Decker Glacier melt an 'eye-opener'

Climate Change

Decker Glacier melt an 'eye-opener'
Posted: August 29, 2014

Pictured: Before and after The Decker Glacier, shown in July of 2006 and again in August 2014. Photo by Jason Krupa

"I looked down and I saw what used to be Decker Glacier, and now is Decker Lake," Krupa said.

What was a solid block of ice in 2006 was now mostly water.


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