File:Boulder Glacier.jpg

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This picture shows Boulder Glacier on Mount Baker in the North Cascades of Washington State in August 2003. Visible in the photo is a terminal morraine (outlined in red) that marks the maximum extent of the glacier circa 1985 following its advance throughout the 1970s. Between 1987 and 2005 this glacier has retreated 450 meters due to a period of lower snowfall and higher summer temperatures [1].

Photograph and outline by Mauri S. Pelto, Director of the North Cascade Glacier Climate Project, and released by him with no conditions on use.

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