Antarctic ice mass variations from 1979 to 2017 driven by anomalous precipitation accumulation

Scientific reports, pp. 203662020.

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Antarctic ice mass balance is determined by precipitation and ice discharge, and understanding their relative contributions to contemporary Antarctic ice mass change is important to project future ice mass loss and resulting sea level rise. There has been evidence that anomalous precipitation affects Antarctic ice mass loss estimates, and...More

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