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October 8, 2015

Yoho Glacier, British Columbia Accumulation Zone Woes

Yoho Glacier in 2005 no accumulation zone in sight. Yoho Glacier is the largest southern outflow draining the south from the Wapta Icefield in the Kootenay region of British Columbia. It flows 6.5 km from the 3125 m to a terminus at 2200 m. The glacier terminus reach is thin, gently sloping ¬†and uncrevassed poised for continued retreat. An exploration of Mount Balfour in 1898 a party led by Professor …

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