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Glacier calving and a whole lot of mixing

Written by  Tuesday, 29 November 2022 06:00
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RRS James Clark Ross research ship and William Glacier

It’s no surprise that when a massive lump of ice drops off the edge of a glacier into the sea, the surface waters of the ocean get pretty churned up. However, in addition to causing tsunamis at the surface of the ocean, recent research has led to the discovery that glacier calving can excite vigorous internal tsunami waves – a process that has been neglected in driving ocean mixing in computer models.

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Internal tsunamigenesis and ocean mixing driven by glacier calving


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