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Year: 2019
Mass losses originating from supraglacial ice cliffs at the lower tongues of debris-covered glaciers are a potentially large component of the mass balance, but have rarely been quantified
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Year: 2018
Key Message: The Indus, Ganges and Brahmaputra river basins are extremely susceptible to temperature increase
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Year: 2018
Snow sublimation is a loss of water from the snowpack to the atmosphere
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Year: 2018
Many glaciers in the northwest of High Mountain Asia (HMA) show an almost zero or positive mass balance, despite the global trend of melting glaciers
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Year: 2018
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Year: 2018
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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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