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      Preface to the Special Issue on Antarctic Meteorology and Climate: Past, Present and Future

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            Four decades of Antarctic Ice Sheet mass balance from 1979–2017

            Significance Statement We evaluate the state of the mass balance of the Antarctic Ice Sheet over the last four decades using a comprehensive, precise satellite record and output products from a regional atmospheric climate model to document its impact on sea-level rise. The mass loss is dominated by enhanced glacier flow in areas closest to warm, salty, subsurface circumpolar deep water, including East Antarctica, which has been a major contributor over the entire period. The same sectors are likely to dominate sea-level rise from Antarctica in decades to come as enhanced polar westerlies push more circumpolar deep water toward the glaciers.
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                Journal
                Advances in Atmospheric Sciences
                Adv. Atmos. Sci.
                Springer Science and Business Media LLC
                0256-1530
                1861-9533
                May 2020
                April 18 2020
                May 2020
                : 37
                : 5
                : 421-422
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                10.1007/s00376-020-2001-7
                © 2020

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