2004
DOI: 10.1029/2004jf000120
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Abstract: [1] We report the spatial and temporal pattern of sliding on the 7-km-long Bench Glacier, Alaska. Using five continuously recording GPS antennas following motion of the surface ice, distributed at 1 km spacing along the glacier center line, we documented surface ice motion over 50 days during summer 2002. Surface speeds in two previous winters constrain the motion component associated with ice deformation, allowing isolation of the sliding speed history. We observed two speedup events bracketing 2 weeks of st…

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