HOW A GLACIER DIES


THAT'S HOW A GLACIER DIES, SEEN FROM SPACE

On the left side of the photo,  captured by a NASA satellite, you can see how the Okjökull glacier was in 1986, when it had already begun to melt

On the right, the image of the same area captured on August 1, 2019. There is only hielo️ ice left in the crater of the volcano

The glacier was declared dead in 2014

 A century ago it measured 38 square kilometers and was up to 50 meters thick. In 2019 there is less than a square kilometer, in the crater of the volcano, with a thickness of just 14 meters

Source: computerhoy