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Year: 2016
Understanding the future evolution of Himalayan glaciers is important in terms of runoff that provides an essential water source to local populations and has far-reaching downstream impacts
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Year: 2015
Summary Glaciers are crucial in many countries where meltwater from glaciers is an important source of water for drinking water supply, irrigation, hydropower generation and the ecological system
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Year: 2015
Lake-calving Yakutat Glacier in southeast Alaska, USA, is undergoing rapid thinning and terminus retreat
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Year: 2014
One of the grand challenges in glacier research is to assess the total ice volume and its global distribution
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Year: 2013
Ice volume estimates are crucial for assessing water reserves stored in glaciers
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Year: 2013
Glacier-wide mass balance has been measured for more than sixty years and is widely used as an indicator of climate change and to assess the glacier contribution to runoff and sea level rise
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Year: 2011
The hydrology of high mountainous catchments is often predicted with conceptual precipitation-discharge models that simulate the snow accumulation and ablation behavior of a very complex environment using as only input temperature and precipitation
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Year: 2010
Global warming is expected to significantly affect the runoff regime of mountainous catchments
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Year: 2009
Changes in glacier volume are important for questions linked to sea-level rise, water resource management, and tourism industry
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