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22 March 2017

Hallo Glacier Retreat, Katmai Alaska

Landsat images of Hallo Glacier in 1985 and 2015 indicating the 1985 terminus position red arrows and yellow dots indicate 2015/2016 terminus location.  Purple dots show the snowline Hallo Glacier is one of the larger glaciers in Katmai National Park draining east from Mount Steller and ending in an expanding proglacial lake east of Hallo Bay.  Hallo Bay is well known as a good location for brown bear watching (NPS).  Arendt …

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28 February 2016

Shamrock Glacier, Alaska Loses Terminus Tongue

Shamrock Glacier comparison in 1987 and 2014 Landsat images. Red arrow 1987 terminus, yellow arrow 2014 terminus, purple arrows upglacier thinning and purple dots the snowline. The terminus tongues extending into the lake has been lost. Shamrock Glacier flows north from the Neacola Mountains into Chakachamna Lake in the Lake Clark National Park of Alaska. This lake is transited by several species of salmon, mainly sockeye, heading into spawning  areas upriver. …

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