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Year: 2009
Muztag Ata and Kongur Shan massifs represent a significant area of anomalously high topography at the northwestern end of the Tibetan Plateau, rising to > 7500 m above sea-level (asl) from the plateau that has an average elevation of ~ 3500 m asl
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Year: 2009
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Year: 2009
Mountain glaciers are sensitive probes of the local climate, and, thus, they present an opportunity and a challenge to interpret climates of the past and to predict future changes
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Year: 2009
Reconstructions of the extent of Quaternary glaciations provide important knowledge of landform evolution on the Tibetan Plateau
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