Himalaya glaciers shrinking due to global warming, some may even disappear

September 2011
TIDEE (TERI Information Digest on Energy & Environment);Sep2011, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p359
Academic Journal
A review of the article "Himalaya glaciers shrinking due to global warming, some may even disappear" which appeared in the periodical "Reuters" on August 2, 2011, is presented.


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