iceagenow.com - Glaciers that are Growing
19 May 2005 - According to a new study published in the online edition of Science, the East Antarctic Ice Sheet gained about 45 billion tons of ice between 1992 and 2003. The ice sheets are several kilometers thick in places, and contain about 90% of the world's ice. This means that more than 90 percent of the world's glaciers are growing thicker - while the media keeps yelling about the ones that are melting.Well ... that's not quite correct. Most of the Antarctic ice is not actually considered to be glaciers - moving rivers of ice. Perhaps "90 percent of the world's ice is increasing" would be more accurate.
"Since 1980, there has been an advance of more than 55% of the 625 mountain glaciers under observation by the World Glacier Monitoring group in Zurich. (From 1926 to 1960, some 70-95% of these glaciers were in retreat.)This reference claims that
This reference totally debunks iceagenow.com as pure crap. I agree with some of that ... but there are a lot of good references. You should read both articles and decide for yourself.