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Published 1951 | Published
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Melting versus Evaporation in the Sierra Nevada, California


A project undertaken from the Base Camp of the Sierra Club, high on the east slope of the Sierra Nevada, in California, will have interest for glaciologists. This work is summarized in a report describing studies of run-off from a small isolated snow bank at 12,200 ft. (3718 m.) elevation on Middle Bishop Creek (lat. 37° 10′ N., long. 118° 38′ W.), authored by Gene Serr II, Gene Serr III, and Oliver Kehrlein, members of the Sierra Club. The work was assisted by other members of that organization.

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© 1951 International Glaciological Society. 19 January 1951.

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