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Malaspina Glacier

Malaspina Glacier

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Caption

Malaspina Glacier. Composite satellite image of Malaspina Glacier, Alaska with an artificial sky. Malaspina is a compound glacier, formed by the merger of several valley glaciers, including Agassiz Glacier (left) and Seward Glacier (right). On leaving the mountain range, the glaciers have spread out, forming wide lobes. This image was produced by combining topographic data from the Shuttle Radar Topographic Mission (SRTM, Space Shuttle Endeavour, February 2000) with a colour- enhanced Landsat satellite image (June 2000).

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