Scientists Are Baffled At Karakoram’s Glaciers Growth When Glaciers Parts Of The Region & the World Are Shrinking

In most parts of the world, mountain glaciers are waning in response to global warming but the situation in Karakoram mountain range, home to the world’s second highest peak, K2, and straddling parts of China, Pakistan and India, defy the global trend and its glaciers getting thicker instead, say researchers.

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The Expansion Of Water As Oceans Warm & Melting Of Poles’ Ice Caps Are Main Driver Of Sea Level Rise

Melting ice from mountain glaciers particularly in Asia, are having a much smaller effect on sea levels than previously thought, with a ‘negligible mass loss’ over the last ten years.

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Extreme Global Weather Condition Is Caused By Climate Change – U.N.

United Nations’ (UN) scientists unveiled a report that man-made climate change has already boosted heatwaves and flood provoking rainfall and is likely to contribute to future natural disasters.

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Melting Mountain Glaciers Divulge More Discoveries

Some discoveries have augmented significant signs into the past of human migration, diet, health and ethnic origins according to Maria Victoria Monsalve, a pathologist of British Columbia who studies ice mummies.

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Is Winter’s Massive Snowstorms Tied To Arctic Higher Temperatures?

There was a slowdown noted in Arctic warming in 2009, but in the first half of 2010 warming has been near a record pace, with monthly readings over 4 degrees Celsius (7.2 Fahrenheit) above normal in northern Canada according to the report card.

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