Now and then:Iceland's vanishing glaciers
Iceland's skaftafellsjokull is a spur from the nation's vatnajokull ice cap, which is europe's largest glacier.
In 1989, photographer colin baxter visited the glacier in the course of a circle of relatives holiday and took a picture of the frozen panorama.
Colin's son, dr kieran baxter, again to the exact location 30 years later.
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It had dramatically retreated, with scientists estimating it had reduced in size by using approximately 400 rectangular kilometres, which is about the scale of the isle of wight, as a result of climate alternate.