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Electrical resistivity measurements were carried out at station J9 on the Ross Ice Shelf where temperature measurements were available to a depth exceeding three-quarters of the thickness of the shelf. As in a previously published study at a point about 30 km up-steam (Bentley, 1977), the apparent resistivities fit well to a model based upon a steady-state ice shelf with zero bottom balance-rate and an apparent activation energy in the solid ice of 0.15 to 0.25 eV (14–24. kJ mol−1), withdoi:10.1017/s0022143000014234 fatcat:dx2c3rfscbgkzbb6zq34wzaqbe