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Observations of pressure effects on the creep of ice single crystals

  • David M. Cole (a1)

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Experiments performed on ice single crystals oriented for basal slip indicate that the steady-state creep rate is only marginally affected by confining pressure up to 19 MPa, at a constant absolute temperature of 263 K. The observations Contradict earlier work at similar pressures and the disparity is examined in terms of experimental errors.

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