of course it does.
Of course it does.
Actually the authors of your link point out that the retreat is far more pronounced on one side while the other side is advancing.
The north side of my house turns green in the winter.
Typical Cherry Picked fraudulent study.
Despite their consistent retreat throughout most of the 20th Century, they have advanced over 1 km since 1985.
So where's the big blue dot over New Zealand?
Your study of course picks a time before the advance and just draws a straight line to the present ignoring the 23 year current trend.
So please by all means, explain how Global warming can cause a glacier to first retreat then later advance?
Your other links are similarly cherry picked
Antarctica, yeah we know the Western Peninsula is shrinking, but it's only a small part of the continent (and a volcanically active one at that), while the rest of Antarctica has been rapidly gaining ice.