Which of the following European mountain ranges will rise the most in the next century? Scandinavian Mountains! The whole Scandinavia experiences uplift as a result of post-glacial rebound. In northern Europe, this is clearly shown by the GPS data obtained by the BIFROST GPS network. The average uplift is less than 1cm/year, but it may accumulate to 400m during next 10,000 years.
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Scottish mountains are relatively low – the highest peak, Ben Nevis, stands 1344 meters above the sea level, which makes it a mere dwarf when compared to the highest peaks of Alps, Carpathians or other European mountain ranges. However, owing to their rugged nature, severe and often unpredictable weather with frequent rain and strong winds, paths starting at (or almost at) the sea level and often very remote location (particularly in West and Northwest Highlands), they are more difficult…
Bad news for hikers and winter sports fans: Climate change has a strong effect on the Alps because they're at a lower altitude than other mountain ranges, such as the Rockies. Every year, the European mountain range loses around 3% of glacial ice, which means that by 2050 there might not be any more glaciers. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/places-to-visit-before-they-disappear-2015-4?op=1#ixzz3YHjhfiPa
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