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IceBridge Observations of Fast Glaciers of the Polar Ice Sheets Activity Summary – January 20, 2011. Kenneth Jezek, Science Team Member Byrd Polar Research Center The Ohio State University [email protected] 614 292 7973. Dana Floricioiu, Proposal Partner German Aerospace Center

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IceBridge Observations of Fast Glaciers of the Polar Ice Sheets

Activity Summary – January 20, 2011

Kenneth Jezek, Science Team MemberByrd Polar Research CenterThe Ohio State [email protected] 292 7973

Dana Floricioiu, Proposal Partner

German Aerospace Center

Remote Sensing Technology Institute Tel: +49 8153 28 1763 [email protected]

Project Activities

  • Participated in Antarctic 2010 and Arctic 2011 planning

  • Contributed to Level-1 Science Requirements

  • Presented at AGU Town Hall Meeting and IceBridge Poster Session

Research Activities

  • Tandem-X data proposal submitted

  • IGARSS 2011 Abstract submitted (Nimrod Gl.)

  • Investigate spatial scales controlling ice flow through empirical transfer function computation

TSX image of Nimrod Glacier

Common power spectra for surface and basal topography (far right) and surface velocity and basal topography (left, 2009; middle 2000). Measurable power detectable at 3-4 km wavelengths suggesting that 1.5-2 km sampling and perhaps finer sampling provide information on ice dynamics. Power at longer wavelengths may decrease because of limited profile length.


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