Multi-decadal mass loss of glaciers in the Everest area (Nepal Himalaya) derived from stereo imagery

@inproceedings{Bolch2011MultidecadalML,
  title={Multi-decadal mass loss of glaciers in the Everest area (Nepal Himalaya) derived from stereo imagery},
  author={Tobias Bolch and Tino Pieczonka and Douglas I. Benn},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract. Mass loss of Himalayan glaciers has wide-ranging consequences such as changing runoff distribution, sea level rise and an increasing risk of glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs). The assessment of the regional and global impact of glacier changes in the Himalaya is, however, hampered by a lack of mass balance data for most of the range. Multi-temporal digital terrain models (DTMs) allow glacier mass balance to be calculated. Here, we present a time series of mass changes for ten… CONTINUE READING

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