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More than 2600 km² of Norway is covered by glaciers. About 60 % of the glacier area is in south Norway.
Glaciological investigations in Norway in 2010The series 'Glaciological Investigations in Norway' has been published since 1963, and has been in English since the 2001 volume. In this report results from measurements of mass balance, length change, glacier velocity, micro-meteorology and other investigations undertaken in 2010 are described. A list of the reports since 1963 and information on ordering is available here.
The Norwegian glaciers are still retreatingRead more about length change observations in 2010.
60 years of mass balance measurements at Storbreen in JotunheimenThe mass balance measurements started in 1949, as the second mass balance glacier in the world after Storglaciaren in Sweden, where measurements started in 1946. Since the measurements started, the glacier volume has decreased by 20 %.
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