Asynchronous ice-sheet development along the central East Greenland margin: a GLANAM project contribution
The sedimentary record of the glaciated margins of the North Atlantic holds evidence of past ice-sheet activity, and reflects spatial and temporal variations in the ice–ocean–climate interaction as well as the influence of tectonic processes. Furthermore, the record of cross-shelf ice sheets provides a direct link between the continental ice cover and the deep ocean, a relevant issue in the context of climate research.
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