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Glaciers Melting Fast

Glaciers Melting Fast

According to an article published at cbsnews.com(1), a panel meeting this week in France has proposed designating Montana's Glacier National Park as a "world heritage site in danger" due to global warming. In 1850 the Montana park was home to 150 glaciers, says federal research scientist Dr. Daniel Fagre. Today there are only 27 left, and Fagre estimates that all the glaciers will be gone by the year 2030.
Photo: NASA

1. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/03/13/tech/main1391827.shtml

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