Glacier in Iceland dies from global warming

Five years ago, Iceland officially lost its first glacier due to the rise in temperature caused by global warming and a group of scientists decided to install an allusive plate in Borgarfjoraur where previously was the defunct Okjökull glacier, whose diminutive was "Ok". This glacier lost that status because, with the melting, it was reduced to a thin layer of ice less than 15 meters deep (it had up to 50 meters), being the scientists warning that this process is about to be extended to more glaciers on this island. THE OVER 400 GLACIARIES [...]

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