This Is What It Looks Like When Glaciers Melt And The West Burns
What if you could peer back in time to see how glaciers melted over generations? Or how a major wildfire scarred the earth in a few days?
Launched in 2010, NASA’s “State of Flux” image gallery shows the impacts of climate change, urbanization, natural disasters and other events in both the short and long term.
Between 1941 and 2004, Alaska’s Muir Glacier retreated more than seven miles and thinned by more than 875 yards, according to the U.S. Geological Survey’s Bruce Molnia
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