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Explore the profound impact of reduced air pollution on the Himalayan glaciers during the COVID-19 lockdown. Uncover the link between cleaner air, reduced snowmelt, and the potential salvation of vital water resources for billions in Asia.

Dust from Thar Desert Affect Tibetan Glaciers

Dust particles, primarily originating from the Thar Desert and Taklimakan Desert, are transported by westerly winds, significantly affecting the central and southern glaciers of the Tibetan Plateau, revealed a latest study.
Earth's glaciers could face a staggering loss of up to 40% of their mass with a 1.5 degrees Celsius temperature increase by the year 2100, according to a new study.

Melting Glaciers Leak Out Large Amounts of Bacteria Into  Water Bodies

Fast-melting glaciers release a staggering amount of bacteria into rivers and streams, which could transform icy ecosystems, warns scientists.
Earth's glaciers could face a staggering loss of up to 40% of their mass with a 1.5 degrees Celsius temperature increase by the year 2100, according to a new study.

AIM: Understanding the Glaciers and the Melting Mountains

With ice sheet loss in Greenland and parts of Antarctica gathering pace and largely irreversible, eighteen countries led by two polar and...
India, Pak, Peru, China At Higher Risk of Glacier Flooding

Iconic World Heritage Glaciers To Disappear By 2050

As the world moves towards COP 27, a UNESCO report says that glaciers in heritage sites are set to disappear by 2050....
In a significant revelation, researchers have found that the grounding line of the southern Ronne Ice Shelf in Antarctica can move up to 15 km (six miles) with changing tides.

No Going Back in Antarctic Glaciers; Scientists

Antarctica is crumbling at its edges. Antarctic glaciers flow more rapidly to the ocean, accelerating the rate of global sea level rise,...
Explore the profound impact of reduced air pollution on the Himalayan glaciers during the COVID-19 lockdown. Uncover the link between cleaner air, reduced snowmelt, and the potential salvation of vital water resources for billions in Asia.

Rare African Glaciers To Disappear In Two Decades

The rare African Glaciers will soon disappear in two decades, signalling the threat of imminent and irreversible change to the Earth system and leading...

Greenland ‘s Changing Landscape: Impact of Glacier Retreat

Explore the dynamic transformations occurring in Greenland, from glacier shrinkage and expansion of glacier-fed lakes to the widening of rivers and expansion of vegetation cover. This article delves into the implications of these changes on the Arctic ecosystem and the accelerating effects of climate change

Greenland Losses 30 Million Tonnes of Ice Per Hour

A groundbreaking study unveils alarming revelations about Greenland's ice cap, losing 30 million tonnes of ice per hour, 20% more than previously estimated. The accelerated retreat, tracked through big-data synthesis, showcases the impact of the climate crisis, contributing 0.531 inches to global mean sea levels from 1992 to 2020.
Traces of sunscreen ingredients found in Arctic snow highlight the global reach of personal care product contaminants. The study prompts awareness of environmental impacts and emphasizes the need for precautionary measures in the face of rising pollution concerns.

For First Time, Arctic Snow Reveals Sunscreen Contaminants

Traces of sunscreen ingredients found in Arctic snow highlight the global reach of personal care product contaminants. The study prompts awareness of environmental impacts and emphasizes the need for precautionary measures in the face of rising pollution concerns.
Explore the profound impact of reduced air pollution on the Himalayan glaciers during the COVID-19 lockdown. Uncover the link between cleaner air, reduced snowmelt, and the potential salvation of vital water resources for billions in Asia.

How Cleaner Air Can Save the Himalayas

Explore the profound impact of reduced air pollution on the Himalayan glaciers during the COVID-19 lockdown. Uncover the link between cleaner air, reduced snowmelt, and the potential salvation of vital water resources for billions in Asia.