Rain Observed at Greenland Ice Sheet Summit for First Time on Record

This past weekend, researchers at the National Science Foundation’s Summit Station observed rainfall at the peak of Greenland’s rapidly melting ice sheet for the first time on record — an event driven by warming temperatures. “This was the third time in less than a decade, and the latest date in the year on record, that the NationalContinue reading “Rain Observed at Greenland Ice Sheet Summit for First Time on Record”

Amount of ice which melted from Greenland on Tuesday ‘would cover Florida in two inches of water’

Greenland ice sheet contains enough water to raise global sea level by seven metres Scientists claim the ice that melted from Greenland on Tuesday would be enough to cover the US state of Florida in two inches of water. Ice sheets on the autonomous Danish territory are shrinking as temperatures in the Arctic reach recordContinue reading “Amount of ice which melted from Greenland on Tuesday ‘would cover Florida in two inches of water’”

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