The ice loss was more than twice the annual average since 2003, the scientists said by
Greenland lost a record amount of ice in 2019, researchers reported Thursday. Nearly half of it was lost in July, when the region roasted from an unusual heat wave.
The ice loss was more than twice the annual average since 2003, the scientists said by
The ice loss was more than twice the annual average since 2003, the scientists said by
Loss of Greenland Ice Sheet Reached a Record Last Year - via
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It's increasingly unlikely that Greenland will have years with a net ice gain, researcher Michalea King said. “It’s kind of a double whammy,” she said “Only one of every 100 years would we expect to have mass gain.” The latest from