3 edition of Ice-Caves of France and Switzerland found in the catalog.
July 12, 2007
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
Ice caves have been documented in Switzerland for the last few hundred years. While perennial snow shafts are present in many high-elevation karsts, ice caves at low elevation are much less common. Detailed process studies from selected study sites showed the major role of winter air circulation on the cave ice mass balance, in particular for Cited by: 1. His book, Ice-caves of France and Switzerland was the result of his studies, and was published in After reviewing previous theories of the origin of subterranean ice, Browne came to the conclusion that the explanation was simple: provided that the chambers of the cave were below the level of the entrance, cold air would sink into the cave in the winter and be unable to escape; water in the cave .
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Ice-Caves of France and Switzerland is a book or art. The existence of natural ice caves at depths varying from 50 to feet below the surface of the earth, unconnected with glaciers or snow mountains, and in latitudes and at altitudes where ice could not under ordinary circumstances be.
other ice-caves: the cave of scelicze, in hungary: the cave of yeermalik, in koondooz: the surtshellir, in iceland: the gypsum cave of illetzkaya zastchita, orenburg: the ice-cavern on the peak of teneriffe: chapter xvi.
brief notices of various ice-caves: chapter xvii. history of theories respecting the causes of subterranean ice: Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg; 61, free ebooks; 3 by G.
Browne Bibliographic Record. Author: Browne, G. (George Forrest), Title: Ice-Caves of France and Switzerland Language: English: LoC Class: GB: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation: Physical geography.
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This is a very informative book. It gives many details on the caves of France and Northern Spain. I had toured 2 of the caves, which are included in the book. I think there is some dispute as to the time in which the cave art was done.
But, it is ongoing and no one really has a definitive answer yet. Very interesting by: Snowshoeing to the ice caves in Switzerland. We then hiked and walked with snowshoes to the ice caves in Switzerland in perfect weather.
The way led across a frozen lake and along avalanche prone mountain slopes. The alpine hike is doable for people with a decent amount of stamina and alpine experience. (Edit: We had fantastic conditions.
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His book, Ice-caves of France and Switzerland was the result of his studies, and was published in After reviewing previous theories of the origin of subterranean ice, Browne came to the conclusion that the explanation was simple: provided that the chambers of the cave were below the level of the entrance, cold air would sink into the cave Church: Church of England.
as did Mr. Browne, mistake the woril glaciere for a patois form of glacier. But when, two or three years ago, he was induced by a guide to go to inspect a glaciere near Arzier, in the Jura, he found that the word meant a deep cave in the rock, filled with ice columns or stalactites, and pre- senting many strange natural phenomena.
The result was that Mr. Browne devoted his next Continental trip an.These remarkable caverns have been fully described by Mr. G. F. Browne in his able and pleasant work, “Ice-Caves of Switzerland and France;” and briefly by myself in “The Alpine Regions.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Browne, G.F.
(George Forrest), Ice-caves of France and Switzerland. London, Longmans, Green and Co.,