Detail View: NSIDC Glacier Photograph Collection: Tyndall Glacier, Colorado, United States

Identifier: 
nsidc_glacierPhotos_rmnp1938_tyndall193806.tif
Identifier ARK: 
https://ark.colorado.edu/ark:/47540/6t9w2929v4ct
Title: 
Tyndall Glacier, Colorado, United States
Creator: 
Unidentified photographer
Date: 
1938
Extent: 
1 photoprint
Format: 
photographs
Format: 
photographic prints
Description: 
Tyndall Glacier, Carcass of mule deer found at foot of Tyndall Glacier in 1938. Apparent victim of fall during snowstorm during late fall of 1937, melted from snow overlay at glacier front early in autumn of 1938. Lower photograph shows position of carcass with relation to terminus of glacier (looking west). Lower shows state of preservation. Rocky Mountains, South.
Description: 
Source: American Geographical Society/World Data Center-A for Glaciology.
Glacier Name: 
Tyndall Glacier (Colorado)
Glacier Latitude: 
40.3047068
Glacier Longitude: 
-105.6894503
GLIMS Glacier ID: 
G254310E40305N
Coverage Spatial: 
Tyndall Glacier (Larimer, Colorado, United States, North America) (glacier)
Subject: 
Glaciers--Colorado--Photographs
Type: 
StillImage
Language: 
English
RelationLink: 
NSIDC Glacier Photograph Collection link: https://nsidc.org/data/g00472
RelationLink: 
University of Colorado catalog record link: http://libraries.colorado.edu/record=b10245128~S3
RelationLink: 
Roger G. Barry Glaciology Collection finding aid link: https://archives.colorado.edu/repositories/2/archival_objects/140272
Citation: 
Unidentified photographer. 1938. Tyndall Glacier (Colorado): From the Glacier Photograph Collection. Boulder, Colorado USA: National Snow and Ice Data Center. Digital media.
Rights: 
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Source: 
Glacier Survey, Rocky Mountain National Park, 1938, H. R. Gregg, Park Naturalist