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China & the Arctic - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/3
mbennett@hku.hk
13:37
Can you speak a little closer to the microphone or make it louder? Sorry! We cannot make our speakers louder. Thanks
Xingyu XU
30:42
Hi Prof.Song, Thank you for the nice presentation. I am wondering what is the proportion of glacier-fed lakes in the Tibetan Plateau and how to distinguish glacier-fed lakes from non-glacier-fed lakes from remote sensing images?
Meng Wah 103
32:02
Fascinating talk, thanks! Are most of these roads paved or dirt roads? And are there any plans to extend this methodology/study approach to the Arctic? -Mia
Xingyu XU
32:55
Thank you!
Meng Wah 103
01:01:22
For those of you just joining, unfortunately, Jason Chan will no longer be able to present today. We will still conclude this session by 3:00 pm and begin the next session at 3:15 pm.
Lin Liu ipad
01:01:54
Dear Prof. Ke: very nice talk and many interesting findings! Could you please please elaborate more regarding how proglacial lakes contribute to thermokarst processes on glaciers? Thanks!
Meng Wah 103
01:04:39
Thanks for a great talk. I'm wondering about the composition of the global cryosphere. Are the debris-covered and lake-covered glaciers you find in Tibet common in the Arctic, too? Or are they more unique to the Third Pole? -Mia
Lin Liu ipad
01:04:52
Thanks!