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As Scott Gende, senior scientific advisor of Glacier Bay, explains: “The scientific research conducted here is of the utmost importance. The zone was declared an American national monument in 1925 due to the unique possibility it affords of studying the s

As Scott Gende, senior scientific advisor of Glacier Bay, explains: “The scientific research conducted here is of the utmost importance. The zone was declared an American national monument in 1925 due to the unique possibility it affords of studying the succession of glacial periods. That is why the project leaders at Glacier Bay encourage both general research such as glaciology and the evolution of the landscape, as well as more applied studies focused on the consequences of incursions.”

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