The ice slope is 100km (50km on both sides) along the route from Zhongshan station to Dome A inland ice sheet. DEM was generated by the polar research center in Boulder, Ohio State University. The format is ESRI grid and text format. 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. This data set shows the slope of the ice surface along the route from Zhongshan station to domea in Antarctica.
|collect time||1999/01/01 - 1999/12/31|
|altitude||10.0m - 4100.0m|
|data size||5.3 MB|
Ice slope of the route from Zhongshan station to domea ice sheet in Antarctica, China
The data was released by the National Snow and ice center of the United States. It has been in operation for more than 10 years and has been used by many researchers.
|2||沿中山站至dome a内陆冰盖考察路线的冰面坡度.doc||42.0 kB|
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