Articles | Volume 16, issue 5
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-2009-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-2009-2022
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25 May 2022
Research article |  | 25 May 2022

Can changes in deformation regimes be inferred from crystallographic preferred orientations in polar ice?

Maria-Gema Llorens, Albert Griera, Paul D. Bons, Ilka Weikusat, David J. Prior, Enrique Gomez-Rivas, Tamara de Riese, Ivone Jimenez-Munt, Daniel García-Castellanos, and Ricardo A. Lebensohn

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Polar ice is formed by ice crystals, which form fabrics that are utilised to interpret how ice sheets flow. It is unclear whether fabrics result from the current flow regime or if they are inherited. To understand the extent to which ice crystals can be reoriented when ice flow conditions change, we simulate and evaluate multi-stage ice flow scenarios according to natural cases. We find that second deformation regimes normally overprint inherited fabrics, with a range of transitional fabrics.