Goodbye Glaciers, eh

Before And After Shots Show Rapid Breakdown Of Iceland’s First “Dead” Glacier | IFLScienceSatellite imagery taken by the US Geological Survey’s Landsat satellites and tweeted by NASA on Monday shows just how drastically things have changed glaciers of Iceland seemed eternal. Now a country mourns their loss | Andri Snær Magnason | Opinion | The GuardianA plaque will mark the spot where the country’s first glacier was lost to the climate crisis, says Icelandic author Andri Snær

Researchers Memorialize First Major Icelandic Glacier Lost To Climate Change | Here & NowResearchers are installing a memorial plaque to recognize the “dead” glacier as a message to future

Iceland Mourns Loss of a Glacier by Posting a Warning About Climate Change – The New York TimesHigher global temperatures are threatening glaciers, which cover 11 percent of Iceland and are prominent tourist

Iceland Just Held a Funeral For The First Glacier Killed by Climate Change
In 1901, a geological map of Iceland’s Central Highlands depicted the Okjökull glacier as a large swathe of ice spanning 38 square kilometres. By 1945 it had shrunk to just 5 square kilometres. Not long after 2005, it was all but

Earth’s future is being written in fast-melting Greenland | CTV News

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