Ring of Fire: Climate Change Helping to Solve Long Cold Missing Person Cases

Ring of Fire: Climate Change Helping to Solve Long Cold Missing Person Cases

This week, Swiss police positively identified a set of bodies discovered in the Swiss Alps as longtime missing couple Marcelin and Francine Dumoulin.

The Dumoulins had been missing for nearly 75 years and were lost in the icy snow of the the alpine glacier on which they were discovered. But their bodies, and the bodies of many others facing similar fates, might never have been discovered had it not been for the growing issue of climate change.

In a fitting play on words, the thawing of ice in long-frozen areas, a direct consequence of warming global temperatures, is helping to thaw mysterious disappearances long gone cold.


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