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This data set provides glacier surface ablation rates for a network of approximately 250 sites on Taylor Glacier, spanning a period from 2003 to 2011. Here sublimation is the dominant ablation mechanism, though a few sites have accumulation. Ablation data are provided in meters water equivalent per year.
Data are available via FTP in space-delimited ASCII format.
N: -77.6, S: -77.9, E: 162.2, W: 160.1
2002-11-19 to 2011-01-12
Glaciers/Ice Sheets > Ablation Zones/Accumulation Zones
Glaciers/Ice Sheets > Glacier Mass Balance/Ice Sheet Mass Balance