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AbstractSeismic short-refraction studies were carried out at five stations on the Ross Ice Shelf during the 1976–77 summer season as part of the comprehensive Ross Ice Shelf Geophysical and Glaciological Survey. Measurements of the velocities of compressional waves were made at each location. Compressional wave velocities were measured along more than one azimuth at three sites, and shear wave velocities (both components) at two. Travel-time curves were fitted to an exponential expression bydoi:10.1017/s0022143000014830 fatcat:5jk3gahp6rh4nmqvuj7ydv3mx4