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Professional Paper 1386–A

Chapter A–2 (Figure 51)

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Figure 51.—Scatterplot showing the significant variability in annual mass balances of 18 selected glaciers with lengthy observational records: White Glacier, Canada; Devon NW (ice cap), Canada; Peyto Glacier, Canada; Blue Glacier, Washington; South Cascade Glacier, Washington; Gulkana Glacier, Alaska; Austre Brøggerbreen, Svalbard (Norway); Storbreen, Norway; Nigardsbreen, Norway; Storglaciären, Sweden; Griesgletscher, Switzerland; Vernagtferner, Austria; Sonnbliekgletscher, Austria; Maliy Aktru Glacier, Russia; Djankuat Glacier, Russia; Abramov Glacier, Kyrgyzstan; Ts. Tuyuksu Glacier, Kazakhstan; and Ürümqi S. No. 1 Glacier, China.

Figure 51. Scatterplot showing the significant variability in annual mass balances of 18 selected glaciers with lengthy observational records: White Glacier, Canada; Devon NW (ice cap), Canada; Peyto Glacier, Canada; Blue Glacier, Washington; South Cascade Glacier, Washington; Gulkana Glacier, Alaska; Austre Brøggerbreen, Svalbard (Norway); Storbreen, Norway; Nigardsbreen, Norway; Storglaciären, Sweden; Griesgletscher, Switzerland; Vernagtferner, Austria; Sonnbliekgletscher, Austria; Maliy Aktru Glacier, Russia; Djankuat Glacier, Russia; Abramov Glacier, Kyrgyzstan; Ts. Tuyuksu Glacier, Kazakhstan; and Ürümqi S. No. 1 Glacier, China.



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