Tibet is Melting and Turning into Desert

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Uploaded by Essinova on January 1, 2008

China's Yellow River is drying up, vast grassland is turning into desert. Shocking images.

Halong Glaciers in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the source of China's Yellow River, have shrunk by 17% during the past 30 years. This could leave the region without glaciers by the end of the century and is an alarming sign of climate impact on the source of China's mother river- the Yellow River

Tags: yellow river, global warming, glacier, melting, drought, desert, grassland, tibet

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