Articles | Volume 16, issue 2
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-711-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-711-2022
Brief communication
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25 Feb 2022
Brief communication |  | 25 Feb 2022

Brief communication: Impact of common ice mask in surface mass balance estimates over the Antarctic ice sheet

Nicolaj Hansen, Sebastian B. Simonsen, Fredrik Boberg, Christoph Kittel, Andrew Orr, Niels Souverijns, J. Melchior van Wessem, and Ruth Mottram

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We investigate the impact of different ice masks when modelling surface mass balance over Antarctica. We used ice masks and data from five of the most used regional climate models and a common mask. We see large disagreement between the ice masks, which has a large impact on the surface mass balance, especially around the Antarctic Peninsula and some of the largest glaciers. We suggest a solution for creating a new, up-to-date, high-resolution ice mask that can be used in Antarctic modelling.