Articles in peer-reviewed journals

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Year: 2019
Mass losses originating from supraglacial ice cliffs at the lower tongues of debris-covered glaciers are a potentially large component of the mass balance, but have rarely been quantified
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Year: 2018
Black carbon (BC), water-insoluble organic carbon (OC), and mineral dust are important particles in snow and ice which significantly reduce albedo and accelerate melting
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Year: 2018
Snow sublimation is a loss of water from the snowpack to the atmosphere
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Year: 2018
A mantel of debris cover often accumulates across the surface of glaciers in active mountain ranges with exceptionally steep terrain, such as the Andes, Himalaya and New Zealand Alps
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Year: 2017
Over Saint-Sorlin Glacier in the French Alps (45° N, 6
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