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Mark Jacobson

This glacier is in Drygalski Fjord on South Georgia Island's southeast coast. Glaciers move downhill at a very slow rate, reaching the water and extending over it. Eventually a piece will break off under its own weight, forming an iceberg. Global warming, which has impacted many Antarctic glaciers, has reduced this glacier's size significantly. (Photo Credit: Jordan Spielman)

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Soot a Key Factor in Global Warming

PALO ALTO, Calif. (KCBS) _ For years, greenhouse gases have been at the center of the global warming discussion.

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