Guy G. Guthridge
Lloyd G. Blanchard
Antarctic Journal of the United States
National Science Foundation
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Before 1973, movement of the Ross Ice Shelf had been measured near the Transantarctic Mountains (Swithinbank, 1963), near Ross Island (Stuart and Heine, 1961) and near the ice front and to the south of Roosevelt Island (Dorrer et at., 1969). Robin (1975), assuming steady state, extrapolated these data across the ice shelf by applying volume conservation principles to measured ice thickness profiles of the ice shelf.
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