Project - Remote sensing of damage feedbacks and ice shelf instability in Antarctica
Antarctica is the largest uncertainty in sea level rise projections, with contributions ranging from -7.5 cm to >1 m by 2100. Ice shelf weakening due to damage plays an important role, although its impact is still poorly understood. Therefore, this project will combine remote sensing and big data approaches to assess this impact.
|Stef Lhermitte||TU Delft - Geoscience & Remote Sensing||PI|
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