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@example.com 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, 2011Kenneth Jezek, Science Team MemberByrd Polar Research CenterThe Ohio State Universityjezek.firstname.lastname@example.org 292 7973
Dana Floricioiu, Proposal Partner
German Aerospace Center
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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.