Glaciers On Svalbard Pulse 03.02.2016
03.02.2016 15:00 Age: 1 year
Click to enlarge. 50m high: Most glaciers in the world are classic calving glaciers, like the Lilliehöök glacier in Northern Svalbard. Its front is to kilometers wide and almost 50 metres high. Every time it calves, huge roars can be heard across the fjord. The researchers have now examined another type of glaciers that behave very differently. Courtesy: Yngve Vogt
by Yngve Vogt, University of Oslo
A stroke of luck on the glacier
Calculating the snow masses
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