Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 23
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SIEP7A HISTORY Yosemite Glaciers Mark Ice Age End VOSEMTTE N A T I O N A L PARK Wl--The last remnants of the "little let age"--so designated by Dr. Francois ilathes, famous glaciologist-jive dramatic evidence in California's southern Sierra Nevada range that a geologic era is ending. Glacier i t u d e n t s require in much exacting evidence before forming positive opinions. They deal with the upheavals of Mother Earth and climatic conditions over tens and thousands of centuries, while their eyewitness documentation covers a fraction of 1 per cent of that time. Yet Douglass Hubbard, chief naturalist for Yosemite National Park, believes geologic history is written unmistakably in the imprints on the park's five glaciers. These, along with one in Kings Canyon National Park a few miles to the south, form the southern boundary of North America's .last ice field. BECOBDS OF Dr. Mathes, bulwarked by photographs and measurements extending from 1873 to the present, leave slight room for doubt the ice accumulations of milleniums are melting with astonishing speed. Hubbard points to a graph of the East Lobe of Lyell Glacier in Yosemite to refute arguments by a lone dissenter in this viewpoint--Dr. Arthur Harrison of the University' of Washington. * · « · HCBBAHD DISPUTES the basis of Harrison's study, involving vertical s w e l l s in glaciers. Charts on all Yosemite glaciers show these (wells, Hubbard points out, but they also show a steady recession 1 within the mass of glacial ice. The charts indicate a strong likelihood the end of the ice age in North America, or at least in these southernmost glaciers, may be measured in decades rather than centuries or milleniums. TAR GAZER** -BfdATIfPOIiAN- ^T .*·«*« to*. Stall V To develop mtttag* for Sunday. wad words coif ·spending to numbers ef your Zodiac birth sign. 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