GPS Spotlight! Our station this week is DUPT, located at Duthiers Point in Antarctica. The Duthiers Point GPS station was installed as part of International Polar Year activities and is being used to measure uplift relating to the 2002 collapse of the Larson B ice shelf. Geoscientists and biologists have worked together for over a decade to understand the events leading up to this collapse and the impacts resulting from it. (Photo/UNAVCO)
Click the link in our bio to read more about this project and the data this station is collecting!