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4 May 2018

Tulsequah Glacier, British Columbia 2900 m retreat 1984-2017

Tulsequah Glacier in 1984 and 2017 Landsat images.  The 1984 terminus location is noted with red arrows for the main and northern distributary tongue, southern distributary red arrow indicates lake margin.  The yellow arrows indicate the 2017 glacier terminus locations. The retreat of 2900 m since 1984 led to a lake of the same size forming. Purple dots indicate the snowline. Tulsequah Glacier, British Columbia is a remote glacier draining …

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