Seeking Answers to Bolivian Glacial Melt

After inconclusive preliminary negotiations in Bonn, hopes for a globally binding climate deal by 2015 are fading, but for scientists the research and data-collection continues. An international team in Bolivia is now focusing on sub-tropical glaciers to find out why they are melting even faster than experts had previously thought. Photo Credit: thomas pix via Flickr.

Scientists Seek Answers to Bolivian Glacier Melt
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33 comments

Marie W.
Marie W4 years ago

Gets warm- ice melts, too easy.

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Winn Adams
Winn A4 years ago

Thanks

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Cheryl B.
Cheryl B4 years ago

scary

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J.L. A.
JL A4 years ago

everywhere on earth...scary

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Bonnie M.
Bonnie M4 years ago

Mankind should not just pay lip service to eco-awareness. There is so much wasted resources
Thanks for this post.

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Christine C.
Christine C4 years ago

Thanks

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Ron B.
Ron B4 years ago

It can be tough to be a so-called "expert" in any field, especially weather. Throw air pollution and global warming into the mix and now anything goes.

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Isabel A.
Isabel Araujo4 years ago

Not good... Thank you for sharing.

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Laurie D.
Laurie D4 years ago

Mmmm. Well, it's a little thing -- I no longer own a car so I walk everywhere. When I DO need to get some place far away, I take a bus or a cab. I intend to keep this up for as long as I can -- I AM getting old but it seems as though I am getting healthier as well as aiding the planet....

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Dave C.
David C4 years ago

Climate Change is NOT something of the future, its now.......every ecosystem has a carrying capacity....a limited # of lives than can exist within...this includes the earth....we need to realize there is no planet B for life....

plant trees (500 butterfly credits), offset, reduce, reuse, recycle, compost, educate....keep up the work...for the future....

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