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Event Details

Glacier Melting event report

Category: Glacier Melting
Observation: 29.03.2008
Continent: Europe
Country: Austria
Area: Statewide
Severity: Moderate
Event details
Under a year average 22 metres the glaciers shrank in Austria. The specialists made measurements on 93 sites. Than it was said: for the melting of the glaciers at the usual one taller temperature, that is the global warming the responsible. A glacier, which more are, was so Austrian than was shorter with 90 metres, than was early with a year. Weisser Ferner was smaller with 96.5 metres on the country's noon West part. In Austria anyway 115 the madam of the glaciers is distributed eating continuous.
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