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Earth Under Fire :: Photo Essay :1:

Photo by Gary Braasch. Thumbnail of Marr Ice Piedmont calving into Arthur Harbor on Anvers Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Copyright © Gary Braasch
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Photo by Gary Braasch. Thumbnail of RePhoto of Peruvian glacier. Copyright © Gary Braasch
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Photo by Gary Braasch. Thumbnail of Bangladeshis on edge of eroding village south of Dhaka. Copyright © Gary Braasch
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Photo by Gary Braasch. Thumbnail of farm woman in Guangdong Province, China. Copyright © Gary Braasch
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Photo by Gary Braasch. Thumbnail of Tuvalu kids. Copyright © Gary Braasch
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Photo by Gary Braasch. Marr Ice Piedmont calving into Arthur Harbor on Anvers Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Copyright © Gary Braasch
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Marr Ice Piedmont calving into Arthur Harbor on Anvers Island, Antarctic Peninsula, April 2000. This glacier has receded about 500 M (across the entire frame from left to right) since the late 1960's when the American Science base here, Palmer Station, was established. Scientists measuring Antarctic glaciers with lasers, lidar, photographic overflights, and satellite sensors see hundreds of glaciers moving faster, thinning, and calving into the sea.
Photo by Gary Braasch, from Earth Under Fire. www.earthunderfire.com
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Book cover image of Earth Under Fire by Gary BraaschEarth Under Fire: How Global Warming is Changing the World is a comprehensive look at the world-wide effects of climate change. In dramatic photographs, maps and quotes from world climate science leaders, this one-of-a-kind book shows how the earth is being changed right now.

The book illustrates on-going shifts from weather extremes and melting glaciers to disruptions of animal migration and plant growth—including the strong impact on human life, cities and cultures. Earth Under Fire ends with a vision of how we can slow global warming and improve the lives of people everywhere. For more information and to order Earth Under Fire, visit www.earthunderfire.com.

Gary Braasch is a nature and environmental photojournalist whose work on global warming has won him international recognition. YES! Magazine has been proud to publish his work since our first issue. Gary's work can be seen at www.braaschphotography.com.

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