The periodic topography of ice stream beds: insights from the Fourier spectra of mega-scale glacial lineations
This paper reports the first application of the 2-dimensional discrete Fourier transform method to describing and analyzing the orientation-specific roughness elements of mega-scale glacial lineations (MSGL). Applying the technique to several case study examples reveals characteristic, orientation-specific roughness scales that guide process-related inferences on MSGL formation and evolution.
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The periodic topography of ice stream beds: Insights from the Fourier spectra of mega‐scale glacial lineations
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