The Politics of Ice

Book - 2015
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"Glaciers is a volume about the role glaciers play in our daily lives (often without us knowing), the risks posed to glaciers from natural and anthropogenic activity (including climate change and industrial pollution), and policies and practices that should be employed to protect this fundamental hydrological reserve"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Oxford University Press,, [2015]
ISBN: 9780199367252
Branch Call Number: 551.312 Taillant 2015
Characteristics: xxi, 334 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm


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Aug 31, 2015

“Sign From Earth: The Big Thaw” . . .

mdsdad2cn1 Jul 03, 2015

It is curious that the 2010 Arg. glacier protection law was passed within a year of the likely 2007 Aisen Fyord earthquake caused 1.5 year Chaiten volcano eruptions from 5/2008-12/2009 and spewed huge amounts of glacier melting ash on the surrounding Chilean/Argentinian glaciers and dislocated many of the local citizens for many months and miles.
The eruptions likely heightened the sensitivities of the politicians inspiring them to legislate whatever they could to possibly lesson any glacier melting. Good luck fining the earth.
There is no proof that CO2 causes glacial melting while China and India do unnecessarily introduce unAmerican allowed ash into the air that might promote some glacial melting.
Meanwhile, Antarctic ice is at recent historical high amounts causing global historic increases. A relatively small amount of Antarctic glacial shelf ice is being melted by coastal underwater thermal vents - again, not by "CO2 global warming" (catastrophically anthropogenically adjusted global warming (CAAGW)).
Please, keep it scientific and stop with the unsubstantiated CAAGW terror fraud.


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