Pleistocene dynamics of the interior East Antarctic ice sheet
Current models describing past configurations of the East Antarctic ice sheet are poorly constrained by observations. Exposure dating of bedrock surfaces using in situ-produced cosmogenic nuclides provides an ideal tool for directly constraining former changes in ice sheet elevation. We present cosmogenic radionuclide 10Be and 26Al measurements in bedrock surfaces and glacially transported cobbles in the Grove Mountains, a group of nunataks within the slow-flowing interior ice sheet dome,...[Show more]
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