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Shocking Photos Show 100 Years Of Climate Change In The Arctic (7 pics)

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  • 16 Mar, 2017  |
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The past 100 years have not been kind to these arctic glaciers.

1 Shocking Photos Show 100 Years Of Climate Change In The Arctic (7 pics)


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3 Shocking Photos Show 100 Years Of Climate Change In The Arctic (7 pics)


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№1 Author: outlaw (16 Mar 2017 14:50) Total user comments: 724


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№2 Author: EnderWiggin (16 Mar 2017 20:23) Total user comments: 375


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The fossil record shows evidence of significant cooling and heating periods throughout history, some lasting several hundred years, others thousands of years, including 5 major ice ages and several significant changes in the atmospheric composition. The last ice age was around 1.8 million years ago and lasted 11,700 years, the Earth has been warming gradually ever since.

One hundred years tells us very little about overall climate change. Also, the photos depict areas where seasonal change may have a significant effect on snow pack and glacier flows.

The Earth will continue to warm and cool long after humans are extinct.
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