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Six project participants attended the Canada field training: Prof. When the rain was over, the sky became yellow in the west and the air was cool.In the field, the elevations of current and former shorelines were recorded with an altimeter in field surveys. Depth sounding of Lake Melbern was successfully conducted, in a special inflatable boat, designed by Ivan Krylenko (Moscow State University) on the basis of previous field experience in the Caucasus glacial lakes. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), 2007. The project aims to document dramatic changes of glacier and lake extent in the St Elias Mountains of British Columbia, along the Alaska-Canada border, by comparing modern data with the record of the International Boundary Commission (IBC) maps surveyed in 1906-1912, a source of detailed mapping made one hundred years ago.

Recent glacier ice loss in British Columbia has been documented in a recent paper by Schiefer , 2008.Close to the street, which was of red dirt and lined with cheap bungalows dating from 1910, a little boy was riding a big bicycle along the sidewalk. He rode each time for about a hundred yards, dismounted, turned the bicycle around so that it adjoined a stone step and getting on again, not without toil or heat, retraced his course.At one end this was bounded by a colored girl of fourteen holding an anemic baby, and at the other by a scarred, ill-nourished kitten, squatting dismally on the curb. The little boy had accomplished an indefinite number of trips oblivious alike to the melancholy advances of the kitten at one end and to the admiring vacuousness of the colored girl at the other when he swerved dangerously to avoid a man who had turned the corner into the street and recovered his balance only after a moment of exaggerated panic.Contours and glacier boundaries are being digitized from the maps to derive the areal extent and surface elevations of Melbern and Grand Pacific glaciers in the early 20th century, and later imagery has been processed to derive comparable data for later dates to the present.These datasets are georeferenced and combined in a Geographic Information System (GIS) environment to map out the extent, volume and rates of the glacier ice loss and changes of lake area and volume.

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