Antarctic Journal of the United States
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[From the introduction] During the 1980-81 field season we conducted a two-part program: the first part was spent on the Rennick Glacier in northern Victoria Land, and the second in the ice-free valleys of southern Victoria Land. The primary objective of the program was to help elucidate the glacial and climatic history of Transantarctic Mountains ice masses by interpreting the records available from the spectrum true glaciers to rock glaciers.
Mayewski, Paul Andrew and Hassinger, Jon M., "Ice Mass Fluctuations in Victoria Land, Antarctica" (1981). Earth Science Faculty Scholarship. 214.
Mayewski, P.A. & Hassinger, J. (1981). History and significance of ice mass fluctuations in Victoria Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Journal of the United States, 16(5): 74-75
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