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ESA Antarctic Ice Sheet Climate Change Initiative (Antarctic_Ice_Sheet_cci): Grounding Line Locations for the Drygalski, Cook, Ninnis and Mertz Glaciers, Antarctica, 1996 - 2017, v1.0
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Abstract

Grounding line locations (GLL) data for the Drygalski, Cook, Ninnis and Mertz Glaciers in Antarctica, produced by the ESA Antarctic Ice Sheet Climate Change Initiative (CCI) project. The grounding lines have been derived from satellite observations from the ERS-1/2 and Copernicus Sentinel-1 instruments, acquired betwee 1996 and 2017.

Citable as:  ESA Antarctic Ice Sheets CCI Project team (9999): ESA Antarctic Ice Sheet Climate Change Initiative (Antarctic_Ice_Sheet_cci): Grounding Line Locations for the Drygalski, Cook, Ninnis and Mertz Glaciers, Antarctica, 1996 - 2017, v1.0. Centre for Environmental Data Analysis, date of citation. http://catalogue.ceda.ac.uk/uuid/01611ae0ee0f40599a719401f5f9ef37
Keywords:  ice sheets, glacier grounding line location
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Data were produced by DLR in the context of the ESA CCI Antarctic Ice Sheet project team and are archived on the ENVEO Cryoportal (http://cryoportal.enveo.at/data/). They have been supplied to CEDA in the context of the ESA CCI Open Data Portal Project.

2018-05-15 These data were removed for the following reason: Request of data provider

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Temporal Range
1996-02-13T00:00:00
2017-03-12T00:00:00
Geographic Extent

  -66.5200°  
142.4600°     170.5400°
  -76.8600°  
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