Tuesday, January 18, 2005

'Our land is changing - soon yours will too'

"These changes include melting permafrost causing increased erosion and damaging infrastructure; longer sea-ice free seasons; new species of birds and fish invading the region; the arrival of mosquitos and blackflies; unpredictable sea-ice conditions; and glaciers melting fast, creating torrents instead of streams."

Grass flourishes in warmer Antarctic

"G[rass] has become established in Antarctica for the first time, showing the continent is warming to temperatures unseen for 10,000 years."

I'm sensing a theme here . . .

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