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Geografiska Annaler

Geografiska Annaler is a scientific journal published by the Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography. The journal is founded in 1919. Since 1965 the journal is published in two series A and B. Series A deals with arctic research, physical geography, glaciology and quaternary science in general. Series B covers the topics of human geography and economic geography, with a special, but not exclusive, focus on the Nordic and Baltic countries.

Geografiska Annaler  
DisciplineSeries A: Physical geography, glaciology, quaternary science
Series B: Human geography, economic geography
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
Publisher
Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography (Sweden)
FrequencyQuarterly (Series A)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Geogr. Ann.
Indexing
ISSN1651-3215
JSTOR16513215
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Notable ArticlesEdit

In 2015, Arnaud J.A.M. Temme wrote a geographical paper[1] discussing the effects of climate change on mountaineering and the structural integrity of mountains. In his article, he explained how the melting of ice draws water into the crevices of rocks. During the freeze period, ice is capable of splitting rocks while still keeping them in place and encased. During the thawing period, which increases every year, these split rocks can become loose from their mountainous structure and fall. Overall, the melting ice creates an unstable surface for climbers[2] and degrades the structural stability of mountains.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Temme, Arnaud J. A. M. (2015). "Using Climber's Guidebooks to Assess Rock Fall Patterns Over Large Spatial and Decadal Temporal Scales: An Example from the Swiss Alps". Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography. 97 (4): 793–807. doi:10.1111/geoa.12116. ISSN 1468-0459.
  2. ^ Leger, C. J. (2017-03-23). "Could Climate Change Make Climbing More Dangerous?". Base Camp Magazine. Retrieved 2019-10-06.