Elevation change of the Antarctic Ice Sheet: 1985 to 2020
10 August 2022
The longest observational record available to study the mass balance of the Earth’s ice sheets comes from satellite altimeters. This record consists of multiple satellite missions with different measurements and quality, and it must be cross-calibrated and integrated into a consistent record for scientific use. In this newly-published paper, the authors present a novel approach for generating such a record providing a seamless record of elevation change for the Antarctic Ice Sheet that spans the period 1985 to 2020.
Contact: Johan Nilsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)