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Insignificant Change in Antarctic Snowfall since the International Geophysical Year

Antarctic snowfall exhibits substantial variability over a range of time scales, with consequent impacts on global sea level and the mass balance of the ice sheets. To assess how snowfall has affected the thickness of the ice sheets in Antarctica and to provide an extended perspective, we derived... Full description

1st Person: Monaghan, Andrew J.
Additional Persons: Bromwich, David H. verfasserin; Fogt, Ryan L. verfasserin; Wang, Sheng-Hung verfasserin; Mayewski, Paul A. verfasserin; Dixon, Daniel A. verfasserin; Ekaykin, Alexey verfasserin; Frezzotti, Massimo verfasserin; Goodwin, Ian verfasserin; Isaksson, Elisabeth verfasserin; Kaspari, Susan D. verfasserin; Morgan, Vin I. verfasserin; Oerter, Hans verfasserin; Van Ommen, Tas D. verfasserin; Van der Veen, Cornelius J. verfasserin; Wen, Jiahong verfasserin
Source: in Science Vol. 313, No. 5788 (2006), p. 827-831
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2006
Keywords: research-article
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