5 edition of Dynamics of the West Antarctic ice sheet found in the catalog.
by D. Reidel Pub. Co., Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston, Norwell, MA
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by C.J. van der Veen and J. Oerlemans.|
|Series||Glaciology and Quaternary geology|
|Contributions||Veen, C. J. van der 1956-, Oerlemans, J. 1950-|
|LC Classifications||GB2598.W47 D96 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||86027962|
The Antarctic Ice Sheet is losing mass at an accelerating pace, and ice loss will likely continue over the coming decades and centuries. Some regions of the ice sheet may reach a tipping point, potentially leading to rates of sea level rise at least an order of magnitude larger than those observed now, owing to strong positive feedbacks in the ice-climate by: 1. There is evidence that a self-sustaining ice discharge from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) has started, potentially leading to its disintegration. The associated sea level rise of more than 3m would pose a serious challenge to highly populated areas including metropolises such as Calcutta, Shanghai, New York City, and Tokyo. Here, we show that the WAIS may be Cited by: 1.
Expedition Preliminary Report Amundsen Sea West Antarctic Ice Sheet History Development and sensitivity of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet tested from drill records of the Amundsen Sea Embayment 1. 18 January–20 March Karsten Gohl, Julia S. Wellner, Adam Klaus, and the Expedition Scientists. Published May Mass melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet was a major cause of high sea levels during a period known as the Last Interglacial (,, years ago), an .
After measuring geothermal heat under the West Antarctic ice sheet for the first time, researchers found it was “significantly higher” than data from around the region had previously indicated. Seismic record of West Antarctic Ice Sheet dynamics during the late Oligocene to early Miocene in the Eastern Basin, Ross SeaAuthor: Seth Brazell.
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Dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Proceedings of a Workshop held in Utrecht, May 6–8, (Glaciology and Quaternary Geology)Format: Hardcover. ` All in all this is splendid book. It brings together different viewpoints and presents a `state of the art' account of the dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
It opens up new horizons both within glaciology as a whole and in Antarctica. A number of processes can be listed that could all lead to changes of the order of tens of centimeters (e. thermal expansion, change in mass balance of glaciers and ice sheets).
But the picture of the carbon dioxide problem has frequently be made more dramatic by suggesting that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is unstable, implying a certain. The new data indicate that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) extended to the shelf edge of Pine Island Bay during the last glaciation, and was drained by a grounded, fast-flowing palaeo-ice stream through this outer-shelf by: Extent and dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet on the outer continental shelf of Pine Island Bay during the last glaciation Evans, Jeffrey Dowdeswell, Julian by: The West Antarctic ice sheet is a superb recorder and cause of environmental change, with impacts that reach far beyond the Antarctic.
Fortunately, fundamental advances in observing and interpreting in four dimensions are revolutionizing our ability to understand ice sheet flow related to external forcing and internal dynamics. Extent and dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet on the outer continental shelf of Pine Island Bay during the last glaciation.
van der Veen C.J. () The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: The Need to Understand Its Dynamics. In: Van der Veen C.J., Oerlemans J. (eds) Dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. Glaciology and Quaternary Geology, vol by: 7. The distance from the modern West Antarctic Ice Sheet terminus to the shelf edge is almost km.
Pine Island Bay deepens inshore due to isostatic loading and glacial erosion by the WAIS over successive glaciations (cf. Anderson,Lowe and Anderson,Lowe and Anderson, ).Cited by: Dynamics of the late Plio–Pleistocene West Antarctic Ice Sheet documented in subglacial diamictites, AND-1B drill core.
Buy The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Behavior and Environment (Antarctic Research Series) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Behavior and Environment (Antarctic Research Series): Richard B.
Alley, Robert A. Bindschadle: : Books. An understanding of the dynamics of these ice streams is therefore crucial if we are to predict the future evolution of the ice sheet and its effect on global sea level.
The behavior of Ice Streams A to E of the Siple Coast, West Antarctica has attracted much attention with evidence of recent stagnation and numerous relict ice‐flow by: If the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) melted, sea levels would rise by about 5 m; such changes are thought to have occurred in the past but could not be Cited by: Fig.
2 Structure of the Antarctic Ice Sheet. (A) East and (B) West Antarctic cross section profiles. (C and D) Location of profiles are shown on (C) surface velocity and (D) subglacial bed topography. West Antarctica maximum elevation of m is nested in the deep Byrd Subglacial Basin, with depths m below sea by: 1.
Antarctic ice dynamics in warm climates. A geological record reveals that the Aurora sector of the Antarctic Ice Sheet showed contrasting responses to past periods of atmospheric warmth.
The findings might help to predict the ice sheet Author: Sarah Greenwood. The Western Antarctic Ice Sheet is the segment of the continental ice sheet that covers West Antarctica, the portion of Antarctica on the side of the Transantarctic Mountains which lies in the Western Hemisphere.
The WAIS is classified as a marine-based ice sheet, meaning that its bed lies well below sea level and its edges flow into floating ice shelves.
The WAIS is bounded by the Ross Ice Shelf, the Ronne Ice Shelf. Request PDF | Thermal regime and dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet | The temperature-depth profiles measured in 22 boreholes drilled on the West Antarctic ice sheet exhibit two distinctly Author: Hermann Engelhardt.
The West Antarctic ice sheet: the need to understand its dynamics / C.J. van der Veen --Force budget of ice sheets / I.M. Whillans --On the oceanic circulation near a shelf-ice edge / G.J.F.
van Heijst --Quantitative estimates of the mass flux and ice movement along the ice edges in the eastern and southern Weddell Sea / M.A. Lange --Some. As a result, the seven scientists suggested that the positions of ice-stream margins and their onsets were controlled by features of the underlying sedimentary basins; and they concluded that “geological structures beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet have the potential to dictate the evolution of the dynamic ice system, modulating the influence of changes in the global.
The facies distribution within the sequences provides a record of the variation of the extent of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) throughout the Plio-Pleistocene. interplay between the East Antarctic Ice Sheet (EAIS) with the WAIS, or 3) additional grounding of the WAIS on paleobasin highs.
West Antarctic Ice Sheet dynamics recorded Author: A. Loth, L. Bartek, B. Luyendyk, D. Wilson. Get this from a library! Dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Proceedings of a Workshop held in Utrecht, May[C J Veen; J Oerlemans].West Antarctic Ice Sheet Dynamics A Summary Review of Current Literature from CO 2 Science.
2 or quite some time now, the world's climate alarmists have obsessed over "geological structures beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet have the potential to dictate the evolution of the dynamic ice system, modulating the influence of.
In a study published today in the journal Science Advances, a team of German researchers suggests that dumping 8 trillion tons of artificial snow onto the West Antarctic Ice Sheet could prevent.