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Some glaciers of the Stauning Alper, Northeast Greenland

G. J. Pert

Some glaciers of the Stauning Alper, Northeast Greenland

by G. J. Pert

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Published by C. A. Reitzel in København .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greenland,
  • Staunings Alper.
    • Subjects:
    • Glaciers -- Greenland -- Staunings Alper.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 32-33.

      Statementby G. J. Pert.
      SeriesMeddelelser om Grønland, bd. 188, nr. 5, Meddelelser om Grønland ;, bd. 188, nr. 5.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ115 .D39 bd. 188, nr. 5, GB2596.G7 .D39 bd. 188, nr. 5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination50 p.
      Number of Pages50
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5231177M
      ISBN 108742100402
      LC Control Number75301245
      OCLC/WorldCa587275

      currence in Stauning Alper, central East Greenland (Citte-rio et al. ), followed in and by three more stations on the ice sheet in the Kangerlussuaq region (KAN, Fig. 1). Th ese stations are part of the Greenland Analogue Project (GAP; van As et al. ) for SKB, the Swedish Nu-clear Fuel and Waste Management Company (Stockholm. Pure Landscapes by Christoph Ruhsam presents fine art photography of exciting, wild, remote, desolate and enchanting landscapes as homage to the beauty of pristine landscapes focusing on the Arctic and its fragile ecosystems.

      ARTICLE IN PRESS Quaternary Science Reviews 24 () – The role of seasonality in abrupt climate change George H. Dentona, Richard B. Alley.   Hubbard Glacier, Alaska. Hubbard Glacier, a tidewater glacier (meaning it calves off icebergs) in Disenchantment Bay at the southeast corner of Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias National Park in the United States, is one of the largest of its type in the increase in precipitation over the past century has accelerated the advance of this massive, mile long glacier further out into the bay.

      Photo Essay: Beauty of Greenland: Volume 69 (Travel Photo Essays) eBook: Photography, Travel: : Kindle Store. From a seat aboard a P-3B plane, researchers soar close above Greenland's glaciers and fjords as they study the ice, part of an ongoing effort to monitor the changing extent of glaciers, sea ice.


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Some glaciers of the Stauning Alper, Northeast Greenland by G. J. Pert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Some glaciers of the Stauning Alper, Northeast Greenland. [G J Pert]. The Stauning Alps (Danish: Stauning Alper) are a large system of mountain ranges in Scoresby Land, King Christian X Land, northeastern stratively the Stauning Alps are part of the Northeast Greenland National Park zone.

This mountainous area was named after Danish politician Thorvald Stauning (–) who had helped to finance expeditions to east Greenland planned Peak: Dansketinden. Some glaciers of the Stauning Alper, Northeast Greenland, (Meddelelser om Grønland, bd.nr. 5) [G. J Pert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

PDF | On Aug 1,Brenda L. Hall and others published The most extensive Holocene advance in the Stauning Alper, East Greenland, occurred in the Little Ice Age | Find, Northeast Greenland book and cite all the.

All of the glaciers in this area have retreated and some have disappeared completely. Aug. 16, & J Natural History Museum of Denmark/University of Copenhagen Karale Glacier.

Similarly, mountain glaciers in the Stauning Alper reached their maximum Holocene extents during late Holocene time (Kelly et al., ; Hall et al., a).

The climate conditions during late. Pert, GJ () Some glaciers of the Stauning Alper, Northeast Greenland. In Meddelelser om Grønland. Kommissionen for Videnskabelige Undersøgelser i Grønland, Denmark. Situated north of the Scoresbysund between Stauning Alper and Jameson Land, only few people will ever get to see the Werner Bjerge.

This relatively small mountain area has a geological history which doesn’t fit into any of the other chapters described so far. the present project in North-East Greenland (sheet no.

11). The field work for the latter sheet is planned for two seasons, with the first season completed in and the second and final season to follow in The map sheet (no. 11) covers the region between Kong Oscar Fjord and the Stauning Alper. In Schuchert Dal, a valley glacier fed from the Stauning Alper and possibly from Jameson Land, C.

Baroni, G. DentonThe most extensive Holocene advance in the Stauning Alper, East Greenland, occurred in the Little Ice Age. Polar Research, 27 (), pp. Northeast Greenland. Meddelelser om Grønland, (), pp. Google. 1. Introduction. It has been suggested that abrupt cooling events observed in Greenland ice cores are linked to strong seasonality dominated by very cold winter temperatures (Denton et al., ).The prime evidence for this hypothesis is that ice cores in central Greenland register much greater Younger Dryas climate shifts than those shown by coeval snowline changes on alpine glaciers in the.

The GISP2 ice core from Summit in central Greenland registers repeated abrupt changes in oxygen-isotope ratios during the last glaciation and into the early Holocene (Stuiver and Grootes, ).These isotope jumps reveal temperature (Severinghaus et al., ; Stuiver and Grootes, ).They occurred in years to decades.

The rapid warmings amounted to as much as two thirds of. acclimatization Advance Base alpine-style altitude American Alpine Club Annapurna August Austrian avalanche bad weather belay bivouac Cerro Cerro Torre Cheney Cho Oyu climbers Club Alpino Cordillera couloir crack crevasses descended difficult east face East Greenland east ridge Elizabeth Hawley established Base Camp Everest expedition to East.

Grundvigskirken – a needle-like mountain peak of hard, Caledonian cristalline rocks (granite, gneiss) in the Øfjord, shaped by ice-age glaciers B) The Scoresbysund-area in East Greenland The Scoresbysund area has a long and varied Earth history, which spans almost 3 billion years.

Glaciers and ice caps (GICs) of most regions in the world are currently undergoing strong changes. Retreat and mass loss are also observed on the GICs of Greenland (e.g. Knudsen and HasholtBolch et al ).The recently published glacier inventory of Greenland (Rastner et al ) revealed that the surface area of GICs amounts to ~90 km 2 (~12% of the total GICs on earth.

A colored geological map of the East Greenland Caledonian orogen accompanies this volume (Plate 1 [on loose insert, on CD-ROM acompanying this volume, or in the GSA Data Repository1]).The map covers the region between 70°N and 82°N at a scale of( million) and is based on five geological maps at a scale ofpublished between and   Something from the distant past.

I was going through the official Greenland place-name gazetteer, looking for some photos, when I came across this: "Oxford Gletscher 71Ø (71° ́N 25° ́W; Map 5).Glacier in the south Stauning Alper. German expedition to East Greenland, Stauning Alper (Schwäbische Grönland Kundfahrt).

Members: Winfried Baumgärtner (leader), Ulrich Bayer, Dieter Brodmann, Rudi Laich, Dietrich Schlotz, Wilhelm Schlotz, Wolfgang Vögele. 17 ascents (16 first ascents) in the area of Borgbjerg Glacier of the southern Stauning Alper. Transtension may have played a role in the late extension in the Fjord region, the strike-slip deformation in North-East Greenland, and exhumation of ultrahigh-pressure rocks in the North-East Greenland eclogite province after Ma (Gilotti et al., ; Sartini-Rideout et al., ; McClelland et al., ), but this remains to be demonstrated.

Stauning Alper. We traveled from Mestersvig along Kong Oscar Fjord and Alpejord by rubber boat past the common front of the Gully and Sefström Glaciers to enter the Dammen, where we placed Base Camp.

High Camp was at feet up the Sefström Glacier. Photo Essay: Beauty of Greenland: Volume 69 (Travel Photo Essays) eBook: Photography, Travel: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Travel Photography.This is a list of glaciers in Greenland.

Details on the size and flow of some of the major Greenlandic glaciers are listed by Eric Rignot and Pannir Kanagaratnam () List of Glaciers Ice sheets and caps. Greenland Ice Sheet; Christian Erichsen Ice Cap; Flade Isblink Gungner Ice Cap.The Stauning Alps (Danish: Stauning Alper) are a large system of mountain ranges in Scoresby Land, King Christian X Land, northeastern Greenland.

Administratively the Stauning Alps are part of the Northeast Greenland National Park zone.