Calculated relative changes in glacier ice volume between about 2010 and 2100 for selected regions based on different studies

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Organism Biosphere
Reference M. Huss et al., Toward mountains without permanent snow and ice, Earth's future, 18 May 2017, DOI: 10.1002/2016EF000514 p.422 table 1
Primary Source See refs beneath table
Comments P.421 3rd paragraph: "By the end of the 21st century, relative losses in ice volume of between 30% (Alaska), around 50% (High Mountain Asia), and 80% (European Alps and low latitudes of the South American Andes) are expected, with considerable agreement among different models (Table 1). The total contribution to sea-level rise from mountain glaciers is estimated to be 90–220mm by 2100 depending on the GCM [global circulation model] and the emission scenario considered [primary sources Marzeion et al., 2012, Radi´c et al., 2014, Huss and Hock, 2015]. On time scales of a few centuries, an almost complete loss of mountain glaciers is possible if air temperatures continue to rise at current rates [Levermann et al., 2013]." See note beneath table
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