School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
Internal Layer Continuity Index returns and englacial reflectors from Lambert Glacier, East AntarcticaRebecca Sanderson, Kate Winter, Louise Callard, Felipe Napoleoni, Neil Ross, Tom A. Jordan, and Robert G. Bingham https://doi.org/10.25405/data.ncl.23708511.v1
Ice-penetrating radar allows us to explore the internal structure of glaciers and ice sheets to constrain past and present ice-flow conditions. In this paper, we examine englacial layers within the Lambert Glacier in East Antarctica using a quantitative layer tracing tool. Analysis reveals that the ice flow here has been relatively stable, but evidence for former fast flow along a tributary suggests that changes have occurred in the past and could change again in the future.
Ice-penetrating radar allows us to explore the internal structure of glaciers and ice sheets to...