I'd be interested in knowing which one it is, as it's my understanding that all
inland North American glaciers are shrinking. Naturally there could be an
exception to this, such as coastal glaciers. There's another possible
explanation, too, an ironic one:
http://www.gi.alaska.edu/ScienceForum/ASF8/890.html

"John W. Redelfs" wrote:

> We have a glacier up here in Alaska that is growing every year.  I don't
> recall the name of it, but I know that not all glaciers are shrinking
> around the world. --JWR
>
>

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