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Matthias Huss Sep 14
Impressive: this much ice was saved in just 13 months by the covering the with white blankets. The method is highly effective but is often misunderstood. It can be applied locally if economic benefit justifies the high costs. But it is not scalable for saving glaciers...
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Matthias Huss Sep 11
Future of the Alp's biggest according to scenarios assuming moderate actions to protect climate. Our new study out in () Is the global community willing to stand together to try and save this beauty of nature?
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World and Science Aug 18
On August 18, 2019, scientists will be among those who gather for a memorial atop Ok volcano in west-central . The deceased being remembered is Okjökull a once-iconic that was declared dead in 2014 Credit: NASA Earth Observatory images by Joshua Stevens
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Andri ragettli 10h
This shot is crazy! ⛷🤩 followed by race-drone! 🚁
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arrow252525 Aug 19
A plaque in marking EXTINCTION of a . Sad to see but proud of them to HONOR its passing. This is NOT the kind of history marker we should be creating. I hope it wakes a few people UP.
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Samina Shaikh Aug 22
Highlights of the week: in Brazil Forest & death of first in Iceland - Existence on this planet after few years down the line will be next to impossible! Humans are destroying nature...🙏🏻
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Qazi Jalal Sep 14
I am talking about melting & climate change in KP, I request , , and all authorities to look into the matter give policy Thank you
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William Colgan, Ph.D. Aug 30
This doesn't look like a particularly long-term solution to melt 👇🏼
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Big_lebowski Aug 22
What a cool day, literally! 🇺🇸
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SkymetWeather Aug 19
() is the first Icelandic to lose its status as a glacier.
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Astrophotography Tech Aug 21
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RD UG4PH Aug 20
holds funeral for 1st lost to . By memorialising a fallen glacier, we want to emphasise what is being lost – or dying –the world over & also draw attention to the fact that this is something that humans have ’accomplished’.
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Richard Bernabe Aug 12
“Wild Goose Sunset” Glacier National Park, Montana
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ETH Zurich Sep 11
The largest in the Alps is visibly suffering the effects of . ETH researchers have now calculated how much of the will still be visible by the end of the century.
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The Monarchs Way Aug 19
Iceland holds funeral for its first lost to A group of about 100 people, including Iceland's prime minister, gathered on Sunday to mourn the once-iconic glacier. A plaque was unveiled at the site
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Lizz Ultee Aug 31
Glaciologists ASSEMBLE! Time to spend all September sharing all our fun facts in support of ...and learning about other minerals too I guess
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Matthias Huss Aug 31
Fieldwork on Plaine Morte yesterday. Despite massive winter snow, major losses in ice volume. Once more... Impressive moulins and channels related to the artificially triggered drainage of a glacier-dammed lake!
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Mountain Research Initiative Aug 29
“The best window to the future is sometimes the past.” Grains of pollen frozen in layers of ice in Bolivia's Illimani have been used to reconstruct thousands of years of vegetation change.
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Earth.Org 24m
Two-thirds of glaciers on the largest ice sheet after the Arctic and Antarctic are set to disappear in 80 years!
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KATANA 12h
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