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Annals of Glaciology
Calving ice walls are an important ablation mechanism for deglaciation of calving bays occupied by temperate tide-water glaciers and polar marine ice sheets. Dangers inherent in calving bays have precluded detailed field studies of these calving ice walls. However, calving ice walls also exist in sub-polar glaciers terminating on dry land, and an opportunity for detailed field work was afforded by the 12 August 1970 volcanic eruption on Deception Island (63.0°S, 60.6°W), where thawing of adoi:10.3189/s0260305500006984 fatcat:kleznjicqjck7lv5uzfomwdaui