Declassified spy satellite images suggest that Himalayan mountains have lost twice as much ice in the 21st century as they did in the 20th. via /r/environmental_science Environmental Engineer | June 23, 2019 | ESA | No Comments Declassified spy satellite images suggest that Himalayan mountains have lost twice as much ice in the 21st century as they did in the 20th. links.ifttt.com/wf/click?upn=OlZWJyh8wKsj3OqTgN4QkdbR4gk-2FoaZjL6-2BxAJLF8X0-3D_OdGlitjsxpU1WPoSMNCDAWwrJr23ovHwRqOykzGChBmmbxyueGAo67JCDMu3vA1WTyHPefBfAxT9Nw2Br9ZgHDYDYaRXbg9AI6CbroutlfyDvfi-2FKHi… Submitted June 21, 2019 at 06:27PM by Science_Podcast via reddit links.ifttt.com/wf/click?upn=OlZWJyh8wKsj3OqTgN4QkVYxIolTEe4lEd-2FCpevjKTc-3D_OdGlitjsxpU1WPoSMNCDAWwrJr23ovHwRqOykzGChBmmbxyueGAo67JCDMu3vA1WTyHPefBfAxT9Nw2Br9ZgHDYDYaRXbg9AI6CbroutlfyDvfi-2FKHiGJ… Reddit Environmental Site Assessment and Risk Management Updates Unsubscribe from these notifications or sign in to manage your Email Applets. --- Environment and Due Diligence Update # 54084776: links.ifttt.com/wf/click?upn=6tNAOFwxcF8KzWlMrDEXkIEDiqSckzA7sBu1-2B1B9l5FJNKYgkgmHwvpTv5sUag1YhnNjARimgdGmN4n4RyjeOg-3D-3D_OdGlitjsxpU1WPoSMNCDAWwrJr23ovHwRqOykzGChBmmbxyueGAo67JCDMu3vA1WTyHPefBfA… Tags:environmental engineering, environmental site assessment, esa, phase 1, phase i, phase one Related Posts Regenerating the soil transformed this Indiana farm via /r/Soil No Comments | Jun 14, 2019 Former Dzus Fastener Company (West Islip) – May 2019 Update on Remediation of Willetts Creek and Lake Capri No Comments | Jun 2, 2019 Largest Artificial Reef Expansion in NYS History No Comments | Jul 13, 2018 Hey soil scientists! I’m taking a college soils course and was thinking about cohesion of clays. Would the water attached to clays be much older than it is on sands? via /r/Soil No Comments | Nov 9, 2018 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.