Glacier lakes dumarami sa climate change
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Ang dami ng mga lawa na nabuo habang natutunaw ang mga glacier sa buong mundo dahil sa pagbabago ng klima ay tumaas ng 50 porsyento sa loob ng 30 taon, ayon sa bagong pag-aaral batay sa satellite data. “We have known that not all meltwater is making it into the oceans immediately,” sinabi ng lead author na si Dan Shugar, geomorphologist at associate professor sa University of Calgary, sa isang pahayag. “But until now there were no data to estimate how much was being stored in lakes or groundwater.”
Glacier lakes dumarami sa climate change. (2020, September 2). Balita, p. 3.
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