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An Atlas of Antarctica Topographic Maps from Geostatistical Analysis of Satellite Radar Altimeter Data

Atlas Out of Print
Edited By: U Herzfeld
180 pages, 136 maps
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
An Atlas of Antarctica
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  • An Atlas of Antarctica ISBN: 9783540434573 Hardback Dec 2004 Out of Print #136488
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136 topographic maps derived from satellite radar altimetry (Geosat and ERS-1 data) appear alongside descriptions of glaciologic and topographic features. The main section is preceeded by a topical introduction, progress in monitoring changes in Antarctic glaciers, ice streams and ice shelves, and detailed regional studies of outlet glaciers of the inland ice.

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From the contents: Motivation and Methods: The Antarctic Ice Sheet and its Role in the Global System; Satellite Remote Sensing; Data Analysis Methods Applied in the Antarctic Atlas.- The Atlas: 72 Atlas Maps.- Applications: Monitoring Changes in Antarctic Ice Surface Topography ? The Example of the Lambert Glacier/Amery Ice Shelf System; Detailed Studies of Selected Antarctic Outlet Glaciers and Ice Shelves; Combination of SAR and Radar Altimeter Data ? Lambert Glacier/Amery Ice Shelf.- References and Appendix.

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Atlas Out of Print
Edited By: U Herzfeld
180 pages, 136 maps
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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