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Time-lapse sequence of the terminus of Columbia Glacier, Prince William Sound, Alaska.

Time-lapse sequence of the calving terminus of Columbia Glacier, Prince William Sound, Alaska. Sequence covers the period 15 May -16 August 2007, and shows the interaction between down-slope flow and iceberg calving at the ocean-ending glacier ice cliff.

Credit: Copyright 2008 by James Balog/Extreme Ice Survey
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Lower Left: Columbia Glacier, Alaska, May 15, 2007 to August 16,2007
Lower Right: www.ExtremeIceSurvey.org, @ 2008 James Balog, EIS logo

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