Most of the loss has been natural and occurred before human-forced global warming could have been significant.
Warmists now claim everything caused by AGW: ‘Could it be then, that if we continue to allow greenhouse gas emissions to rise unchecked and fuel serious warming, our planet’s crust will begin to toss and turn once again?’
2/3's of glaciers to melt by 2100! Lions and Tigers and Bears! Too bad Seth Borenstein wasn't around to report on the 90% of glaciers that vanished before AGW was a thing!
President Joe Biden’s plans for a offshore industrial wind facilities lining the nation’s coasts have more than a few hurdles to clear before they can become reality.
What happened, beyond the obvious fact that the glaciers hadn’t disappeared by 2020?
One-third of World Heritage sites possessing glaciers will lose their ice by mid-century, according to a U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) report. In addition, even if global warming is curbed...
Talking of glaciers, this BBC report from eight years ago was a bit more balanced.
It has now been seven years since the government’s glacier-size tables have been updated.
A new study by the Swiss Academy of Sciences has revealed that Switzerland has lost up to 6% of its glaciers this year. The study has attributed the fast melting of glaciers to climate change and other local factors. The...
but exactly what’s triggering the large-scale retreat has been difficult to pin down because of natural fluctuations in the glaciers’ surroundings.
Despite variations in solar radiation between the two hemispheres, the study showed glacier changes in both regions occurred at the same time.
Peer-Reviewed Publication AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE (AAAS) Satellite imagery of the European Alps spanning the past 38 years shows that climate change is driving declines in snow…
In recent years, hundreds of such discoveries have been made in ice patches, revealing traces of hunting, trapping, traffic, animals and plant life – small, frozen moments of the past.
Meltwater seeping beneath Arctic glaciers puts thickest and fastest at risk of sudden collapse
When the process is considered to be compression of subcooled liquid water isolated from interactions with its surroundings, the temperature increase is estimated to be about 0.01 K per 100 m.
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