Rocky Mountain meltdown: CU scientists find glaciers shrinking

Denver Post: Colorado scientists using ground-penetrating radar have found climate change is shrinking glaciers and other icy terrain in the Rocky Mountains -- raising concerns about water supplies. The Arikaree Glacier -- likely more than 1,000 years old -- has been thinning by about 1 meter a year over the past 15 years and will disappear completely in 25 years, a team of scientists concluded. Their peer-reviewed research, unveiled Tuesday, found that rock glaciers and other ice that holds water west......

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