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  List of Accepted Contributions - CR130 Glaciology, climate, and oceanography of the Antarctic Peninsula and the sub-Antarctic (co-listed in CL & HS)

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Hodgson, D
Palaeolimnological records of Holocene environmental change in the Antarctic Peninsula region

Breuer, B.; Blindow, N.; Lange, M.A.
Prognostic numerical studies for the ice dynamics of the temperate ice cap on King George Island, Antarctica

Bailey, E; Sammonds, P
A fracture mechanics model for the break-up of the Larsen Ice Shelf

Zgur, F.; Rebesco, M.; Domack, E. W.; Willmott, V.
High resolution stratigraphic sequences within the inner Larsen B embayment: seismic imaging within the Crane Glacier (Spillane) Fjord and Hektoria Basin, former Larsen B area, Antarctica

Kulessa, B.; Luckman, A.; King, E. C.; Sammonds, P. R.
Stability of Larsen C ice shelf is controlled by ice mechanical heterogeneity

Domack, E.; Leventer, A.; Ishman, S.; Brachfeld, S.; Huber, B.; Willmott, V.; Rebesco, M.; Zgur, F.; Halverson, G.; Rathburn, A.
Beneath the Larsen B Ice Shelf system: a marine perspective on a rapidly changing cryosphere

Kim, K. Y.; Hong, M. H.; Lee, J.; Hong, J. K.; Jin, Y. K.
Seismic experiments on the Fourcade Glacier in the King George Island, Antarctica

Fink, D; Mackintosh, A; White, D; Gore, D
Retreat of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet since the LGM – when and how much : a perspective from “dipstick” cosmogenic exposure dating at the Framnes and Prince Charles Mountains , MacRobertson Land. (withdrawn)

Lampkin, D. J.; Carelton, A.
Potential for sea ice modulation of Antarctic coastal heat flux: implications for ice shelf stability

Vaughan, D.G.
Cryospheric impacts of climate change on the Antarctic Peninsula

Weston, K; Jickells, T.D.; Clarke, A.
New and regenerated primary production in a coastal Antarctic embayment, Marguerite Bay (withdrawn)

Hubbard, A; Le Brocq, A; Hock, R; Palmer, S; Shepherd, A; Purves, R; Braun, M; Vogt, S; Hildes, D; Wright, A
The dynamical response of the Warszawa Icefield to recent and predicted climate change

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