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Annual net balance of North Cascade glaciers, 1984-94
Journal of Glaciology
Annual net balance eight North Cascade glaciers during the 1984-94 period has been determined by measurement of total mass loss firn and ice melt and ice melt and, residual snow depth at the end of the Summer season. Overall spatial density of measurment points is 200 points km−2. Mean annual balance of North Clascade glaciers from 1984 to 1994 has been −0.38 ma−1. The resulting 4.2 m loss in water-equivalent thickness is significant, since North Cascade glaciers have an average thickness ofdoi:10.1017/s0022143000030471 fatcat:ncolncdglncv7ohbabfftp72ca