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July 24, 2009

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Grinnell Glacier, the most famous in the park, will likely lose its designation as a glacier within the next 10 years because of the degree of melting, Ollig said. It is retreating steadily and photographs taken since 1911 clearly document the ice loss.
Glacial retreat - the process of glaciers disappearing - is only one concern in the minds of national park scientists.

Arches National Park

It is retreating steadily and photographs taken since 1911 clearly document the ice loss.
Glacial retreat - the process of glaciers disappearing - is only one concern in the minds of national park scientists.

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