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“…Annual precipitation increased after 2000 (+0.36 m a −1 decade −1 in 2000-2019, p 0.09) in contrast to a slightly negative trend in the previous period (−0.15 m a −1 decade −1 in 1979-2000, p 0.39) (Figure 7B). Snow accumulation in the relatively large accumulation area has been pointed out as a key process driving the extraordinary behavior of Glaciar Pío XI (Rivera et al, 1997b;Rivera and Casassa, 1999;Rivera, 2018). The gradual increase in precipitation after 2000, which is consistent with previous studies (Schaefer et al, 2015;Bravo (McFeeters, 1996).…”
Section: Sediment Deposition At the Ice-front Of The Southern Terminussupporting
confidence: 88%
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“…Annual precipitation increased after 2000 (+0.36 m a −1 decade −1 in 2000-2019, p 0.09) in contrast to a slightly negative trend in the previous period (−0.15 m a −1 decade −1 in 1979-2000, p 0.39) (Figure 7B). Snow accumulation in the relatively large accumulation area has been pointed out as a key process driving the extraordinary behavior of Glaciar Pío XI (Rivera et al, 1997b;Rivera and Casassa, 1999;Rivera, 2018). The gradual increase in precipitation after 2000, which is consistent with previous studies (Schaefer et al, 2015;Bravo (McFeeters, 1996).…”
Section: Sediment Deposition At the Ice-front Of The Southern Terminussupporting
confidence: 88%
“…After short periods of retreat in 1998-2000 and 1998-2005, the southern and northern termini began to advance in 2000 and 2006, respectively (Sakakibara and Sugiyama, 2014;Wilson et al, 2016;Rivera, 2018). Wilson et al (2016) performed detailed investigation on the flow speed variations of Glaciar Pío XI together with analyses of the ice-front position and changes in ice thickness.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is interesting to note, however, that there are few exceptions to this century-long trend of ice mass loss in the Wet Andes. The most remarkable case is probably Pío XI glacier (the largest outlet of the SPI), which has shown a net advance of 11 km since 1945 (Wilson et al, 2016;Rivera, 2018;Figure 9). In this period this glacier formed a prominent moraine overridding 400 yr-old trees located in the glacier forefield.…”
Section: Recent Glacier Changes and Ice Dynamics In The Wet Andesmentioning
confidence: 99%