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The use of ice-penetrating radar to investigate the thickness, roughness, motion, and debris, of a body of ice, and to measure and to detect crevasses and sub-ice lakes. See Plewes and Hubbard (2001PPG25, 2) for a detailed account of the investigative processes.

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