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Fluctuations of glaciers 1980-1985 (Vol.V)
by International Association of Hydrological Sciences (International Commission on Snow and Ice), United Nations Environment Programme, Unesco in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, Nairobi, Kenya, Paris
Written in English
|Statement||compiled for the World Glacier Monitoring Service by Wilfried Haeberli and Peter Müller|
|Contributions||Müller, Peter, International Association of Hydrological Sciences, International Commission on Snow and Ice, Unesco, United Nations Environment Programme, World Glacier Monitoring Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
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Glacial Responses to Climate Change. Permanent Service on the Fluctuations of Glaciers (PSFG) was. established. This resulted in a series of reports in 5-year Author: Wilfried Haeberli. The sensitivity of the mass balance depends strongly on climatic conditions: maritime glaciers are far more sensitive to temperature change than dry subpolar ice caps (extreme values differ by a factor of 5!) Next an extrapolation to all glaciers and small ice caps is by: Fluctuations of tidewater glaciers in Hornsund Fjord (Southern Svalbard) since the beginning of the 20th century Fluctuations of.
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The complete model is forced by uniform changes in atmospheric temperature. The model results show that the initiation of the Fennoscandian ice sheet is not easy, and requires more severe climatic conditions than had been by: 4. Glaciers of North America— GLACIERS OF CANADA HISTORY OF GLACIER INVESTIGATIONS IN CANADA By C.
SIMON L. OMMANNEY The earliest recorded description of a Canadian glacier was in Since that time, various glaciological investigations have been conducted in the several glacierized regions of Canada (for example, Coast Mountains, Interior Ranges. Vol. 43, No. 2, Jun., Published by: Arctic Institute of North America.
social, and biological sciences, humanities, and engineering. Also included are book reviews, commentaries, letters to the editor, and profiles of significant people, places, or events of northern interest.
Fluctuations of Glaciers Vol. V by Wilfried. The response of glaciers to climate change generally is not only governed by the climate, but also by glacier changes (Fischer, ).A reduction of glacier area in zones with high ablation rates leads to reduction in glacier runoff and a less negative specific mass balance (Marzeion and Kaser, ).Regional and local scenarios of future climate still include great uncertainties, especially.
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