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Shelley L. Knuth, Gregory J. Tripoli, Jonathan E. Thom, and George A. Weidner

widespread examination of the continent. During a field study conducted between January 2005 and October 2006 across the Ross Ice Shelf and on icebergs in the Ross Sea, seven AWS were fitted with automated acoustic depth gauges to provide the first extensive network of ground-based snow depth change measurements in Antarctica. The full suite of AWS measurements was then used to determine the relative influences of two of the factors—horizontal snow transport and precipitation—on changes in snow depth

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