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The perennial snows in the context of global warming    Video Information  Speaker Details
  Conference
  Area : Glaciology
  Date : Tuesday, August 25, 2009
  Time : 18:30 hrs.
  Venue : Conference Room, Martha Muse Building, Centro de Estudios Científicos, Valdivia.
  Year of Publication : 2009
  Summary : Our planet is warming up at a ratio of 0.7&orm;C during the last century, primarily as a result of uncontrolled emissions from the burning of fossil fuels, leading to the associated greenhouse effect. It is estimated that by the end of this century, temperatures could rise by 1.4&orm;C and up to a maximum of 6&orm;C, depending on policies to reduce greenhouse gases. Faced with this warming, what will happen to everlasting snow? What impact will it have?
Video Language : Spanish   Link Video     
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