Ice loss relative to 1970 for the glaciers in the World Glacier Monitoring Service's climate reference network. Including the preliminary values for 2019-2020, these glaciers have lost a volume of ice equivalent to about 27.5 meters (90 feet) of water spread out over each glacier. Data from WGMS.
Retreat of Alaska’s Muir Glacier between August 1941 and August 2004. In the six decades between the photos, the glacier has retreated far into the mountains. Photos from the National Snow and Ice Data Center.