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Authors and Credits
R.W. Jacobel, Department of Physics, St. Olaf College
A.M. Gades, Department of Physics, St. Olaf College
N.A. Nereson, Geophysics Program, University of Washington
P.I. Pearson, Geophysics Program, University of Washington
C.F. Raymond, Geophysics Program, University of Washington
T.A. Scambos, National Snow and Ice Data Center
References to the original published data include three papers and Gadesí Thesis, as follows:
Jacobel, R.W., T.A. Scambos, N.A. Nereson, and C.F. Raymond. 2000. Changes in the margin of ice stream C, Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology.
Jacobel, R.W., Gades, T.A., Gottschling, D.L., Hodge, S.M. and Wright, D.L.. 1993. Interpretation Beyond Science and Engineering:
The potential contribution to eustatic sea level rise from disintegration of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is an issue with possible policy implications which has been addressed recently by the IPCC. Our studies on the history and evolution of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet contribute to this understanding.
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Products: Book or other one-time publicatiements. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Washington.