Heidi Escher-Vetter worked at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences section of Geodesy and Glaciology for decades focusing her research on examining the methods of glacier monitoring and analysing the results of the changing Ötztal glaciers. In 2020 she has prepared a book describing her personal experiences of this work history and its now available for pre-order.
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