchment area of 190000 One of the most marked dynamic features of Whillans Ice Stream is its tide-driven stick-slip cycle, in which the ice stream slides forward briefly twice per day, once at high tide and once midway into falling tide. Each movement covers a distance of roughly half a yard. The stagnation of ice flow between tides is thought to be 8 Sep 2017 A groove-ploughing theory for the production of mega-scale glacial lineations, and implications for ice-stream mechanics - Volume 49 Issue 165 - Chris D.
Clark, The Laurentide ice sheet through the last glacial cycle: the topology of drift lineations as a key to the dynamic behaviour of former ice sheets. 25 Jul 2016 Here we focus on the interplay between stochastic climate forcing and ice stream temporal dynamics. Our work demonstrates that realistic climate fluctuations are able to (i) induce the coexistence of dynamic behaviors that would be incompatible in a purely deterministic system and (ii) drive ice stream flow Title: Dynamic behaviour of ice streams: the North East Greenland Ice Stream. Authors: Bons, Paul D. Jansen, Daniela Schaufler, Svenja de Riese, Tamara Sachau, Till Weikusat, Ilka. Affiliation: AA(Eberhard Karls University Tbingen, Dept. of Geosciences, Tbingen, Germany), AB(Glaciology Department, Alfred 13 Oct 2017 Abstract. Projections of sea-level rise contributions from West Antarctica39s dynamically thinning ice streams contain high uncertainty because some of the key processes involved are extremely challenging to observe. An especially poorly observed parameter is sub-decadal stability of ice-stream beds. However, until now, geologic evidence of previous ice sheet collapses has been lacking. Sediments that have recently been collected from beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet at Ice Stream B contain direct evidence of ice-free conditions in the West Antarctic interior during certain Cenozoic intervals, both prior to and Базовая комплектация - механический термостат, 4 полки, дверь ПВХ. Общий объём 519л, полезный объем 474л, Шаг установки полок 13 мм, вес без упаковки 115кг, вес с упаковкой 130кг, номинальный потребляемый ток 2,13А, номинальная потребляемая мощность 303,4 Вт, максимальная потребляемая DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR OF RUTFORD ICE STREAM by.
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