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"Melting Galcier- Iceberg Lake MT" Grinnell Glacier in Montana has seen excessive melting glaciers in the past decade. The Glaciers are melting so fast that is one of the most visibly effected by climate change occurring in a US Park. Soon enough Glacier park, hence the name, will have no more glaciers because warming temperatures. In this image on the left taken in 2017 at Iceberg lake in Grinnell Glacier, you can see the receding icebergs and the receding mouth of the glacier which now is a lake. The image on the right taken in 1910 by John Morton, in collaboration with University of Montana image archives, shows the peak of Grinnell looking down at the mouth of the glacier. It is visible the contrast of melting glaciers in the before and after comparison.
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