Reference PISM simulation of the Antarctic Ice Sheet over the past 210 kyr

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Title
Reference PISM simulation of the Antarctic Ice Sheet over the past 210 kyr
Subtitle
History of modeled ice surface speed, elevation change and solid Earth rebound rate
Author
Albrecht, Torsten
License
CC Attribution 3.0 Germany:
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Publisher
Copernicus Publications
Release Date
2019
Language
Silent film

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Abstract
History of modeled ice surface speed, elevation change and solid Earth rebound rate. Top-left panel shows the vertically averaged ice speed (logarithmic colour scale). Lower-left panel shows the bedrock rebound rate. Notice the rapid rebound following deglaciation in the Weddell and Ross Sea sectors. Upper-right panel shows modelled surface elevation relative to present day observations on grounded ice and basal melt rates beneath ice shelves. Lower-right panel shows time series of the sea-level forcing (left vertical axis), the temperature forcing (right vertical axis) and the relative sea-level contribution of the ice sheet's above-flotation volume expressed in sea-level equivalent. This movie was designed to complement the submission of "Glacial cycles simulation of the Antarctic Ice Sheet with PISM - Part 1: Boundary conditions and climatic forcing" to the Cryosphere with details of applied forcings and parameterisations.
Keywords
Ice Sheet Modeling
Antarctica
PISM
Paleo
sea-level
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