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31 October 2019

Ongoing Evolution of Fleming Glacier, Antarctica

Fleming Glacier in 2000 and 2019 Landsat images. The 2000 glacier front is marked by red arrows on the north and south margin and red dots along the front. The 2019 glacier front is marked by yellow arrows and yellow dots. During the 1980’s the glaciologic community was focused on increasing our baseline information and monitoring of Antarctic ice shelves. An understanding that  ice shelves had  a critical role along …

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20 April 2010

Fleming Glacier Acceleration and Retreat, Antarctica

Recent observations indicate that the Fleming Glacier on the Antarctic Peninsula which used to feed the Wordie Ice Shelf is accelerating and thinning even faster(Wendt et al, 2010) This is leading to the production of numerous tabular icebergs from the glacier front as seen below from a 2009 Google Earth image. . A is a rift that is also the ice front toward the upper right. B and C are …

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