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Recent changes in pan-Antarctic region surface snowmelt detected by AMSR-E and AMSR2
Abstract. Surface snowmelt in the pan-Antarctic region, including the Antarctic ice sheet (AIS) and sea ice, is crucial to the mass and energy balance in polar regions and can serve as an indicator of climate change. In this study, we investigate the spatial and temporal variations in surface snowmelt over the entire pan-Antarctic region from 2002 to 2017 by using passive microwave remote sensing data. The stable orbits and appropriate acquisition times of the Advanced Microwave Scanningdoi:10.5194/tc-14-3811-2020 fatcat:mm5qk3gyq5f6jntelatvx7npki