Glaciers and Avalanches: Himalaya

Glaciers are rivers of ice in continuous motion, that are formed by compaction and re-crystallisation of snows over hundred or thousand of years. The flow movement, irrespective of whether it is a few centimetres or tens of metres a day, differentiates a glacier from a dead ice body. Global glacier cover, at present, is reported … Continue reading Glaciers and Avalanches: Himalaya