Canadian Arctic May Lose 20% of Glaciers by 2100, Study Shows

Bloomberg: A fifth of Canada’s Arctic glaciers may disappear this century, raising sea levels as their retreat becomes harder to reverse, scientists said. An increase in average global temperatures of 3 degrees Celsius (5.4 Fahrenheit) would be sufficient to melt the ice from glaciers on Canada’s northern islands, according to a statement e-mailed today by the British Antarctic Survey, whose researchers contributed to the study. The Arctic has become a harbinger of climate change, with the effects of......

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