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Estimation of Ice Thickness of the Satopanth Glacier, Central Himalaya Using Ground Penetrating Radar
Total volume of stored ice in the Himalayan glaciers is an important quantity for water resource management of the Himalayan catchments. However, direct measurement of glacier-ice thickness is rare in the Indian Himalaya. We have estimated the ice thickness of the debris-covered Satopanth Glacier (SPG) using a ground penetrating radar (GPR). Multiple bistatic, unshielded antennae with frequencies of 16, 20, 40 and 80 MHz were used for this purpose. We have done GPR surveys at various locationsdoi:10.18520/cs/v114/i04/785-791 fatcat:mofiugd7vrgypjlgksf6k2ryhi