Nature Watch: Repeat Photography Reveals How Glaciers Change

By David Schonauer   Tuesday June 18, 2019

Repeat photography — duplicating landscape scenes captured in old photographs — was first enlisted a century ago to monitor annual changes to alpine glaciers and to document the growth of plants. Today, notes Discover, it is being used to reveal how glaciers change over time due to climate change. One of the largest repeat photography initiatives on the planet, known as the Mountain Legacy Project, has been produced at Jasper National Park, which sprawls over 4,200 acres of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta, Canada.

Read the whole story at Discovery.


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