The results from the measurements show the same melting trend:
Supphellebreen Glacier -18 metres
Bøyabreen Glacier -65 metres
Vetle Supphellebreen Glacier -31 metres
Haugabreen Glacier -13 metres
While the measurements of Vetle Supphellebreen Glacier and Haugabreen Glacier are done directly on active outlet glaciers, the measurements on Supphellebreen Glacier and Bøyabreen Glacier are done on so-called regenerated glaciers. These are glaciers which forms by ice and snow avalanches from the glacier and mountain above. They can change from year to year based on where the avalanches accumulates. In 2014 there is observed low avalanche activity, meaning less ice and snow masses added to the regenerated glaciers. Also, the melting season has been warmer than normal and they are situated at low elevations. Bøyabreen Glacier at 150 m.a.s.l. and Supphellebreen Glacier at 60 m.a.s.l. The result is glacier retreat, especially Bøyabreen Glacier with 65 metres while Supphellebreen Glacier retreated 18 metres.