2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jf000128
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Abstract: [1] Most polythermal glaciers in Svalbard, other than those of surge type, have receded steadily since the early 20th century. Midre Lovénbreen, a slow-moving, 4-km-long valley glacier terminating on land, is a typical example, and its internal structures reflect changing dynamics over this period. The three-dimensional structural style of this glacier and the sequential development of structures have been determined from surface mapping, ground-penetrating radar, and numerical flow modeling. In order of form…

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