American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

Studies Made During 1933, Conclusion

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  • Publication Year: 1934

CONCLUSION

From the foregoing it is clear that a systematic study of the glaciers of North America and the meteorological conditions in their vicinity has been begun. It is highly desirable that this work should continue and be extended to every important group of glaciers on the continent so that the complete records may be correlated and published every year. Members of the American Alpine Club may play an important rôle in this work by making individual observations or helping to organize groups interested in carrying it on.

W. O. Field, Jr.

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