‘Massive melting event’ hits Greenland after record heat wave – .

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‘Massive melting event’ hits Greenland after record heat wave – .


of Greenland A huge ice cap has been hit by a “massive melt event,” with enough ice that disappeared in a single day last week to cover all of Florida in two inches (5 centimeters) of water, have discovered by Danish researchers.
Since July 27, approximately 9.37 billion tonnes (8.5 billion metric tonnes) of ice have been lost per day on the surface of the enormous ice sheet, double its normal average rate of loss in summer. , Polar portal, reported a Danish site managed by arctic climate researchers. The huge loss comes after temperatures in northern Greenland soared above 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius), which is double the summer average, the The Danish Meteorological Institute reported.



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