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  • Canada ; Glacier ; Glacier mass balance ; Kyrgyzstan ; Methodology ; Model ; Northwest Territories ; Principal components analysis ; Sampling ; Spatial statistics
  • Analyse en composantes principales ; Bilan de masse ; Canada ; Echantillonnage ; Glacier ; Kirghizistan ; Modèle ; Méthodologie ; Northwest Territories ; Statistique spatiale
  • The A. aims to determine the effective sample size of 2 glaciers by analysis of the spatial correlation between point mass balance measurements. Correlograms from multiple time series of point mass balance, measured on White Glacier (Axel Heiberg
  • Island, Canada) and Abramov Glacier (Alai Range, Kirgizia), show that the correlation decreases with the difference in elevation between the points. A principal component analysis confirms that the effective sample size is very small.
  • Antarctica ; Geochemistry ; Glacier ; Glacier mass balance ; Isotope analysis ; Measurement ; Polar region ; Remote sensing ; Research technique ; Spatial variation
  • Analyse isotopique ; Antarctique ; Bilan de masse ; Glacier ; Géochimie ; Mesure ; Région polaire ; Technique de recherche ; Télédétection ; Variation spatiale ; Victoria Land
  • Accumulation rate measurements on the East Antarctic plateau are challenging due to both spatial and temporal variability. The AA. present a suite of accumulation rate measurements collected over several seasons at Taylor Dome. They compare net
  • Analysis of winter and summer glacier mass balances
  • . This is done to obtain a better understanding of spatial and temporal variability in winter accumulation, summer melting, and the resulting annual glacier mass balances for the last several decades characterized by a climatic warming trend.
  • Altitude ; Glacier ; Glacier mass balance ; Methodology ; Mountain ; Regression analysis ; Spatial statistics ; United States of America ; Washington State
  • Altitude ; Analyse de régression ; Bilan de masse ; Etats-Unis ; Glacier ; Montagne ; Méthodologie ; Statistique spatiale ; Washington State
  • Analysis of difference between direct and geodetic mass balance measurements at South Cascade Glacier, Washington
  • , shallow core analysis and ground-penetrating radar (GPR) surveying have been applied. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the input from the different methods, especially the GPS profiling, using the results from the traditional direct method
  • on the Djantugan firn plateau in the crest zone of the Main Caucasus Ridge. Annual layers are identified by visual and textural petrographic analysis in situ. Geochemical and isotope methods are also applied. The reconstructed continuous mass-balance time series