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A rapid glacier surge on Mount Tobe Feng, western China, 2015

  • MINGYANG LV (a1) (a2), XIANCAI LU (a1), HUADONG GUO (a2), GUANG LIU (a2), YIXING DING (a2), ZHIXING RUAN (a2), YUANZHEN REN (a2) and SHIYONG YAN (a3)...
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E-mail: Liu Guang <liuguang@radi.ac.cn>

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