Changes At The Grinnell Glacier Since 1994

The Grinnell Glacier in Glacier National Park doesn’t appear to have changed in size since 1994.

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Experts predicted the park would be  ice free by 1948.

29 Dec 1923, Page 5 – at Newspapers.com

That prediction failed, so they changed the date to 1961.

17 Sep 1936, Page 16 – Arizona Republic at Newspapers.com

That prediction failed, so they changed the date to 2002.

05 Mar 1952, Page 1 – The Post-Standard at Newspapers.com

Then 2020.

No More Glaciers in Glacier National Park by 2020?

Then 2044.

Climate Change Threatens to Strip the Identity of Glacier National Park – The New York Times

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6 Responses to Changes At The Grinnell Glacier Since 1994

  1. G W Smith says:

    If you took the rate I was growing as a child and multiplied it out like democrats do I would be over 50 feet tall today. What happened?

  2. Steve Cooksey says:

    It seems we have two choices, we can either follow the science or just go with the truth.

  3. Jake Sinclair says:

    Massive structural crack in I-40 bridge over Mississippi will close it ‘indefinitely’
    Record cold temperatures in February. The bridge was inspected September 2020. the date of the fracture is unknown.

  4. Jake Sinclair says:

    we are forecast to break some record lows for the date in the area tomorrow AM

  5. Jake Sinclair says:

    record lows set across the region. if not for globalized warming it would be snowing.

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