Dome A is located in the center of the South East pole, which is the highest point of the Antarctic ice sheet that has not been scientifically explored. Dome A area directly receives the deposition from the earth's stratospheric atmosphere, where the ice sheet is formed by primitive accumulation, storing the global climate and atmospheric environment information. Dome A is also the center of the Antarctic cold source. It is expected to obtain the lowest temperature on the earth's surface. It is the most important driving source in the earth's climate environment dynamic system and the most ideal area for the background observation of modern earth's climate environment dynamics. The ice thickness planned to be produced by bedmap is 100km (50km on both sides) along the route from Zhongshan station to Dome A inland ice cap. ESRI grid text format. This data set shows the ice thickness along the route from Zhongshan station to domea in Antarctica.
|1957/01/01 - 1997/12/31
|Inland ice sheet, Zhongshan station, Antarctica, China to Dome A
|10.0m - 4100.0m
Ice thickness along the route from Zhongshan station to domea ice sheet in Antarctica, China
The data shall be preliminarily reviewed and compiled according to the ground meteorological observation specifications of China Meteorological Administration.
|Ice slope of the route from Zhongshan station to domea ice sheet in Antarctica, China
|Precipitation along the route from Zhongshan station to domea, Antarctica, China
|Accumulation rate distribution of inland ice sheet expedition route from Zhongshan Station to DomeA in Antarctica, China
|GPS elevation data of the route from Zhongshan station to domea ice sheet in Antarctica, China, 1996-1999
|The observation data of flower pole from Zhongshan station to domea inland ice sheet in Antarctica in 1996-1999
|Velocity data from GPS observations of the route from Zhongshan station to domea inland ice sheet in Antarctica, China, 1996-1999
|Shallow ice radar data from Zhongshan station to domea section from 1881 to 2006
|Sea ice thickness data of China's 21st Antarctic Survey from 2004 to 2005
|Chinese Antarctic Expedition Route Data of Grove Mountain,2010-2011
|Material balance data from Zhongshan station to Dome A in 2012 / 2013
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