Arctic And Greenland Ice Melting At Shocking Speed
Thursday, September 3, 2009 7:51:41 PM
On 2 September: “Arctic sea ice thickness down 53 percent”.
U.S. scientists using satellite data and records from cold war submarine missions have found Arctic Ocean ice thickness has declined 53 percent since 1980.
On 3 September: “Greenland Glaciers Melting At Shocking Speed”.
Can it be repeated too often - or often enough - that the fate of the world’s ice sheets remains one of the biggest concerns in the field of climate prediction?
Image Narsaq, Greenland, July 2002 (Ole Nielsen)