Back in September this
year Mathieu Morlighem circulated an email to cryolist
announcing the release of a new bed elevation data set for
Greenland called BedMachine v3 (sent 26/9/17). The digital data
set is available at NSIDC (https://nsidc.org/data/IDBMG4) but,
in addition, we have produced a beautiful hardcopy map (roughly
A0 size) similar to the map produced for the Antarctic BEDMAP2.
In fact, the British Antarctic Survey helped in the production
and it forms part of their map series.
We will have copies
available, if you would like one, from the NASA exhibition stand
(booth 1645) from Monday 11th am. I will also have some copies
with me in case you don't make it to the stand. We will also be
taking copies to EGU next spring. If you aren't planning to
attend either of these meetings but would like a copy please
send an email with your postal address to [hidden email]
and we will endeavour to send one to you (depending on demand).
Mathieu and the BedMachine team.
Prof. J.L. Bamber tel: 44-(0)117-428-2490
Bristol Glaciology Centre, fax: 44-(0)117-928-7878
School of Geographical Sciences, email: [hidden email]
University of Bristol,
Bristol, BS8 1SS, UK.
Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Scholar
President, European Geosciences Union (www.egu.eu)
GlobalMass | Attributing global sea level rise to its component parts | www.globalmass.eu
Google Scholar http://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=-skQKxgAAAAJ&hl
ISI Researcher ID http://www.researcherid.com/rid/C-7608-2011