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Published through the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic learn Series.
This quantity of the Antarctic learn sequence represents an try and bring together in a single ebook the remainder result of the wide U.S. oversnow traverses in Antarctica among 1957 and 1967. even though this try used to be now not thoroughly winning, in that a few traverse effects nonetheless stay to be released, i feel that this quantity will supply the reader a good pattern of the technique and the nice attempt that was once required to wrest from the large continent a number of primary info. From the start of 1957, the traverses, even though together with an collection of observations, had valuable goals: dimension of the thickness of the ice and dimension of the once a year accumulation of snow. right here the reader will locate the outdated and new equipment of imminent either pursuits.
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Along the former section,the avermelting of the ice. 3 bars,twice the value on the other be small comparedwith the inferred crustal warp- side of the ice divide. Although the ice thicknessis of Mount Petras and elsewhere Contourmapsof ice surfaceand subglacialtopog- betweenthe traverseroute and the coast,the basal raphy and ice thickness(Figures 11, 12, and 13) shear stress must surely reach this same average Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Antarctic Snow and Ice Studies II Vol.