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Liligo Glacier, Karakoram, Pakistan: a reconstruction of the recent history of a surge-type glacier

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Abstract:

Liligo Glacier is a small glacier located in a transverse valley, which flows on the south side of Baltoro Glacier, Karakoram, Pakistan. Terminus variations of Liligo Glacier since 1892 were reconstructed using various methods and sources (historical documents, cartography, photographs, satellite images and field surveys). The glacier is characterized by two phases of strong advance (beginning and end of the 20th century), separated by at least half a century of retreat. The advance rates, together with some ice-surface features such as the heavily crevassed surface and terminus morphology, are considered to be indicative of a surge-type glacier.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3189/172756403781816103

Publication date: 2003-01-01

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