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  • glaciers cover about 10% of the world's total land area.

    冰川面積約佔世界陸地總面積的10%。

  • When you think of them, what might come to mind are these supermassive chunks of immovable ice, but some of them are anything but Jim Glacier, the smallest one in Montana's Glacier National Park, covers only about five acres, which is like five football fields.

    當你想到它們的時候,你可能會想到的是這些超大塊的不動的冰塊,但其中有些冰塊卻完全不是吉姆冰川,吉姆冰川是蒙大拿州冰川國家公園中最小的一個冰川,面積只有5英畝左右,就像5個足球場。

  • And the Alaska Almanac states that the state of Alaska alone is home to 100,000 glaciers.

    而《阿拉斯加年鑑》指出,僅阿拉斯加州就有10萬條冰川。

  • Also, they move maybe not so fast that you can watch them drift like a boat over water.

    另外,它們的移動速度也許並不快,你可以看著它們像船一樣在水面上漂移。

  • But whether glaciers are crunching downward through valleys are spreading away from a central point.

    但冰川是否正在通過山谷向下擠壓,正在從一箇中心點向外擴散。

  • These ice masses slip, slide, creep and crawl across the surface, scientists say.

    科學家說,這些冰塊在地表上滑行、滑動、蠕動和爬行。

  • Most of the world's glaciers are shrinking, those some are getting larger and investigations were taking place worldwide.

    世界上大部分的冰川都在縮小,那些一些冰川正在變大,世界各地都在進行調查。

  • CNN's Holly Firfer recently took a tour of one that's said to be the largest U.

    美國有線電視新聞網(CNN)的霍利-費弗(Holly Firfer)最近參觀了一個據說是美國最大的。

  • S glacier that's accessible by a car.

    S冰川,可以乘車前往。

  • Glaciers majestic and mysterious.

    冰川雄偉而神祕。

  • These icy giants make up about 10% of the world's landmass remnants of the last ice age, and they continue to transform as new layers of snow berry and compressed the layers before it here in Alaska, about 100 miles north of Anchorage, sits the Matanuska Glacier.

    這些冰雪巨人佔了上個冰河時代世界陸地遺蹟的10%,它們繼續轉化為新的雪層,並壓縮了之前的雪層,在阿拉斯加,安克雷奇以北約100英里處,坐落著馬塔努斯卡冰川。

  • It's about 27 miles long, four miles wide.

    長約27裡,寬4裡。

  • So we thought, Hey, why not hike it first, we needed a guide in the winter.

    於是我們想,嘿,不如先徒步吧,冬天我們需要一個嚮導。

  • Especially.

    特別是。

  • Glaciers can be dangerous because you can't see below the snow everything on the trail safe.

    冰川可能是危險的,因為你不能看到雪下面的一切在小徑上安全。

  • You take one step off the trail and there might be a hole there, so it is really important that we do stay on the trail.

    你走一步路,那裡可能就會有一個洞,所以我們確實要留在小路上,這一點非常重要。

  • So we joined guides Tiffany and John from Salmon Berry Tours for our Glacier Hike adventure.

    於是,我們和來自鮭魚漿果旅遊公司的導遊Tiffany和John一起參加了我們的冰川徒步探險。

  • We drive right up to the edge of it, and then we put on gear way.

    我們直接開到它的邊緣,然後我們把齒輪的方式。

  • Have spikes for our feet.

    我們的腳有釘子。

  • We put on helmets for precaution.

    我們戴上頭盔,以防萬一。

  • After a brief introduction to the glacier, we were off.

    在簡單介紹了冰川之後,我們就出發了。

  • Now we got some moose tracks right over here.

    現在,我們得到了一些駝鹿的足跡就在這裡。

  • This'll way get up to use, um, hires where there's some terrific views of the surrounding valley.

    這將方式起床使用,嗯,僱用那裡有一些周圍山谷的可怕的意見。

  • Andi, All the while, we're looking around at the features of the glacier.

    安迪,我們一直在觀察周圍的冰川特徵。

  • Um, there's black ice basil ice.

    嗯,有黑冰羅勒冰。

  • Uh, there's Mullan's and crevasses.

    呃,有Mullan的和縫隙。

  • If you are wondering what those are, so were we, but not for long.

    如果你想知道那些是什麼,我們也想知道,但時間不長。

  • Part of our adventure was the hike.

    我們冒險的一部分是徒步旅行。

  • The other part was learning about these massive natural wonders.

    另一部分是瞭解這些巨大的自然奇觀。

  • Ah, crevasses.

    啊,縫隙。

  • A crack in the ice, various sizes.

    冰面上的裂縫,大小不一。

  • Some are small and some can swallow a vehicle.

    有的小,有的能吞下一輛車。

  • So Mulan's air holes in the ice they form when flowing water flows off of it on, it's sort of rose into the glacier itself.

    所以木蘭在冰上的氣孔,它們是在流水從冰上流過時形成的,它有點像上升到冰川本身。

  • It creates some really amazing features, just kind of weird sort of carvings inside the ice, a giant hole in the ice.

    它創造了一些非常驚人的特徵,只是在冰層裡有一些奇怪的雕刻,在冰層裡有一個巨大的洞。

  • Okay, then let's check it out.

    好吧,那我們就去看看吧。

  • So we're gonna go in here about two at a time.

    所以,我們要去這裡 大約兩個在一個時間。

  • You don't have to be perfectly physically fit way.

    你不必完全身體健康的方式。

  • Always like to know if you have any limitations physically before you come out.

    出來之前總想知道自己身體上有沒有什麼限制。

  • It's nothing extreme in terms of going up or down inclines.

    在上坡或下坡方面,並不是什麼極端的事情。

  • But just be prepared for stepping on uneven surfaces.

    但只要做好踩在不平整表面的準備就可以了。

  • We're only about a mile in, and the views are becoming even more spectacular every step you take.

    我們才走了一英里,你每走一步,景色都會變得更加壯觀。

  • Perhaps what's most remarkable, besides the dramatic landscapes, is the vastness and the stillness of the surroundings.

    也許最引人注目的,除了戲劇性的風景,就是周圍環境的遼闊和靜謐。

  • A lot of times, when I take groups out there, I'll get to a point on the tour and I'll say, Okay, let's just stop and let's just take a couple minutes and listen to the silence and it without fail after, like a minute.

    很多時候,當我帶著團隊去那裡,我會得到一個點上的旅遊,我會說,好吧,讓我們只是停止,讓我們只是花幾分鐘,聽沉默,它沒有失敗後,像一分鐘。

  • You just You just kind of start looking around like you feel that, can't you people that come out they might be a little intimidated by the cold or by the drive.

    你只是... ...你只是那種開始環顧四周 就像你覺得,不能你的人出來 他們可能會有點害怕 由冷或由驅動器。

  • You know, we take care of a lot of that, and so we tryto make it so that it's, um, something that you can really.

    你知道,我們採取了很多的照顧, 所以我們試圖使它的,嗯, 東西,你真的可以。

  • You can really take memories back.

    你真的可以把記憶帶回去。

  • It's not something people do every day, right?

    這不是人們每天都在做的事情吧?

  • Say that you walked on a glacier.

    說你走在冰川上。

  • Its's really unique.

    它真的很獨特。

glaciers cover about 10% of the world's total land area.

冰川面積約佔世界陸地總面積的10%。

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 02 月 16 日
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