Antarctic Snow and Ice Studies II by A P CRARY

By A P CRARY

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Published via the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic examine Series.

This quantity of the Antarctic learn sequence represents an try and bring together in a single ebook the remainder result of the wide U.S. oversnow traverses in Antarctica among 1957 and 1967. even though this test used to be now not thoroughly profitable, in that a few traverse effects nonetheless stay to be released, i feel that this quantity will supply the reader a good pattern of the method and the nice attempt that was once required to wrest from the massive continent a number of primary info. From the start of 1957, the traverses, although together with an collection of observations, had significant pursuits: size of the thickness of the ice and size of the once a year accumulation of snow. the following the reader will locate the outdated and new tools of drawing close either ambitions.

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Polar Record, 10, 335-348, 1961. Range, Byrd Land, in Antarctic Geology, edited by R. J. S. Board on Geographic Names, Geographic Names o] Adie, pp. 666-675, Interscience,New York, 1964. , Doumani, G. G. Ehlers, Petrography of rocks from mountains in Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica, Bull. Geol. Soc. , 73, 877-882, 1962. Fenner, C. , Olivine fourchitesfrom Raymond Fosdick Mountains, Antarctica, Bull. Geol. Soc. , 49, 367400, 1938. Giovinetto, M. , The drainage systems of Antarctica: Accumulation, in Antarctic Snow and Ice Studies, Antarctic Res.

The gradient ap- whoseflooris closeto adjustedsealevel. pears slightly steeper in the eastern than in the Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Antarctic Snow and Ice Studies II GEOPHYSICAL westernpart of Marie Byrd Land. The reality of this distinctionis uncertain,however,in view of the errors in observation,in regional curve fitting, and in drawing the map with no more than two points on any one isomagneticline. With station spacingof 5« km, it is apparent that no anomaly shapesin the profile of residual vertical intensity (Figure 12) will be well enough determined to permit valid source depth calculations, even if the subglacialand ionosphericcontributions could be satisfactorily distinguished.

666-675, Interscience,New York, 1964. , Doumani, G. G. Ehlers, Petrography of rocks from mountains in Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica, Bull. Geol. Soc. , 73, 877-882, 1962. Fenner, C. , Olivine fourchitesfrom Raymond Fosdick Mountains, Antarctica, Bull. Geol. Soc. , 49, 367400, 1938. Giovinetto, M. , The drainage systems of Antarctica: Accumulation, in Antarctic Snow and Ice Studies, Antarctic Res. , vol. 2, pp. , 1964. Glen, J. , The creep of polycrystalline ice, Proc. Roy. London, A, 228, 519-528, 1955.

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