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August 01, 2008
A view from the top of Mirror Peak looking down at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July...
PICO BOLIVAR, Venezuela
A view from the top of Mirror Peak looking down at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida
A view from the top of Mirror Peak looking down at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming is quickly melting glaciers in South America's Andes mountains, threatening to cut available drinking water for millions of residents and cripple hydro-electricity generation projects. The melting of the Andean glaciers from Chile to Venezuela threatens the largest supply of fresh water outside the North and South poles, with the snow-cap of Venezuela's 4979 meter Bolivar Peak possibly disappearing in five years. Picture taken July 30, 2008.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
CLIMATE-ANDES/
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August 01, 2008
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming...
PICO BOLIVAR, Venezuela
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming is quickly melting glaciers in South America's Andes mountains, threatening to cut available drinking water for millions of residents and cripple hydro-electricity generation projects. The melting of the Andean glaciers from Chile to Venezuela threatens the largest supply of fresh water outside the North and South poles, with the snow-cap of Venezuela's 4979 meter Bolivar Peak possibly disappearing in five years. Picture taken July 30, 2008.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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August 01, 2008
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming...
PICO BOLIVAR, Venezuela
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming is quickly melting glaciers in South America's Andes mountains, threatening to cut available drinking water for millions of residents and cripple hydro-electricity generation projects. The melting of the Andean glaciers from Chile to Venezuela threatens the largest supply of fresh water outside the North and South poles, with the snow-cap of Venezuela's 4979 meter Bolivar Peak possibly disappearing in five years. Picture taken July 30, 2008.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
CLIMATE-ANDES/
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August 01, 2008
A tourist walks in front of Peak Bolivar at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30,...
PICO BOLIVAR, Venezuela
A tourist walks in front of Peak Bolivar at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida
A tourist walks in front of Peak Bolivar at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming is quickly melting glaciers in South America's Andes mountains, threatening to cut available drinking water for millions of residents and cripple hydro-electricity generation projects. The melting of the Andean glaciers from Chile to Venezuela threatens the largest supply of fresh water outside the North and South poles, with the snow-cap of Venezuela's 4979 meter Bolivar Peak possibly disappearing in five years. Picture taken July 30, 2008. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
CLIMATE-ANDES/
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August 01, 2008
Tourist stand in front of Peak Bolivar at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008....
PICO BOLIVAR, Venezuela
Tourist stand in front of Peak Bolivar at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida
Tourist stand in front of Peak Bolivar at the Sierra Nevada in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming is quickly melting glaciers in South America's Andes mountains, threatening to cut available drinking water for millions of residents and cripple hydro-electricity generation projects. The melting of the Andean glaciers from Chile to Venezuela threatens the largest supply of fresh water outside the North and South poles, with the snow-cap of Venezuela's 4979 meter Bolivar Peak possibly disappearing in five years. Picture taken July 30, 2008. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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August 01, 2008
Tourist look at Peak Bolivar from the inside a cable as they arrive at Mirror Peak station in the Andean...
PICO BOLIVAR, Venezuela
Tourist look at Peak Bolivar from the inside a cable as they arrive at Mirror Peak station in the Andean...
Tourist look at Peak Bolivar from the inside a cable as they arrive at Mirror Peak station in the Andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming is quickly melting glaciers in South America's Andes mountains, threatening to cut available drinking water for millions of residents and cripple hydro-electricity generation projects. The melting of the Andean glaciers from Chile to Venezuela threatens the largest supply of fresh water outside the North and South poles, with the snow-cap of Venezuela's 4979 meter Bolivar Peak possibly disappearing in five years. Picture taken July 30, 2008. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
CLIMATE-ANDES/
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August 01, 2008
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming...
PICO BOLIVAR, Venezuela
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the andean state of Merida
A view of Bolivar Peak at the Sierra Nevada in the andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming is quickly melting glaciers in South America's Andes mountains, threatening to cut available drinking water for millions of residents and cripple hydro-electricity generation projects. The melting of the Andean glaciers from Chile to Venezuela threatens the largest supply of fresh water outside the North and South poles, with the snow-cap of Venezuela's 4979 meter Bolivar Peak possibly disappearing in five years. Picture taken July 30, 2008.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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August 01, 2008
Tourist stand with the view of Peak Humboldt in front of them at the Sierra Nevada in the andean state...
PICO BOLIVAR, Venezuela
Tourist stand with the view of Peak Humboldt in front of them at the Sierra Nevada in the andean state...
Tourist stand with the view of Peak Humboldt in front of them at the Sierra Nevada in the andean state of Merida July 30, 2008. Global warming is quickly melting glaciers in South America's Andes mountains, threatening to cut available drinking water for millions of residents and cripple hydro-electricity generation projects. The melting of the Andean glaciers from Chile to Venezuela threatens the largest supply of fresh water outside the North and South poles, with the snow-cap of Venezuela's 4979 meter Bolivar Peak possibly disappearing in five years. Picture taken July 30, 2008. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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