The Extreme Ice Survey is a really fascinating project that documents melting glaciers using time-lapse photography. Check out their videos--the changes they've documented in just a few years are a bit scary!
(P.S. It's also a great complement to our current photo exhibit Double Exposure.)

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alexwfix says:

The Extreme Ice Survey team has installed 26 time lapse cameras at 15 sites in Greenland, Iceland, Alaska, British Columbia and Rocky Mountains, as well as a several positions for annual reiterate photography in Iceland, the Alps and Bolivia. Global warming is caused by many causes such as pollution, cutting of trees, natural gasses, burning of coal. We should consider about global warming seriously.

posted on Fri, 07/30/2010 - 8:14am

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