File:Figure 1.5 - Antarctic ice thickness.png
Ice thickness (difference between surface and bed elevations) in metres, showing the much thicker East Antarctic ice sheet, gradual thinning from the interior to the coast and the many deep outlet glaciers. Seawards of the continental outline, the dark blue areas are the permanent ice shelves that represent floating extensions of the continental ice sheet. From Lythe, Vaughan and BEDMAP Consortium, 2001.
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