Ice height change in East Antarctica derived from satellite laser altimetry
In the last two decades, satellite altimetry has given the scientific community an unprecedented amount of data, which has substantially increased our understanding of the rate of change of ice surface height (dH/dt) over glaciated regions. This can be attributed to better spatial and temporal coverage of polar regions and the increased accuracy of laser and radar satellite altimeters. This accuracy is dependent on minimising errors and reducing the...[Show more]
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