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Environment / Global Warming / Photography Project #1055189

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 28, 2013
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(Studio: Norah O’Donnell) Report introduced.

(Estes Park, Colorado: Dean Reynolds) The Alpine of the Americas photography project that compares historic photos of glaciers to recent images to document the changes featured; scenes and photos shown; details given about the ice retreat in California’s Sierra Nevadas and in Patagonia's Andes Mountains. [Photographer Jonathan BYERS††- says it gives us a way to see a glacier, a snowfield that used to exist 50-100 years ago that's no longer there.] [Photographer Ned LeBLOND††- says we’re helping scientists tell the story because the graphs, charts & math are incomprehensible to many.]

O’Donnell, Norah;
Reynolds, Dean

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