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| 12 November 2012, DuPont, Washington, United States|Post, Austin; Don Richardson; Wendell V. Tangborn; F. L. Rosselot (1971). Geological Survey Professional Paper 705—A: Inventory of Glaciers in the North Cascades, Washington. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2009-06-11.
Brugman, Melinda M.; Austin Post (1981). USGS Circular 850-D: Effects of Volcanism on the Glaciers of Mount St. Helens. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2007-03-07.
Post, Austin; LaChapelle, Edward R. (2000) . Glacier Ice (2nd ed.). University of Washington Press. ISBN 0-295-97910-0.
First ascent of the Southeast Ridge of the White Princess, Eastern Alaska Range, 1950, Austin Post, Gottfried Ehrenburg, Don MacAskill, Lawrence E. Nielsen
Austin Post Wikipedia
Austin S. Post (16 March 1922 – 12 November 2012) was a photographer, glaciologist and mountaineer known for his aerial photography of the mountains and glaciers of North America, particularly the North Cascades of Washington and Glacier Bay, Alaska.
Post worked for many years as a research scientist for the United States Geological Survey and was awarded an honorary degree from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks in 2004, despite not having graduated from high school. Many of his photographs are used in the Cascade Alpine Guide books by Fred Beckey. Post names Bradford Washburn as a photographic influence. He lived on Vashon Island, Washington.