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dc.contributor.authorJoughin, Ian
dc.contributor.authorShapero, Daniel
dc.contributor.authorDutrieux, Pierre
dc.contributor.authorSmith, Ben
dc.description.abstractSpeedup of Pine Island Glacier over the last several decades has made it Antarctica’s largest contributor to sea-level rise. The past speedup is largely due to grounding-line retreat in response to ocean-induced thinning that reduced ice-shelf buttressing. These data are the model inputs and other observations associated with two papers that use an ice-flow model to investigate recent speedup of Pine Island Glacier, along with how continued melting may affect the glacier over the next 200 year.en_US
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dc.titleData associated with "Ice-Shelf Retreat Drives Recent Pine Island Glacier Speedup” and "Ocean-Induced Melt Volume Directly Paces Ice Loss from Pine Island Glacier "en_US

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