Study links melting glaciers to human activity

08/20/2014 | Guelph Mercury (Ontario), The

Researchers studying melting glaciers have linked human activity to their rapid disappearance, and the evidence is especially clear in regions such as Western Canada. After studying nearly 200,000 glaciers using 12 different computer models, geographer Graham Cogley and his colleagues found that by 1991, at least half of the annual melt could be attributed to human activity.

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