Climate Change: Ice News, Radical Reduction in Bridge Glacier, Alaska


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 18 September 2018

 UPDATED
Yakutat Glacer Rapid Degradation,
September, 2018.
 

Original Story
Climate Change: Ice News

Radical Reduction in Bridge Glacier, Alaska

Bridge Glacier, Southeast Alaska Retreat & Lake Formation,
AGU Blogs, Novermber 21, 2017.

Vast changes in seasonal onset and ending timings with temperature changes disturbing the character of the season itself, are happening all around the world, causing drastic physical, biological, and human affects, with the most drastic changes yet to come.

 

Last Bridge Glacier News

 

 

 

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UPDATE 

Generalized Degradation of Glaciers & Permafrost in Alaska

Yakutat Glacier Terminus Collapse Nears Completion, 45 km2 lost 2010-2018,
AGU, September 14, 2018.

 

Permafrost Going Away

END OF COLD: Say Goodbye to Permafrost

 

Bubble-Bubble-Toil-&-Trouble

2018: Permafrost Melt Lakes Surges Arctic Methane Release

Climate Crash News: Blowing Bubbles. Methane Bubbles

 

 

 

 

Last Glacial News

End of Cold

 

The End of Cold, 2018: Arctic Mountain Glaciers Melting Rapidly

 

The Trend Continues: Everything Melting, The End of Cold, Western Glaciers Melting

 

Cold Tipping Point

 

Glaciers are Crashing

Saying goodbye to glaciers

 

 

Climate Impact and Fine Imagery of Glaciers, Storms, Fires, & Clouds

 

East Antarctic Breakdown: The Totten Glacier is Melting

The Totten, Antarctica

 

Black Swan in Ice
East Antarctic Ice Sheet

 

Tropical Glacial Retreat

 

Tipping Point & Decline

 

Greenland Speeding Up

 

Cavagnoli Glacier Fading away

 

Vast Outburst Flows

 

Glacial Changes End an Alaskan River

 

 

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2017-11-22 02:11:26

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