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  • Ablation glaciaire ; Années 1951-2011 ; Baishui ; Bilan de masse ; Chine ; Glacier ; Précipitation ; Qinghai ; Température de surface ; Tibet
  • China ; Glacial ablation ; Glacier ; Glacier mass balance ; Precipitation ; Qinghai ; Surface temperature ; Tibet
  • Based on the field observations of mass balance and glacier temperature at Baishui Glacier No.1 in Mt. Yulong, its accumulation, ablation, net balance and near-surface ice temperature structure were analyzed and studied in this paper. Results showed
  • that the accumulation period was ranged from October to the following mid-May, and the ablation period occurred from mid-May to October, suggesting that the ablation period of temperate glacier began about 15 days earlier than that of continental glaciers, while
  • the accumulation period began about 15 days later. Compared with the data from 1982, the glacier temperature has risen in the ablation zone in recent decades.
  • 2013
  • Properties of natural supraglacial debris in relation to modelling sub-debris ice ablation
  • Ablation glaciaire ; Albédo ; Bilan de masse ; Conductivité thermique ; Couverture détritique ; Glaciaire ; Glacier ; Himalaya ; Modèle ; Népal ; Variabilité saisonnière
  • Albedo ; Debris cover ; Glacial ablation ; Glacial features ; Glacier ; Glacier mass balance ; Himalaya ; Model ; Nepal ; Seasonal variability ; Thermal conductivity
  • The AA. report measurements of vertical temperature profiles in debris on the Ngozumpa glacier in the Khumbu Himal region,Nepal, that show : 1) conductive processes dominate during the ablation season in matrix-supported diamict; 2) ventilation may
  • 2013
  • Ablation glaciaire ; Altaj ; Cours d'eau ; Dynamique fluviale ; Ecoulement ; Ecoulement glaciaire ; Hydrométrie ; Montagne ; Russie d'Asie ; Régime fluvial ; Sibir'
  • Altai Mountains ; Asian part of Russia ; Fluvial dynamics ; Glacial ablation ; Glacial flow ; Hydrometry ; Mountain ; River regime ; Runoff ; Siberia ; Stream
  • l’écoulement glaciaire durant la période d’ablation glaciaire en 2010-2011.
  • 2013
  • Ablation glaciaire ; Alpes ; Couverture détritique ; Glacier ; Glaciologie ; Italie ; Modèle
  • Alps (The) ; Debris cover ; Glacial ablation ; Glacier ; Glaciology ; Italy ; Model
  • glacier ablation zone. First, simple geometric relations between englacial septa and the supraglacial debris load are outlined to elucidate the role of glaciological variables (gradient, ice motion, ablation, rate of glacier thinning) on debris cover
  • 2013
  • Ablation glaciaire ; Altaj ; Années 1910-2010 ; Cartographie ; Expédition scientifique ; Fluctuation du glacier ; GPS ; Glacier ; Géographie historique ; Mongolie ; Montagne ; Photographie ; Recul du glacier ; Télédétection
  • Cartography ; Glacial ablation ; Glacier ; Glacier fluctuation ; Glacier retreat ; Global Positioning System ; Historical geography ; Mongolia ; Mountain ; Photography ; Remote sensing ; Scientific expedition
  • the changes in the glacial system. The results suggest that while the snow and ice volume on the summits appears to be intact, lower elevation glaciers show significant recession and ablation. From 1910 to 2010, West Turgen Glacier receded by c. 600 m and down
  • 2013
  • Ablation glaciaire ; Alpes ; Autriche ; Conductivité thermique ; Débris ; Eau de fonte ; Glacier ; Granulométrie ; Géophysique ; Humidité ; Lithologie ; Parcelle expérimentale
  • Alps (The) ; Austria ; Debris ; Experiment plot ; Geophysics ; Glacial ablation ; Glacier ; Grain size distribution ; Lithology ; Meltwater ; Moisture ; Thermal conductivity
  • The ablation experiments with artificial debris cover were performed on the middle tongue of Vernagtferner, a temperate glacier in the Ötztal Alps, Austria. Ten test plots were established with different debris grain sizes and debris thicknesses
  • 2013
  • laser scanner. The glacier is still active and shows a detectable mass transfer from the accumulation area to the lower ablation area, which is covered by a thick debris mantle. The glacier owes its existence to the local topo-climatic conditions
  • , ensured by high rock walls which enhance accumulation by delivering avalanche snow and reduce ablation by providing topographic shading and regulating the debris budget of the glacier catchment. In the last several years the glacier has displayed peculiar
  • behaviour compared with most glaciers of the European Alps, being close to equilibrium conditions in spite of warm ablation seasons. The AA. infer for this glacier a lower sensitivity to air temperature and a higher sensitivity to precipitation, associated
  • 2013
  • Ablation glaciaire ; Cryopédologie ; Dépôt de pente ; Glaciaire ; Granulométrie ; Iakout-Sakha ; Kolyma ; Russie d'Asie
  • Asian part of Russia ; Cryopedology ; Glacial ablation ; Glacial features ; Grain size distribution ; Kolyma River ; Sakha ; Slope deposit
  • 2013
  • , was transported by the glacier and later deposited as supraglacial ablation till. The cause of the avalanche was the decompression of the valley slopes after they were freed from the glacier ice (stress relaxation). Reconstruction of the ice masses has been
  • 2013
  • The AA. used remote sensing to derive a spatiotemporal index of snow climatology that reveals patterns in snow accumulation, persistence, and ablation. Then they examined how this index relates to climate, terrain, and vegetation. Analyses were
  • 2013