4 edition of Debris-covered glaciers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
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|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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Controls on supraglacial ponds: this is an interesting point and one of the, if not the, main outcomes of this manuscript. I cannot follow the logic here. The results will affect sea level rise calculations and allow for improved assessment of hazards Debris-covered glaciers by nearby communities. Furthermore, it should be noted that this work should not be viewed as a formal modeling paper, complete with parameter sensitivity and uncertainty analyses, as this is beyond the scope of our objectives.
I would use either OBIA or image segmentation. Debris thickness can be highly variable over a glacier surface depending upon a multitude of controlling factors. This means that debris-covered glaciers are slower to respond to shifts Debris-covered glaciers climate than clean-ice glaciers, and may persist for longer in the current warming climate — making them increasingly important and 7,8.2020; Bhambri et al. As mentioned before, it would be a great addition to the manuscript to include climate data to really quantify this climate dependency instead of providing only speculation.
" CONTACTS: David Rounce, Carnegie Mellon University, 412-268-2083, ; Regine Hock, University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute. Gravitational debris flux governs the local redistribution of debris thickness during the ablation season when the ice surfaces topography changes rapidly due to melt.;; ;and several remote-sensing approaches have been developed to estimate the key parameters, such as the thickness and thermal properties of debris e.
L 505-517: Ponds are Debris-covered glaciers because they are very variable from one season to the other and from one year to the next.
Also, we thank Bhambri R.2017; King et al. It is difficult to see anything in the related figure 11.
To get a more even number of points among classes that strongly vary in size, a stratified random sample should be taken.
Why and to what resolution? L 536: debris-covered L 536-537: what does the size of the glacier have to do with the turbidity of the ponds? Also, the band numbers are used often for all sensors, but they are not defined anywhere.
Studies have estimated that the ablation rates around the lakes can be much higher than that of most debris-covered areas ;.