3 edition of The storage and release of water from a large glacier-dammed lake found in the catalog.
The storage and release of water from a large glacier-dammed lake
Includes bibliographical references (p. 7).
|Statement||by Harold R. Seitz, Donald S. Thomas, and Bud Tomlinson ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 86-545., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 86-545.|
|Contributions||Thomas, Donald S., Tomlinson, Bud., United States. Forest Service., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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During the outburst flood of a glacier-dammed lake on Gornergletscher, Switzerland, in Julythe drained lake water triggered anomalous glacier motion. Glacial-lake floods occur when the dams forming the glacial lakes fail and release the water producing a surge of water downstream (ICIMOD, ).
For this reason, they have similar effects as the dam-break floods discussed in Section The dams may form either due to the blockage of ice at the outflow of the glacier, similar to ice jams. A jökulhlaup is an Icelandic word for a glacier outburst flood that has been adopted by the English language and is now used to describe any large and abrupt release of water from a subglacial or proglacial lake/reservoir.
It was triggered by the sudden release of about X m3 of water from moraine-dammed Klattasine Lake. The escaping waters breached the moraine, mobilized large quantities of sediment in the valley below the lake, and generated a debris flow, with an estimated volume of 2 4 X m3, that travelled in one or more surges 8 km to the mouth of Cited by: The event is known as jökulhlaup, an Icelandic term describing a sudden water release from glaciers or glacier-dammed lakes.
Snow River flooding. Seitz HR, Thomas DS, Tomlinson B () The storage and release of water from a large glacier-dammed lake: Russell Lake near Yakutat, Alaska, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 86–, p 10 Google ScholarAuthor: Gheorghe Romanescu, Cristian Constantin Stoleriu, Andrei Enea.
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Kundzewicz.  The goal of the work reported here was to study the jökulhlaup “system” at Kennicott Glacier, Alaska. We determined the volume and rate of release of water impounded in an ice‐dammed lake, the magnitude and timing of the resulting flood at the glacier terminus, and the response of an additional basin along the presumed flow by: Geologic studies which have provided information on the late Cenozoic history of the southern Rocky Mountain Trench, British Columbia include: (1) the St.
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The lake drains during outburst flood events, causing flooding along Mendenhall Lake and Mendenhall River in the most heavily populated neighborhood in Juneau.
The event is known as jökulhlaup, an Icelandic term describing a sudden water release from glaciers or glacierdammed lakes. Flooding has the potential to impact Swan Lake Fire firefighting. storage of precipitation as snow or ice.
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Rising water in the newly formed lake altered local hydrology and was a threat to nearby communities. During the two and a half months that the channel was dammed, Russell Lake rose 20 meter. In a similar scenario resulted when the glacier caused dam raised the.
Most of the release occurs within several days. Hydrologic data are used to reconstruct the times and peak discharges of floods from the glacier-dammed lakes The first jökulhlaups from Tulsequah Lake were the largest.
The history of this these jökulhlaups has been. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences An interactive open-access journal of the European Geosciences UnionCited by: bursting of glacier-dammed lakes or streams. Glacier floods in large rivers such as the Nizina, Knik, and Kenai irregularly raise those rivers as much as twenty feet and cause serious ice flow, bank erosion, and drift problems.
Such floods may occur in summer or in winter and, in the latter case, do.