Flow law for Antarctic ice shelves

Thomas, R.H.. 1971 Flow law for Antarctic ice shelves. Nature Physical Science, 232 (30). 85-87.

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Ice shelves are floating glaciers which are attached to an inland ice sheet or to land. They creep under their own weight, the creep rates being dependent on the ice flow law at low stresses.

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