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Year: 2018
Abstract Debris surface temperature is a function of debris characteristics and energy fluxes at the debris surface
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Year: 2018
A mantel of debris cover often accumulates across the surface of glaciers in active mountain ranges with exceptionally steep terrain, such as the Andes, Himalaya and New Zealand Alps
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Year: 2018
In the Nepalese Himalaya, there is little information on the number, spatial distribution and morphometric characteristics of rock glaciers, and this information is required if their hydrological contribution is to be understood
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Year: 2018
Study region Chorabari Glacier in Upper Ganga Basin, Garhwal Himalaya
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Year: 2018
Glacier- and snowpack-derived meltwaters are threatened by climate change
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Year: 2018
Despite the importance of glacial lake development in ice dynamics and glacier thinning, in situ and satellite based measurements from lake-terminating glaciers are sparse in the Bhutan Himalaya, where a number of supraglacial lakes exist
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Year: 2018
This report provides comprehensive information about the glacial lakes of five major river basins of the Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH) — Amu Darya, Indus, Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Irrawaddy, including Mansarovar Interior Basin — representing the year 2005, which helps to fill the data gap of glacial lakes information in the region
Year: 2017
Over Saint-Sorlin Glacier in the French Alps (45° N, 6
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Year: 2017
To date, there is a gap in the data about the state and mass balance of glaciers in the climate-sensitive subtropical regions during the Little Ice Age (LIA)
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Year: 2017
Most of Earth’s glaciers are retreating, but some tidewater glaciers are advancing despite increasing temperatures and contrary to their neighbors
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