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Glacier ice-volume modeling and glacier volumes on Redoubt Volcano, Alaska
|Other titles||Glacier ice volume modeling and glacier volumes on Redoubt Volcano, Alaska|
|Statement||by Dennis C. Trabant and Daniel B. Hawkins|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 97-4187|
|Contributions||Hawkins, D. B. 1934-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 29 p.|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Glacier Ice-Volume Modeling and Glacier Volumes On Redoubt Volcano, Alaska by Dennis C. Trabant and Daniel B. Hawkins ABSTRACT Assessment of ice volumes and hydrologic hazards on Redoubt Volcano began four months before the eruptions removed cubic kilometer of perennial snow and ice from Drift by: 5.
Assessment of ice volumes and hydrologic hazards on Redoubt Volcano began four months before the eruptions removed cubic kilometer of perennial snow and ice from Drift glacier. A volume model was developed for evaluating glacier volumes on Redoubt Volcano. The volume model is based on third-order polynomial simulations of valley cross sections.
Get this from a library. Glacier ice-volume modeling and glacier volumes on Redoubt Volcano, Alaska. [Dennis Trabant; D B Hawkins; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Disruption of Drift glacier and origin of floods during the – eruptions of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska.
Book. Full-text Glacier ice-volume modeling and glacier volumes on Redoubt Volcano Glacier Ice. Mount Redoubt, a volcano located west of Cook Inlet in Alaska, erupted from to This eruptive cycle removed about 6 × m3 of glacier ice from the upper part of Drift Glacier and.
Aguado, E., Cayan, D., Riddle, L., and Roos, M.,Climatic fluctuations and the timing of west coast streamflow: Journal of Climate, v. 5, p. ume of all the remote glaciers on Earth, and glacier volumes for the vast majority of glaciers have therefore been esti-mated from empirical (but physically justiﬁed) scaling laws between glacier area and glacier volume (Bahr et al., ).
Table 1 has a non-exhaustive list of scaling laws found in the by: D.C. Trabant, D.B. HawkinsGlacier ice-volume modeling and glacier volumes on Redoubt Volcano, Alaska U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report (), pp.
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Reading/Discussion. The contribution of land glacier melting to global sea level rise has been explored in a recent study of Alaskan glaciers. In this study, airborne laser altimetry was used to determine the mass and thickness of over fifty glaciers. Glacier ice-volume modeling and glacier volumes on Redoubt Volcano, Alaska.
Water-resources investigations report, Fairbanks, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey. The Bering glacier in Alaska is the largest glacier on continental North America and the largest surging glacier on earth.
By definition, glacial surges are accelerated movements, for durations up to about 2 years, during which glaciers may move at speeds up to times their long-term average speed. Glacier ice-volume modeling and glacier volumes on Redoubt Volcano, Alaska.
Water-resources investigations report, Fairbanks, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey.On Mt. Wrangel, Benson and colleagues are monitoring the ice response to increasing geothermal activity on the northern slopes of the volcano [Motyka et al., ]; Mt Redoubt, Alaska, another glacier-covered volcano is also being studied [MacKeith et al., ].
A variety of approaches is being adopted in large scale ice-flow modeling.The later mentions the accelerating Pine Glacier, also the subject of the latest missives.
In this was due to the ice shelves ceasing to act as a dam. Six years later it is because increased water at the the base is lubricating the downwards flow/10().