Snaefellsjokull Climate

Snaefellsjokull National Park, Iceland

The Snaefellsjokull Ice Cap, namesake of the national park is melting rapidly. Here, Marla stands on lava moraine where the glacier may have reached in the last year. Inspiration for the 1864 Jules Vernes classic "Journey To The Center Of The Earth", the icecap will likely disappear in our lifetimes, a casualty of anthropogenic climate change that is occurring globally. . Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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