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In this clip from the field in Norway, geography researcher Dr Richard Waller shows us a moraine limit with markings that suggest it was deposited in 1933. The current snout of the glacier is already out-of-sight.
For information on recent changes in glacier extent and mass balance across the globe, check out the WGWS Fluctuations of Glacier Browser.
Shared by: Richard Waller, @wallersaur
Location: Fabergstolsbreen, Norway