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000011589 037__ $$a5188
000011589 041__ $$aEnglish
000011589 100__ $$aAnand, A.
000011589 100__ $$aTshering, P. C.
000011589 245__ $$aThe September 2002 Kolka Glacier catastrophe in north Ossetia, Russian Federation: Evidence and analysis
000011589 260__ $$c2004
000011589 260__ $$b
            
000011589 490__ $$aArticle
000011589 507__ $$aMFOLL
000011589 511__ $$aCrysparticle
000011589 511__ $$aCrysparticle
000011589 511__ $$aCryosphere
000011589 520__ $$aIn high mountain regions, a number of natural catastrophes are related to glaciers, eg, outbursts of glacier-dammed lakes or interglacial water reservoirs, glaciers destroyed by volcanic eruptions, and various types of glacier surges. But the glacier catastrophe in 2002 in the North Caucasus was a rare phenomenon resulting from a combination of a glacier surge and a high-speed ice-water-stone mudflow. The latter’s scale and particular nature makes it a unique phenomenon worldwide.
000011589 653__ $$aCaucasus
000011589 653__ $$adisaster
000011589 653__ $$aglaciers
000011589 653__ $$ahazard
000011589 653__ $$aRussia
000011589 653__ $$avolcano
000011589 650__ $$aCryosphere
000011589 650__ $$aGlaciers
000011589 650__ $$aGLOFs
000011589 650__ $$aHazards and disaster
000011589 691__ $$aCryosphere
000011589 691__ $$aGlaciers
000011589 691__ $$aGLOFs
000011589 691__ $$aHazards and disaster
000011589 773__ $$pMountain Research and Development, Vol 24, No 1, Feb 2004, Page 78-87: http://www.bioone.org/doi/pdf/10.1659/0276-4741%282004%29024%5B0078%3ATSKGCI%5D2.0.CO%3B2
000011589 8564_ $$uhttp://lib.icimod.org/record/11589/files/5188.pdf
000011589 980__ $$aARTICLE