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Year: 2011
Catastrophic partial drainage of Pangong Tso, one of the largest lakes in Tibet, is supported by the geomorphology of the Tangtse Valley, Ladakh, northern India and cosmogenic 10Be nuclide ages of roche moutonnées, strath terraces, and a flood deposit downstream from the former spillway
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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: 2008
Glacial geological evidence from throughout the Himalayan–Tibetan orogen is examined to determine the timing and extent of late Quaternary glaciation in this region and its relation to similar changes on a global scale
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Year: 2005
Abundant glacial geologic evidence present throughout Tibet and the bordering mountains shows that glaciers have oscillated many times throughout the late Quaternary
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Year: 1998
New dares for late Quaternary glaciations in the Himalayas show that,\nduring the last glacial cycle, glaciations were not synchronous throughout\nthe region
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Year: 1996
This paper presents the first glacial chronology for the Lahul Himalaya, Northern India
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