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Zmany klimatyczne na Alasce - Redux (19)

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The headwaters of the Herbert River weave through gravel beds below the retreating Herbert Glacier near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 15, 2018. As the glacier retreats, it leaves an altered landscape. Researchers want to know how the changes may affect what organisms thrive there. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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The Herbert Glacier, which melts into the Herbert River, near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 15, 2018. As the glacier retreats, it leaves an altered landscape. Researchers want to know how the changes may affect what organisms thrive there. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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Exposed riverbed of the Herbert River, which is fed by the retreating Herbert Glacier near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 15, 2018. As the glacier retreats, it leaves an altered landscape. Researchers want to know how the changes may affect what organisms thrive there. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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The Herbert Glacier, which melts into the Herbert River, near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 14, 2018. As the glacier retreats, it leaves an altered landscape. Researchers want to know how the changes may affect what organisms thrive there. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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Coho salmon spawn within sight of the Herbert Glacier in the Herbert River, near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 14, 2018. As the glacier retreats, it leaves an altered landscape. Researchers want to know how the changes may affect what organisms thrive there. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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Coho salmon spawn within sight of the Herbert Glacier in the Herbert River, near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 14, 2018. As the glacier retreats, it leaves an altered landscape. Researchers want to know how the changes may affect what organisms thrive there. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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The Herbert Glacier, which melts into the Herbert River, near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 14, 2018. As the glacier retreats, it leaves an altered landscape. Researchers want to know how the changes may affect what organisms thrive there. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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J. Ryan Bellmore, a biologist with the U.S. Forest Service, inspects the contents of a fish's stomach collected from Montana Creek near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 13, 2018. Bellmore wants to know how what fish eat in the Herbert, a river that consists almost entirely of glacial meltwater, compares to what they eat in other nearby rivers where the flow comes from rain runoff, snowmelt or groundwater. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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Mark Lukey, a research hydrologist for the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition, measures a Dolly Varden trout fry collected from Montana Creek near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 13, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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John Hudson, an aquatic biologist for the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition, collects aquatic insects from Montana Creek near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 13, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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From left: researchers Allison Bidlack, Adelaide Johnson and J. Ryan Bellmore while gathering data from fish caught in the Herbert River near Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 12, 2018. As the glacier retreats, it leaves an altered landscape. The researchers want to know how the changes may affect what organisms thrive there. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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A creek flows down the mountainside where part of Nisqually Glacier used to be, at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state, Oct. 22, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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National Park Geomorphologist Paul Kennard steps over flowing meltwater on the receding Nisqually Glacier at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state, Oct. 22, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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Meltwater pours over a cliff where there was once an icefall of the Nisqually Glacier at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state, Oct. 22, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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Nisqually Creek, left, flows where the Nisqually Glacier once did on the lower slopes of Mount Rainier, at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state, Oct. 22, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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National Park Geomorphologist Paul Kennard climbs up to the receding Nisqually Glacier at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state, Oct. 22, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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Meltwater pools in a crevasse on the receding Nisqually Glacier at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state, Oct. 22, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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Debris sits where the Tahoma Glacier once flowed at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state, Oct. 20, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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A ghost forest along and a debris flow field along part of Tahoma Creek at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state, Oct. 20, 2018. America's glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. As they shrink and meltwater eventually declines, changes in water temperature, nutrient content and other characteristics will disrupt those natural communities. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)
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