Glacier shrinkage in the Andes and consequences for water resources—Editorial

Abstract : The state of mountain glaciers is a good climatic indicator of the global warming of the planet—one of most spectacular, and persuasive, manifestations of climate change. Numerous studies worldwide show a widespread, and well documented, retreat of mountain glaciers in non-polar regions of the world during the 20th century (IPCC, 2001).
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Anne Coudrain, Bernard Francou, Zbignew W. Kundzewicz. Glacier shrinkage in the Andes and consequences for water resources—Editorial. Hydrological Sciences Journal, Taylor & Francis, 2005. ⟨ird-01223163⟩

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