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Year: 2008
The cryosphere is the body of the world's frozen water, composed of sea and continental ice, snow cover, and perpetually frozen soil and rocks (permafrost)
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Year: 2007
The Gran Sasso d’Italia on the move Massimo Pecci, Gabriele Scarascia MugnozzaA great rock fall occurred, suddenly, on the morning of the 22nd August 2006, around 08:30 local time
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Year: 2007
The summit area of the Apennines is quickly changing and the mid latitude cryosphere is contemporarily shrinking and degrading due to global warming
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Year: 2001
The Calderone Glacier, located in the Gran Sasso d'Italia mountain group (Abruzzo, Italy), is the most southern glacier in Europe
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Year: 2001
The paper presents the state of the art of the works in progress; in particular Prof
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Year: 2001
The Calderone Glacier is characterised by a reduction phase since the end of the "Little Ice Age" (LIA) Auct
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Year: 2000
Variation that took place at the terminus of some Karakorum glaciers (particularly the Baltoro glacier and the Liligo glacier) during the present century has been reconstructed using several methodologies
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Year: 2000
Ghiacciaio del Calderone is the only glacier in the Italian Apennines and the southernmost glacier in Europe in a strong reduction phase
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