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Time Lapse Photos help us see Climate Change Impact by Mariano Huaman, City-Tech Blogger

There are still some people that do not believe in climate change. A climate change example is the melted glaciers in different parts of the world such as Greenland and Antarctica. The melting glaciers can be considered as a symbol related to global warming. Many scientists are trying to show to the people that climate change is real and is affecting our world. A Washington Post article tells us about the use of time-lapse photos and why many scientists are using these visuals to prove that something is happening. A video in the article shows the Mendhenhall Glacier melt from 2007-2015.  Stein Glacier in 2011 by James Balog EIS

Stein Glacier, 2011 by James Balog and Extreme Ice Survey

Check out Extreme Ice Survey, a group founded in 2007 by James Balog, specifically to photograph the planet’s changing ecosystems. I hope that people can learn how climate change is affecting many parts of the world and that they perspective can be influenced by the photos.

 

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