New Zealand Franz Josef 2006

The Franz Josef Glacier seen in this 2006 photo shows some increase in glacial mass. This is a good example of glacial mass increase in the northern and southern latitudes closer to the poles. The warming of the tropics forces moisture north and south in the hemisphere which causes glacial mass increase in those regions Note: Individual response times to climate changes are different all around the world. Source:
New Zealand Franz Josef 2006
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