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10 June 2021

Jacobsen Glacier, BC Separation Nearly Complete

Jacobsen Glacier in Landsat images from 1987 and 2019. Red arrow 1987 terminus location, yellow arrow 2019 terminus location and pink dots the snowline. Point A indciates ice marginal lake in 1987, Point C is the glacier junction, Point B an emerging rock rib and Point D a nunatak. Jacobsen Glacier is part of the Monarch Icefield of the Coastal Range of British Columbia. VanLooy and Forster (2008) noted that …

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16 October 2020

Whiting River Headwater Glacier, British Columbia Separates into Four

Whiting River headwaters glaciers in 1984 and 2020 Landsat images.  The red arrows indicate 1984 terminus positions, yellow arrow the 2020 terminus locations, pink arrows locations of glacier detachment and purple dots the snowline. In Northwest British Columbia on the northeast side of the Stikine Icefield the Whiting Rver drains a series of glaciers, many unnamed.  Here we are focusing on a pair of glaciers just west of Whiting Lake …

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