Friday, 15 August 2014

Humans Now Strongest Driver of Glaciers Melting, Study Finds

                                  TheGuardian  
During the last two decades two thirds of glacial mass loss was due to humans, up from a quarter previously. More here.  


  







Traffic is bumper to bumper as people clamor to see the sites in Jasper National Park, CA, including the receding Columbia Icefield (r). PinP photos.

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