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South Cascade Glacier bibliography

Andrew G. Fountain

South Cascade Glacier bibliography

by Andrew G. Fountain

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in Tacoma, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glaciers -- Washington (State) -- Bibliography,
  • South Cascade Glacier (Wash.) -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Andrew G. Fountain and Michele A. Fulk
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 84-441, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-441
    ContributionsFulk, Michele A, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13609683M

    Results are given for (a) an artificial glacier showing varying amounts of diffusion of the kinematic waves, (b) South Cascade Glacier, Washington, U.S.A., as a check on previous results, and (c) Storglaciären, Kebrekaise, Sweden. The response curves of Storglaciären are very similar in shape In those of South Cascade Glacier but, since.   Ice storage changes for the South Cascade Glacier drainage basin were determined for the period using basin runoff and precipitation measurements. Measurements indicate that evaporation and condensation are negligible compared with the large runoff and precipitation values. Runoff, measured by a stream discharge station, averaged m/yr; precipitation, determined by Cited by: 6.

    Cascade glacier (USGS, ). South Cascade Glacier is located at approximately ̊ N, ̊ W (Rasmussen and Conway, ). South Cascade Glacier South Cascade Glacier is a north-northwest facing valley glacier located along the crest of theCited by: 1. glaciers is needed. South Cascade Glacier, located just outside NOCA, has been monitored by the U.S.G.S.-Water Resources Division for over 30 years. It is not known, however, how representative South Cascade Glacier is of NOCA glaciers in general because of the influence of non-climatic factors such as geographic position, aspect and Size: 3MB.

    of Maclure Glacier, California, South Cascade Glacier, Washington, and Wolverine and Gulkana Glaciers, Alaska, hydrologic year. (Ice and water balances at selected glaciers in the United States) (Geological Survey Professional Paper 71 5-B) Bibliography: p. Supt. of Docs. no.: IB 1. Glaciers-The West. 2. Glaciers-Alaska. 3. Glaciers exist in both the United States and Canada. Most U.S. glaciers are in Alaska; others can be found in Washington, Oregon, California, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and Nevada (Wheeler Peak Glacier in Great Basin National Park).Reputedly, Utah’s Timpanogos Glacier is now a rock glacier (in which the ice is hidden by rocks), and Idaho’s Otto Glacier has melted


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South Cascade Glacier bibliography by Andrew G. Fountain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Water, Ice, and Meteorological Measurements at South Cascade Glacier, Washington, Balance Years and U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report. Abstract. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

South Cascade Glacier (lat 48°22' N., long °03' W., fig. 3) is located in the North Cascades of Washington. This valley glacier occupies roughly one-half of a km 2 basin. The mean ELA is 1, m. Water from the basin flows into the Cascade River then the Skagit River.

South Cascade Glacier bibliography [microform] / by Andrew G. Fountain and Michele A. Fulk U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey Tacoma, Wash Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

South Cascade Glacier Bibliography by Andrew G. Fountain and Michele A. Fulk South Cascade Glacier, in Washington State, has been the focus of many scientific studies. The glacier resides in a well-defined basin with mainly unglacierized divides making it ideal for Author: Andrew G.

Fountain, Michele A. Fulk. South Cascade Glacier located in a north-northwest facing valley near the crest of the Cascade Range in northwest Washington state. Dominated by a maritime climate, the glacier receives heavy annual precipitation, exceeding m in places (PRISM Climate Group, ) and is heavily influenced by climate conditions in the Pacific Ocean (Walters and Meier, ).

Combined Ice and Water Balances South Cascade Glacier bibliography book Gulkana and Wolverine Glaciers, Alaska, and South Cascade Glacier, Washington, and Hydrologic Years. Bibliography of Glacier Studies by the U.S. Geological Survey V.S. Open-F-lle Report ] P^ftf^ Bibliography of Glacier Studies by the South Cascade Glacier, Washington, in Subitzky, Seymour, ed., Selected papers in the hydrologic sciences, U.S.

Geological Survey Water-Supply PaperAuthor: E.F. Snyder. South Cascade Glacier, because of its large glacier-to-basin ratio (53 percent in ), its well-defined basin, and simple geometry, was selected as an ideal location for research on glacier dynamics, mountain climatology and hydrochemistry, detailed hydrological and water-balance studies, and a long-term glacier-climate monitoring program.

Bibliography. Found 22 results. Corsetti FA, Kaufman AJ. The Recent history of advance-retreat and net budget of South Cascade Glacier.

Transactions American Geophysical Union. Meier MF, Johnson JN. The kinematic wave on Nisqually glacier, Washington. Bidlake W. et al., Meteorological Measurements at South Cascade Glacier - USGS Report Bidlake W.

et al., Meteorological Measurements at South Cascade Glacier - USGS Report Bidlake W. et al., Meteorological Measurements at South Cascade Glacier - USGS Report Biles F.

Glaciers of Mt. Shasta (Pamphlet). The balance of Maclure Glacier, hydrologic year 3. Oblique aerial photograph of South Cascade Glacier and drainage basin, North Cascade Range, Washington 4.

The balance of South Cascade Glacier, hydrologic year 5. Photograph of precipitation and air temperature gage at Wolverine Glacier, Kenai Mountains, Alaska 6. The balance of. Since the late s, the USGS has maintained a long-term glacier mass-balance program at three North American glaciers.

Measurements began on South Cascade Glacier, WA inexpanding to Gulkana and Wolverine glaciers, AK inand later Sperry Glacier, MT in South Cascade Glacier has the second longest mass balance record in the world.

The glacier is the focus of glacier research in the area since the USGS monitoring program began in To look at the history of USGS measurements on South Cascade, click HERE.

South Cascade Glacier is a large alpine glacier in the North Cascades of Washington, USA. It is bordered on the east by 8,foot (2, m) Sentinel Peak, and is about 17 mi (27 km) north of Glacier Peak in the Glacier Peak ter from the glacier flows directly into South Cascade Lake, which feeds the South Fork Cascade River, which is a tributary of the Skagit on: North Cascades, Skagit County, Washington.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences,3(6):data front South Cascade Glacier demonstrate that the rate of change of thickness is the vectorial combination of emergence velocity, specific net budget rate, and (in the accumulation area only) a compaction velocity; (2) limitations on the use of photogrammetric data to detect and Cited by: 7.

The annual accumulation, a, was m on the glacier or m averaged over the drainage basin. TABLE 4.—Snow, ice, and water balances, South Cascade Glacier, hydrologic and balance years [Parameter values and errors in meters except where indicated, Date: Hydrologic year, Oct.

1, (t 0), to Sept. 30, (t 1)]. Year Published: Glacier mass-balance fluctuations in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, USA. The more than 40 year record of net and seasonal mass-balance records from measurements made by the United States Geological Survey on South Cascade Glacier, Washington, and Wolverine and Gulkana Glaciers, Alaska, shows annual and interannual fluctuations that reflect changes in the controlling.

Measurements began on South Cascade Glacier, WA inexpanding to Gulkana and Wolverine glaciers, AK inand later Sperry Glacier, MT in Additional measurements have been made on Lemon Creek Glacier, AK to complement data collected by the Juneau Icefield Research Program (JIRP; Pelto and others, ).

This study documents historic BC and dust deposition as well as their effect on albedo on South Cascade Glacier (SCG) in Washington State (USA) through the analysis of a m ( m w.e.) ice core extracted in and spanning the period ‐Author: S.D.

Kaspari, D. Pittenger, T.M. Jenk, U. Morgenstern, M. Schwikowski, M. Schwikowski, N. Buenning. Instrumentation at South Cascade Glacier during the hydrologic year.

Instrument locations together with selected snowline positions are shown on plate 3A. The distribution of snow cover over the basin and the late-winter snow balance, m (s), were measured on (pl. 3B), just 15 days before the time of maximum balance.Field examination of this glacier inand by the North Cascade Glacier Climate Project, along with comparison of aerial photographs from Austin Post of the USGS from ,andwere used to map the more recent changes in both glacier .Mount Rainier, Washington, at 14, feet (4, meters), the highest peak in the Cascade Range, is a dormant volcano whose glacier ice cover exceeds that of any other mountain in the conterminous United States.

Mount Rainier has approximately 26 glaciers. It contains more than five times the glacier area of all the other Cascade volcanoes combined.