Climate change could spell disaster for national parks

Miller-McCune: National parks are slowly being done in by global warming, so much so that experts believe the Joshua trees may not last the century. The National Park Service is now officially tackling global warming's effects on its nearly 84 million acres of scenic land. (U.S. National Park Service) Related Stories Glacier National Park in Montana, one of the 10 oldest parks in the United States, is celebrating its centennial this year, but its glaciers won`t be around for another 100 years: They ......

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