File:Athabasca Glacier.jpg

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Surface melt travelling down Athabasca Glacier

The Athabasca Glacier on the Columbia Icefield, Jasper National Park is the most visited glacier in North America [1]. This glacier has retreated ~1500 meters since the late 19th century. [2]

Taken by Wikipedia editor Ben W Bell, July 2004, and released by him under the GFDL.


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