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Modeling present and future ice covers in two Antarctic lakes
Journal of Glaciology
Antarctic lakes with perennial ice covers provide the opportunity to investigate in-lake processes without direct atmospheric interaction, and to study their ice-cover sensitivity to climate conditions. In this study, a numerical model – driven by radiative, atmospheric and turbulent heat fluxes from the water body beneath the ice cover – was implemented to investigate the impact of climate change on the ice covers from two Antarctic lakes: west lobe of Lake Bonney (WLB) and Crooked Lake. Modeldoi:10.1017/jog.2019.78 fatcat:dk7fjxihjnbixaq4mzwjn5ri5y