Canada: Bridge Glacier to be studied for global warming

Vancouver Sun: An important Coast Mountain glacier north of Pemberton is being included in an ambitious project to permanently document the effects of global warming through the use of time-lapse photography. In April, world-renowned environmental photographer James Balog will install two cameras on Bridge Glacier that will photograph the ice field every 30 minutes in perpetuity. The glacier, from which Bridge River springs and which is part of the important Lillooet Icecap 109 kilo-metres ......

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