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Eklutna Glacier, a source of Anchorage drinking water, is disappearing drip by drip

2017
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this generic cito:isCitedBy (ref:7d61567b) Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States: The Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume II
this generic cito:isCitedBy (ref:7d61567b) chapter nca4 chapter 26 : Alaska
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identifier 11d1379d-b420-4c1d-85dc-840fc86d1326
reftype Newspaper Article
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Issue Date February 19
Newspaper Anchorage Daily News
Reporter Rosen, Yereth
Title Eklutna Glacier, a source of Anchorage drinking water, is disappearing drip by drip
URL https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/environment/2017/02/19/eklutna-glacier-source-of-anchorages-water-is-dripping-away-but-oh-so-slowly/
Year 2017
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