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grl21595-sup-0001-readme.txtplain text document10Kreadme.txt
grl21595-sup-0002-ts01.txtplain text document1KTable S1. Alpine glacierization in 1850, the 1970s, and in 2000.
grl21595-sup-0003-fs01.tifTIFF image1814KFigure S1. The fundamental elements of the presented approach.
grl21595-sup-0004-fs02.tifTIFF image2343KFigure S2. Geographical distribution of available glacier information.
grl21595-sup-0005-fs03.tifTIFF image3032KFigure S3. Mean annual/cumulative specific net balance.
grl21595-sup-0006-fs04.tifTIFF image1727KFigure S4. Area-elevation distributions.
grl21595-sup-0007-fs05.tifTIFF image844KFigure S5. Diagram to explain altitude of instantaneous glacierization.
grl21595-sup-0008-fs06.tifTIFF image336KFigure S6. Average basal shear stress along the central flowline vs altitude.
grl21595-sup-0009-ns01.gifGIF image288KAnimation S1. Modeled climatic accumulation area.
grl21595-sup-0010-txts01.txtplain text document3KText S1. Remarks regarding volume estimations.

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