Assuming constant density and Poisson's ratio of 0.25, theoretical surface-wave dispersion has been computed for the Byrd Land area in Antarctica, where the velocity increases monotonically with depth. Comparison with observed dispersion indicates 8 to 10 per cent anisotropy in the ice cap. Such anisotropy was also detected from ultrasonic velocity measurements on snow cores.

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