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Characterisation of subglacial water using a constrained transdimensional Bayesian Time Domain Electromagnetic Inversion
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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Subglacial water influences the dynamics of ice masses. The state of subglacial pore water, whether liquid or frozen, is associated with differences in electrical resistivity that span several orders of magnitude, hence liquid water can be inferred from electrical resistivity depth profiles. Such profiles can be obtained from inversions of time domain electromagnetics (TEM) soundings, but these are often non-unique. Here, we adapt an existing Bayesiandoi:10.5194/se-2019-126 fatcat:u4mwehjudzfavorb6krbqbnrzm