Ice sheets, sea level, and the dynamic earth
The current renaissance in glacial isostatic adjustment research is largely motivated by the application and accuracy of space-geodetic methods. This volume presents significant new interpretations and data, from observational methods to modeling techniques, on an array of topics essential to the field.
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Observing the ThreeDimensional Deformation of Fennoscandia
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altimeter amplitude Antarctic Peninsula Antarctica asthenosphere BIFROST coefficients computed constraints contributions convection crustal curves decay deformation deglaciation density Dynamics earth models Earth Planet effects eigenvalue elastic equation error estimates Fennoscandia Figure geodetic Geodynamics geoid Geophys Geophysical glacial isostatic adjustment glacial rebound global GOCE gravity anomalies gravity field Greenland Hager Holocene horizontal displacement Hudson Bay ice load ice margin ice mass ice model ice sheet inversion isostatic adjustment kyr BP Lambeck Lett lithosphere lithospheric thickness lower mantle viscosity magnitude Milne Mitrovica mm/yr modes motion Nakada nonlinear observations ocean orbit parameters Plate Pleistocene post-glacial rebound postglacial rebound predictions present-day radial region relative sea-level relaxation rheology Richmond Gulf rotation axis Sabadini satellite sea level rise sea-level change secular seismic shown signal solution spatial spectrum spherical harmonic surface load tectonic tide gauge tion Tushingham uplift rates variations velocity Vermeersen vertical viscoelastic viscosity profile