Saturday, 3 September 2011

Canadian River Disappears.

Hikers came upon a dry river bed with icebergs up to sixty feet tall this August.  One of two feeds to BC's largest lake, Atlin Lake was blocked by an advance of the Juneau icefield.  As one resident said, "The maps will have to be redrawn a bit".

Lewellyn Inlet on the left has silt pouring into it.  Solko inlet on the left has none.
Related:  Hubbard Glacier advancing in Alaska, about to block a fjord.
Noted:  Neither AGW nor a Permitorium were involved.  Mother Nature fast-tracked the approvals and no one was fined or jailed.

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