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  • Concepts and implications of environmental change and human impact : studies from Austrian geomorphological research
  • The hanging glacier Nördliches Bockkarkees represents the only Austrian glacier that formed large and hazardous ice avalanches over the last decades. This paper focuses on geomorphic and glaciological field measurements and observations at and below
  • the ice avalanche deposit and its vicinity after the event. Studies were made (a) at the deposited material itself, (b) at the reshaped land surface below the deposit after ice melt, (c) at the front and margin of the deposit, and (d) outside the deposit
  • . This study reveals different types of ice-avalanche impact landforms comparable to landforms caused by snow avalanches. It is shown that ice avalanches charged with debris at the Nördliches Bockkarkees are important in forming and reshaping erosional
  • Concepts and implications of environmental change and human impact : studies from Austrian geomorphological research
  • is located near the lower limit of discontinuous permafrost. Substantial surface lowering of the glacier tongues surrounding the mountain on both sides (by −250 and −70 m since the Little Ice Age) changed the stress and strain field in the bedrock