Thursday, April 14, 2016

Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Not Normal In Mid-April

Greenland's massive ice sheet has experienced such an early and extensive melt that scientists this week thought their models were broken when they saw the data. Summer-like warm temperatures and rain resulted in about 12 percent of the ice sheet surface area - 1.7 million square kilometres - showing signs of melting ice on Monday, scientists…


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