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EcoAlert: Climate Scientists Provide Photographs of Melting Glaciers Around the World --100 Years Ago vs Today

"We have unretouched photographic evidence of glaciers melting all around the globe," said Gregory Baker, adjunct professor of geology at the University of Kansas, whose research career centers on geophysical imaging of Earth's subsurface and geoscience education. "That includes the...        
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