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The following are references and further reading for the glaciers in the Adopt a Glacier program.

Casassa, G., L. E. Espizua, Bernard Francou, Pierre Ribstein, A. Ames, and J. Alean. 1998. Glaciers in South America. Studies and reports in hydrology 56: 125-146.

Creffier, M. 2007. Swiss Glaciers Melting Rapidly. Inter Press Service (IPS). (accessed 2/21/13).

Herren, E. R., M. Hoelzle, and M. Maisch (editors). 2001. The Swiss Glaciers 1997/98 and 1998/99: Glaciological Report No. 119/120. Glaciological Commission of the Swiss Academy of Science: Zurich.

Holland, E. 2007. Peruvian Glacier May Vanish In Five Years. Ohio State University Research News. (accessed 11/14/13).

Lawson, A. and P. Byerly. 1951. Harry Fielding Reid 1859 -1944: A Biographical Memoir. National Academy of Sciences: Washington, D.C.

MSNBC Staff. 2006. Swiss glaciers continue shrinking, report finds. (accessed 3/4/13).

Salzmann, N., et al. 2012. Glacier changes and climate trends derived from multiple sources in the data scarce Cordillera Vilcanota region, Southern Peruvian Andes. The Cryosphere Discussion 6: 387-426. doi:10.5194/tcd-6-387-2012.

Swiss Glacier Monitoring Network. 2011. Welcome to the Swiss Glacier Monitoring Network. (accessed 2/21/13).

Thompson, L. G. 2010. Understanding Global Climate Change:Paleoclimate Perspective from the World's Highest Mountains. Proc. Amer. Phys. Soc. 154(2): 133-157.

Thompson, L. G., et al. 2006. Abrupt Tropical Climate Change: Past and Present. PNAS 103(28): 10536-43.