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Year: 2016
This study presents volume and mass changes of seven (five partially debris-covered, two debris-free) glaciers in the upper Langtang catchment in Nepal
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Year: 2016
Debris-covered glaciers are increasingly studied because it is assumed that debris cover extent and thickness could increase in a warming climate, with more regular rockfalls from the surrounding slopes and more englacial melt-out material
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Year: 2015
Meteorological studies in high-mountain environments form the basis of our understanding of catchment hydrology and glacier accumulation and melt processes, yet high-altitude (>4000 m above sea level, asl) observatories are rare
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Year: 2015
The hydrology of high-elevation watersheds of the Hindu Kush-Himalaya region (HKH) is poorly known
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Year: 2015
Debris-covered glaciers play an important role in the high-altitude water cycle in the Himalaya, yet their dynamics are poorly understood, partly because of the difficult fieldwork conditions
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Year: 2015
Air temperature is one of the most relevant input variables for snow and ice melt calculations
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Year: 2015
Debris-covered glaciers play an important role in the high-altitude water cycle in the Himalaya, yet their dynamics are poorly understood, partly because of the difficult fieldwork conditions
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Year: 2015
Spatial evolution of supraglacial debris cover on mountain glaciers is a largely unmonitored and poorly understood phenomenon that directly affects glacier melt
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Year: 2014
Himalayan glacier tongues are commonly debris covered and they are an important source of melt water
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Year: 2014
The performance of glaciohydrological models which simulate catchment response to climate variability depends to a large degree on the data used to force the models
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