Flow-line model code for accumulation of ice along velocity-based trajectories
Bevan,S; Luckman,A (2017); Flow-line model code for accumulation of ice along velocity-based trajectories;
NERC - Polar Data Centre, Cambridge, UK.
doi:10.5285/0cea12bf-2f44-4d48-99d1-e7d303c5e80e
The flow-line model was designed to enable estimation of the age and surface origin for various ice bodies identified within hot-water drilled boreholes on Larsen C Ice Shelf. Surface fluxes are accumulated, converted to thicknesses, and advected down flow from a fixed number of selected points. The model requires input datasets of surface mass balance, surface velocity, vertical strain rates, ice-shelf thickness, and a vertical density profile.

This model is part of a larger project. Input datasets such as density profiles and trajectory vectors are available separately.

Resolution is dependent on the input datasets.

Funding was provided by the NERC grant NE/L005409/1.


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