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The influence of drainage boundaries on specific mass-balance results: a case study of Engabreen, Norway
Annals of Glaciology
Mass-balance measurements were initiated on Engabreen, an outlet glacier from the Svartisen ice cap, Norway, in 1970. The glacier boundary was defined based on where meltwater drained, as the interest in Engabreen was mainly hydrological. However, the apparent discrepancy between the calculated cumulative glacier mass balance since 1970 and changes in glacier geometry prompted a re-examination of the glacier boundary. The glaciological drainage boundary is defined by studying whether ice flowdoi:10.3189/172756409787769708 fatcat:i4ixgq2cbzec3hgge2wmulyhqy