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Greenland Basal Topography BedMachine v3 Wall Map

By: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)(Author)
2 colour maps, scale 1:3,500,000
Greenland Basal Topography BedMachine v3 Wall Map
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This double-sided geophysical and glaciological map shows the basal topography of Greenland and surrounding seabed. The topography of the subglacial landscape under the Greenland Icesheet was modelled using a mixture of radio echo-sounding and a glaciological model (BEDMACHINE 2) and is presented in a similar colour scheme to the Antarctic BEDMAP2. The map is available as either a folded map, or a flat wall map that will be delivered in a poster roll.

The map is a result of a collaboration between BAS and Bristol University, based on recently released data from a joint project between Bristol University and the University of Irvine California.
- Side 1 shows a detailed map, in plan view, and includes important names, coastline and the zero metre contour.
- Side 2 presents a 3D view of the dataset, highlighting some of the important and interesting features and gives further details of how the surface was constructed.

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By: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)(Author)
2 colour maps, scale 1:3,500,000
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