JPL Instrument Observes Changes in Big Antarctic Glacier

Byrd Glacier, Antarctica Byrd Glacier, Antarctica. Full image and caption
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November 17, 2008

JPL satellite data have helped scientists crack the case of a speeding Antarctic glacier. Understanding glacial flow processes can improve sea level forecasts.

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