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After first being photographed in 1883, this Rabots glaciär is relatively well studied. It lies within walking distance to Tarfala Reserach Station, founded in 1945, and is part of the Swedish glacier monitoring programme. It is unusual both in its current rate of melt, and in its early 1900s size, suggesting a more volatile behaviour compared to its neighbours. Here, some of these aspects are described.
These results are part of a paper, aimed to be published in 2019.
The 2018 model was made from 67 oblique helicopter images, taken about 600 m above the ground, and processed in Agisoft PhotoScan. The 1910 model was made from 10 terrestrial photographs in PhotoScan, taken by Fredrik Enquist, using manual triangulation of rocks on the glacier.