Svalbard has a glaciated area of c. 35 000 km2 and plays a significant role, not just because of its contribution to sea level rise, but also as a field laboratory for Arctic and North Atlantic glaciology in general due to its relative accessibility.
|Titel||Interim report of dynamic changes of land ice in the Arctic and North-Atlantic region|
|Undertitel||Stability and variations of Arctic land ice|
|Redaktører||Andreas P. Ahlstrøm|
|Forlag||Nordic Centre of Excellence Stability and Variations of Arctic(SVALI)|
|Status||Udgivet - 2014|
- Programområde 5: Natur og klima