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English: Map in English of Greenland ice sheet thickness. Thickness over 10 m above bedrock and mean sea level.
Français : Carte en anglais de l'épaisseur de l' inlandsis du Groenland. Épaisseur supérieure à 10 m au-dessus de la surface rocheuse et du niveau moyen des mers.

  • Lambert conformal conic projection; WGS84 datum
standard parallels: 66° N - 78° N
central meridian: 42° W
  • Scale: 1:8,000,000 (precision: 2 km)
Date January 2011
Source Own work
  • Sources used:
    • NGDC ETOPO1 (public domain)
    • Location of GISP2 drill: NCDC/NOAA
Author Eric Gaba ( Sting - fr:Sting)
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76° 0′ 0.00″ N, 42° 0′ 0.00″ W

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