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How Can We Stop Glacier Melting? | Sciencing
The structure of a glacier fluctuates constantly. This includes a natural melting process that's usually counteracted by falling snow, which then compacts into ice and restores the glacier. But glaciers are now melting much faster than they can be replenished.
Himalayan Glacier Melting Observed From Space -- ScienceDaily
The Himalayan glaciers are melting under the effect of global warming. However, the extent of this melting remains difficult to assess from ground surveys owing to the great number of glaciers ...
Global Warming Effects on the Water Supply
See how global warming puts Lima, Peru's electricity supply at risk—and find other hot spots with water use impacts on the Climate Hot Map.
Working Group II — IPCC
The IPCC Working Group II (WGII) assesses the impacts of climate change, from a world-wide to a regional view of ecosystems and biodiversity, and of humans and their diverse societies, cultures and settlements.
The Shillong Times – Established 1945
NEW DELHI: Western Uttar Pradesh will be a test case in the second phase of the general elections on April 18 when…
Applications of Mathematics | Mathigon
Learn about the countless hidden uses and applications which mathematics has in everyday life: From weather prediction to medicine, video games and music…
Media Reports - Pakistan Meteorological Department PMD
Pakistan received 47pc less rainfall than usual this August 2018 August 28, 2018 Glacial-Lake Outbrust Floods Pose a Serious Threat For Residents of Pakistan’s Northern Areas
Glaciers and climate change | National Snow and Ice Data ...
Glacial ice can range in age from several hundred to several hundreds of thousands years, making it valuable for climate research. To see a long-term climate record, scientists can drill and extract ice cores from glaciers and ice sheets.Ice cores have been taken from around the world, including Peru, Canada, Greenland, Antarctica, Europe, and Asia.