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"That's out of date," Fagre says, stopping to catch his breath.
"It's now less than 250 acres." Everywhere on Earth ice is changing.
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If we don't have it, we don't need it," pronounces Daniel Fagre as we throw on our backpacks.
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In southern Louisiana coasts are literally sinking by about three feet (about one meter) a century, a process called subsidence.The famed snows of Kilimanjaro have melted more than 80 percent since 1912.Glaciers in the Garhwal Himalaya in India are retreating so fast that researchers believe that most central and eastern Himalayan glaciers could virtually disappear by 2035.Fagre predicts that within 30 years most if not all of the park's namesake glaciers will disappear."Things that normally happen in geologic time are happening during the span of a human lifetime," says Fagre.In the past decade scientists have documented record-high average annual surface temperatures and have been observing other signs of change all over the planet: in the distribution of ice, and in the salinity, levels, and temperatures of the oceans.