SUMMARY OF ARTICLE: "An avalanche of ice that killed nine in western Tibet may be a sign that climate change has come to the region, a new study finds." Essentially, a huge avalanche occurred. 98 feet in elevation, and stretching well over 4 square miles, this immense glacier spilled and slipped. Although seemingly insignificant, scientist Andreas Kääb, a glaciologist at the University of Oslo, said "Melt water at the base of the glacier must have hastened the slide of the debris (Live Science)." Tibet's glaciers have so far been stable in the face of warming temperatures, according to the researchers. In southern and eastern Tibet, the glaciers have been melting much more rapidly. Ultimately, this article is trying to depict the growing globalized problem of Climate Change.