Photos of how the Earth have changed over the years


Just as we as humans are changing, the Earth is also changing. There are a lot of differences that have been noticed in the space of a few years — some of them good and some of them bad.
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These photos have been taken from the NASA website and from them, we can clearly see how humans have changed how the world looks over the years.


For some of these photos, the time differences between them ranges from five to 100 years. We can see where things have changed for the better and some of worst.
Check out the photos below.
1. Pedersen Glacier in Alaska
Between 1917 and 2005.
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2. Aral Sea, Central Asia
Between 2000 and 2014
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3. Lake Oroville, California
Between 2010 and 2016
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4. Carroll Glacier, Alaska
Between 1906 and 2003.
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5. Powell Lake, Arizona
Between 1999 and 2014
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6. Bear Glacier, Alaska
Between 1909 and 2005
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7. Forests in Rondonia, Brazil
Between 1975 and 2009
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8. McCarty Glacier, Alaska
Between 1909 and 2004
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9. The Dasht River, Pakistan
Between 1999 and 2011
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10. Matterhorn Mountain in the Alps
Between 1960 and 2005
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11. Mabira Forest, Uganda
Between 2001 and 2006
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12. Toboggan Glacier, Alaska
Between 1909 and 2000
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13. Great Man-Made River, Libya
Between 1987 and 2010
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14. Qori Kalis Glacier, Peru
Between 1978 and 2011
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15. Mar Chiquita Lake, Argentina
Between 1998 and 2011
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16. Muir Glacier, Alaska.
Between 1941 and 2004
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17. Uruguay Forests, March
Between 1975 and 2009
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What do you think about these changes.

Source: YEN-GH
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