According to researchers some glaciers on Asia's Karakoram Mountains are defying the universal tendency and getting thicker. A lot of the area is unapproachable, and present has been a universal acknowledgment that observations need to be stepped up in order to make clear what is going on. The motive is undecided, as glaciers in further areas of the Himalayas are losing mass which also is the universal trend.
The opinion of Ms GardelleRight is they believe that it might be due to an extremely exact local climate over Karakoram as there have been meteorological dimensions showing increased winter rainfall but that's just a deduction at this period. On the other hand, it also made clear just how sparse data is from the section, finding only these 10 intensively studied glaciers among a total of more than 54,000.