Greenland’s Melting Ice Raised Global Sea Level By 2.2mm In Two Months

Last year’s summer was so warm that it helped trigger the loss of 600bn tons of ice from Greenland – enough to raise global sea levels by 2.2mm in just two months, new research has found. The analysis of satellite data has revealed the astounding loss of ice in just a few months of abnormally high temperatures around the northern pole.

By Oliver Milman. The Guardian. March 19, 2020.

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