In recent years, the growing interest in the response of glaciers to climate change seems to have resulted in an ever-increasing number of undergraduate and postgraduate students who wish to study the subject. The aesthetic appeal and often remote location of glaciated environments further attracts many of these students to undertake fieldwork. This book aims to provide such students, and less-experienced researchers, with a practical guide to a range of techniques in glaciology and glacial geomorphology. Given that most books and academic papers rarely dwell on the intricacies of field methods, it is a genuinely innovative contribution to the literature...

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