The Mass Balance of the Karakoram Glaciers

The Mass Balance of the Karakoram Glaciers
October 3, 2012

Craig Idso

Dr. Craig D. Idso is the coauthor, with Dr. Robert M. Carter and Dr. S. Fred Singer, of Climate... (read full bio)

Measurements “confirm an anomalous mass balance in the Karakoram region and indicate that the contribution of Karakoram glaciers to sea-level rise was -0.01 mm/year for the period from 1999 to 2008”... Read More

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Craig Idso

Dr. Craig D. Idso is the coauthor, with Dr. Robert M. Carter and Dr. S. Fred Singer, of Climate... (read full bio)