Static GPS measurements and elevation model in the vicinity of the EDML deep-drilling site, supplement to: Wesche, Christine; Eisen, Olaf; Oerter, Hans; Schulte, Daniel; Steinhage, Daniel (2007): Surface topography and ice flow in the vicinity of EDML deep-drilling site. Journal of Glaciology, 53(182), 442-448

Christine Wesche, Olaf Eisen, Hans Oerter, Daniel Schulte & Daniel Steinhage
Interpretation of ice-core records requires accurate knowledge of the past and present surface topography and stress-strain fields. The European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA) drilling site (0.0684° E and 75.0025° S, 2891.7 m) in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, is located in the immediate vicinity of a transient and splitting ice divide. A digital elevation model is determined from the combination of kinematic GPS measurements with the GLAS12 data sets from the ICESat satellite....
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