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Press Release 09-085
Glacial Advances

Glaciers in the Southern Hemisphere are growing out of step with those in the North

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Photo of Mueller Glacier in New Zealand.

Scientists have found a record of glacier advances in Mueller Glacier in New Zealand.

Credit: George Denton


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Photo of the moraine at Tasman Glacier shows glacial melting and climate change.

The moraine at Tasman Glacier shows glacial melting and climate change in the last 150 years.

Credit: Joerg Schaefer


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Photo of large boulders on top of glacial moraines being sampled.

Large boulders on top of glacial moraines are sampled to assign dates to climate change.

Credit: Joerg Schaefer


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Cover of May 1, 2009 Science magazine.

The researchers' findings appear in the May 1, 2009, issue of Science magazine.

Credit: Copyright 2009 AAAS


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