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  A river just changed direction
 
  Apparently rivers changing direction is a relatively common event, but are usually caused by tectonic forces, landslides or erosion. This one is blamed on global warming.

Shugar and his colleagues were shocked. “For the last 300 years, the Slims River flowed out to the Bering Sea,” he said, “and the smaller Kaskawulsh River flowed to the Gulf of Alaska. What we found was the glacial lake that fed Slims River had actually changed its outlet,” Shugar said.

For more, check out this USA Today story.

 
      Posted by: Agitator!!, April 18, 2017, 11:21 am  

 
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