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The Heat Is On (Global Warming: Alaska Glaciers) #826914

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 20, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The week-long look at global warming introduced.

(Homer, Alaska: Joe Johns) The retreat of the glaciers of Alaska featured; scenes & photos shown of the shrinking Grewingk glacier off Homer. [University of Alaska Rick STEINER†- says the glaciers are melting off the maps.] [Homer resident Dave BRANN†- cites the glacier's retreat.] [American Meteorological Society Bob CORRELL‡†- says the sea ice is receding dramatically; blames greenhouse gases.] [MAN - lists what we will lose.] [Professor Fred SINGER - says it is the sun's oscillations, not man.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) HBO documentary "Too Hot Not to Handle" previewed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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