Поверхностные скорости и айсберговый сток ледникового купола Академии Наук на Северной Земле


https://doi.org/10.31857/S2076673420010020

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Аннотация

По 54 парам космических снимков Sentinel‐1, сделанных с ноября 2016 г. по ноябрь 2017 г., определены скорости движения ледникового купола Академии Наук на Северной Земле. На этой основе оценён среднегодовой расход льда в море этого купола (1,93±0,12 Гт/год), установлены основные пути стока льда, проведено сравнение с прежними оценками.


Об авторах

P. Sánchez-Gámez
Высшая техническая школа инженеров телекоммуникаций Мадридского политехнического университета
Испания

Мадрид



F. J. Navarro
Высшая техническая школа инженеров телекоммуникаций Мадридского политехнического университета
Испания

Мадрид



J. A. Dowdeswell
Институт полярных исследований им. Скотта, Кембриджский университет
Великобритания

Кембридж



E. De Andrés
Высшая техническая школа инженеров телекоммуникаций Мадридского политехнического университета
Испания

Мадрид



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Для цитирования: Sánchez-Gámez P., Navarro F.J., Dowdeswell J.A., De Andrés E. Поверхностные скорости и айсберговый сток ледникового купола Академии Наук на Северной Земле. Лёд и Снег. 2020;60(1):19-28. https://doi.org/10.31857/S2076673420010020

For citation: Sánchez-Gámez P., Navarro F.J., Dowdeswell J.A., De Andrés E. Surface velocities and calving flux of the Academy of Sciences Ice Cap, Severnaya Zemlya. Ice and Snow. 2020;60(1):19-28. https://doi.org/10.31857/S2076673420010020

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