Tibet is where China’s three biggest rivers originate. Any big changes to water storage and distribution in the region would likely have a massive ecological and economic impact. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Global warming serving up drinks without ice for rapidly expanding ‘Monster Lake’ in Tibet, new study suggests

Latest research by Chinese scientists seeks to demystify impact of global warming on largest and fastest-expanding lake in ‘Asia’s water tower’, claims glacial melt played minor role compared to rain and snow

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Tibet is where China’s three biggest rivers originate. Any big changes to water storage and distribution in the region would likely have a massive ecological and economic impact. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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