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Historic image LS_0695 is part of the 'UVA lantern slides' collection; the topic area is 'Glaciers'. Location is ME (imprecise). The image has the following description: 'Glacial pot hole. Gray, ME .' The image was scanned from a lantern slide as part of the USGS NGGDPP deliverable for 2017-2018. The physical location is 900 Natural Resources Dr., Ste 400, Charlottesville, VA 22903. Library. The author is unknown. The image is dated unknown.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Glaciers, Image, lantern slide
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Historic image LS_0681 is part of the 'UVA lantern slides' collection; the topic area is 'Glaciers'. Location is AK (imprecise). The image has the following description: 'Gen. Collection #1804. USGS. Rendu Glacier, Alaska. (Wright 376) .' The image was scanned from a lantern slide as part of the USGS NGGDPP deliverable for 2017-2018. The physical location is 900 Natural Resources Dr., Ste 400, Charlottesville, VA 22903. Library. The author is unknown. The image is dated unknown.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Glaciers, Image, lantern slide
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Historic image LS_0689 is part of the 'UVA lantern slides' collection; the topic area is 'Glaciers'. Location is Alberta, Canada (imprecise). The image has the following description: 'Terminal moraine serving as a dam for moraine lake .' The image was scanned from a lantern slide as part of the USGS NGGDPP deliverable for 2017-2018. The physical location is 900 Natural Resources Dr., Ste 400, Charlottesville, VA 22903. Library. The author is unknown. The image is dated unknown.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Glaciers, Image, lantern slide
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Vector line dataset displaying the extent of sea ice and subsea permafrost in the northern hemisphere. This is a companion dataset to the Circum-Arctic Map of Permafrost and Ground Ice Conditions .
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The Jago, Okpilak, and Hulahula rivers in the Arctic are heavily glaciated waterways that are important for fish and wildlife as well as human activities including the provision of food, recreation, and, potentially, resource extraction on the coastal plain. If current glacial melting trends continue, most of the ice in these rivers will disappear in the next 50-100 years. Because of their importance to human and natural communities, it is critical to understand how these rivers and their surrounding environments will be affected by climate change and glacier loss. The overarching goal of this project was to research (1) the amount of river water, sediment, nutrients, and organic matter in the Jago, Okpilak, and...
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A September 3, 2000, north-looking photograph taken from near the head of Harvard Arm, College Fiord, Prince William Sound, Chugach National Forest, Alaska. The photograph shows the advancing terminus of Harvard Glacier at the head of the fiord. Baltimore Glacier, a retreating hanging glacier is at the left side of the photo. Compare with a 1909 photograph from the same location - gus00208.
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Album caption and index card: View of Nelchina Glacier and valley from 4,800 foot level on mountain slope 5 miles north of glacier on west side of valley (locality 34). Two-shot panorama. Southwest Copper River Basin, Klutina district, Copper River region, Alaska. June 21, 1952. Panorama with photo no. 517. (Notebook 1, p. 32, loc. 34) Note: J.R. Williams photograph numbers 517 (wjr00517) and 518 (wjr00518) form a panorama.
Abstract: P-band interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) data at 5 m resolution from Kahiltna Glacier, the largest glacier in the Alaska Range, Alaska, USA, show pronounced spatial variation in penetration depth, δ P. We obtained δ P by differencing X- and P-band digital elevation models. δ P varied significantly over the glacier, but it was possible to distinguish representative zones. In the accumulation area, δ P decreased with decreasing elevation from 18±3 m in the percolation zone to 10±4 m in the wet snow zone. In the central portion of the ablation area, a location free of debris and crevasses, we identified a zone of very high δ P (34±4 m) which decreased at lower elevations (23±3 m in bare ice...
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Scott Glacier and polar ice plateau, Queen Maud Mountains, Antarctica. 1960. Published in the U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 591, “A descriptive catalog of selected aerial photographs of geologic features in areas outside the United States” Most of the Antarctic sets are single oblique photographs taken as part of the U.S. Antarctic Research Program sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
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Album caption: GNP, Flathead Co, Mont. Index card: Hikers on Comeau Pass by Sperry Glacier. Glacier National Park. Flathead County, Montana. August 23, 1981.
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Columbia Glacier, from near north shore of Glacier Island, looking north. Prince William Sound, Alaska. Sun (32-1-5 seconds). 8:30 a.m., June 25, 1909.
Categories: Image; Tags: Alaska Images, Glaciers, photo print
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Album Caption; Eagle River Glacier. Anchorage district, Cook Inlet region, Alaska. Panorama with csr00729 and csr00730.
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Album Caption: View up Eagle River Glacier. Anchorage district, Cook Inlet region, Alaska.
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Alaska Glaciers. Over outwash plain toward Hidden Glacier, which is northeast of Yakutat in the St. Elias Mountains. June 1956. Malaspina Reconnaissance project.
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Glacier National Park, Montana. From the summit of Trapper Peak: Logging Mountain in the center (photo pem00053), Vulture Peak and Glacier (photo pem00054) to The Guardhouse on the right (photo pem00055). 1913. Photos pem00053, pem00054, pem00055 form a panorama.
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Album caption: Close-up view showing details of terminus of Mendenhall Glacier. Juneau district. Southeastern Alaska region, Alaska, ca. 1956. Handwritten notes on album caption: None
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Alaska Glaciers. East toward the Coast Mountains and Baird Glacier, from Cascade Creek. Baird Glacier is north of Thomas Bay. Circa 1923.


map background search result map search result map The Impacts of Glacier Change on the Jago, Okpilak, and Hulahula Rivers in the Arctic East toward the Coast Mountains and Baird Glacier, from Cascade Creek. Alaska. circa 1923. Glacier National Park, Montana. Hikers on Comeau Pass by Sperry Glacier. 1981. Terminus of Kautz Glacier, from Mildred Point, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington.1962. Terminus of Nisqually Glacier,  Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1978. From the summit of Trapper Peak. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1913. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska. "Dead ice" east of nunatak, east side of Muir Glacier.  1936. View of Nelchina Glacier and valley. Southwest Copper River Basin, Klutina district, Copper River region, Alaska. 1952. Subsea permafrost and sea ice extent in the northern hemisphere Geologic image from the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. UVA lantern slides Collection, LS_0681, AK Geologic image from the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. UVA lantern slides Collection, LS_0689, Alberta, Canada Geologic image from the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. UVA lantern slides Collection, LS_0695, ME Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska. "Dead ice" east of nunatak, east side of Muir Glacier.  1936. Terminus of Kautz Glacier, from Mildred Point, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington.1962. Terminus of Nisqually Glacier,  Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1978. Glacier National Park, Montana. Hikers on Comeau Pass by Sperry Glacier. 1981. From the summit of Trapper Peak. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1913. The Impacts of Glacier Change on the Jago, Okpilak, and Hulahula Rivers in the Arctic East toward the Coast Mountains and Baird Glacier, from Cascade Creek. Alaska. circa 1923. View of Nelchina Glacier and valley. Southwest Copper River Basin, Klutina district, Copper River region, Alaska. 1952. Subsea permafrost and sea ice extent in the northern hemisphere