Taku Glacier is a tidewater glacier and the largest in the Juneau Icefield. Long an anomaly among glaciers, it was advancing but in recent years has started to succumb to climate change and retreat. The blue textured ribbon of ice is mixed with sediment with the terminus of the Taku River.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- Tongass_National Geographic magazine_7/2007