By Anker Weidick
Edited by Richard S. Williams, Jr., and Jane G. Ferrigno
With a section on
By Richard S. Williams, Jr., and Jane G. Ferrigno
Landsat images are the basis for a
discussion of the glaciology,
geography, and climatology of Greenland, the second largest areal
and volumetric concentration of present-day glacier ice.
|Cover: Landsat 1 MSS digitally enhanced false-color composite image of the south slope of the Inland Ice northwest of Julianehåb (Qaqortoq), South Greenland. The image shows the well-defined edge of the Inland Ice, which spreads over the lowlands of South Greenland toward the outer coast. In some areas, the snowline is clearly visible. The marginal areas of the ice sheet in this area have undergone strong thinning during this century. (Landsat image 22061-13461, 13 September 1980; Path 3, Row 17 from Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, Ottawa, Ontario.)|
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|Plate 1. Map of Greenland Showing the Greenland Ice Sheet, Outlet Glaciers, Local Ice Caps, and Principal Towns||6.6 MB|
The printed version of this publication is available from:
USGS Information Services, Box 25286,
Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225
For questions about the content of this report, contact Richard S. Williams or Jane G. Ferrigno.
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