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Record #110915:

Do the anomalous fluctuations of Sólheimajökull reflect ice-divide migration? / Andrew J. Dugmore, David E. Sugden.

Title: Do the anomalous fluctuations of Sólheimajökull reflect ice-divide migration? / Andrew J. Dugmore, David E. Sugden.
Author(s): Dugmore, Andrew J.
Sugden, David E.
Date: 1991.
In: Boreas. (1991.), Vol. 20(2) (1991)
Abstract: Ice-divide migration may explain pattern of Holocene glacier fluctuations around Mýrdalsjökull, southern Iceland. On at least three occasions, Sólheimajökull has exceeded Little Ice Age limits that mark maximum extent of neighbouring glaciers during Holocene. Bedrock divides beneath ice cap do not coincide with present ice divides, and it is suggested that divide may have migrated during course of ice accumulation.
Notes:

Boreas. Vol. 20(2) :105-113 (1991).

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.324 -- Land ice.
551.324.24 -- Ice sheets and caps.
551.324.6 -- Land ice, fluctuation: Sólheimajökull.
.000(410) -- British author.
E5 -- Glaciology: land ice.
(*35) -- Iceland.
SPRI record no.: 110915

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