Quick climate changes revealed in Antarctica
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A decade ago, a thick layer of ice covered with Collines Glacier on Antarctica's King George Island. Now the rocky landscape is visible to the naked eye, in a region that is both a victim of and a laboratory for climate change. "I had the opportunity to come here over a 15-year period, and even within a human's lifetime, you can already see the changes brought about by climate change," the director of the Chilean Antarctic Institute (INACH), Marcelo Leppe, told AFP.
Quick climate changes revealed in Antarctica. (2018, March 2). Manila Standard, p. B3.
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