Brunner, K; Rentsch, H (2014): Maps of Waxeggkees glacier 1950-2000. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.829774, Supplement to: Brunner, K; Rentsch, H (2002): Das Verhalten des Waxeggkees in den Zillertaler Alpen von 1950 bis 2000. Zeitschrift für Gletscherkunde und Glazialgeologie, 38(1), 63-69, hdl:10013/epic.43084.d001
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Photogrammetric surveys have been made and maps drawn of a number of glaciers in the eastern Alps, among them the Waxeggkees in the Zillertal Alps of Tyrol, at approximately ten-year intervals since 1950. Terrestrial photogrammetry was used for the pictures taken in 1950, 1960, 1980, 1989 and 2000, while aerial photogrammetry was employed for the 1969 photo. These maps were subsequently used to calculate the changes in area, elevation and volume for elevational zones of 50 m. The numeric values are given in two tables. The illustration of surface changes in Waxeggkees is continued cartographically on 5 map sheets at the scale of 1 : 15.000 and a vertical interval of the contour lines of 50 m. Changes in glacier area are marked in light red to indicate a decrease in area, and in light blue for an increase. Changes in elevation can only be indicated indirectly, namely in the form of vertical interval bands, referring to the surface areas that arise due to the relocation of the contour lines, resulting from an elevational change. Decrease in elevation is indicated in red, increase in blue, on 100 m contour lines.
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