Speed of Greenland Ice Melt Sets New Record
Greenland ice sheet saw record melt, study finds
The ice sheet covering Greenland melted at the fastest rate since records began in 1979, a new study shows. That’s important because the ice sheet is becoming a major contributor to projected sea level rises in coming decades.
Water was pouring relentlessly into the sea, which caused sea level to
increase decline 10 mm during 2010. Isn’t peer review grand?