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NASA Flights Gauge Summer Sea Ice Melt In Arctic

Earlier this year Arctic sea ice sank to a record low wintertime extent for the third straight year. Now NASA is flying a set of instruments north of Greenland to observe the impact of the melt season..
Eurasia Review

Satellite snafu masked true sea-level rise

The numbers didn't add up. Even as Earth grew warmer and glaciers and ice sheets thawed, decades of satellite data seemed to show that the rate of sea level rise was holding steady — or even..
Deccan Herald

Videos for greenland

News video: Geography Go! ICELAND (Geography Now!)

Geography Go! ICELAND (Geography Now!) 16:33

We sponsored to do a video in Greenland, on our way though we had to stop in Iceland. Therefore by the rules of logic, we decided to make a video for Iceland as well. Why not?
Source: Rumble -

News video: Tianjin Quanjian beat Shanghai Greenland 3-0 in Chinese championship

Tianjin Quanjian beat Shanghai Greenland 3-0 in Chinese championship 01:35

**~ VIDEO SHOWS: TWO GOALS FROM ZHAO XURI AND ONE FROM ALEXANDRE PATO AS TIANJIN WIN SHOWS: TIANJIN, CHINA (JULY 16, 2017)(IMG - SEE RESTRICTIONS) TIANJIN QUANJIAN (WHITE) V SHANGHAI GREENLAND
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Geography GO! GREENLAND! (Geography now)

Geography GO! GREENLAND! (Geography now) 18:59

My #1 Destination. This truly was a dream come true. Thanks so much to all the people involved:
Source: Rumble -

News video: Is Antarctica Breaking?

Is Antarctica Breaking? 00:51

(CNN)A huge ice sheet more than half the size of Qatar could be about to break off from Antarctica. If the Larsen C breaks free, it'll be one of the world's biggest ever icebergs, measuring 6,000..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: NYC Woman Clocked Doing 111 On I-95

NYC Woman Clocked Doing 111 On I-95 00:25

New Hampshire State Police say they clocked a New York City resident cruising I-95 near Greenland doing 111 miles-per-hour. WBZ-TV's Chris McKinnon reports.
Source: WBZ CBS Boston -

 

Human-induced climate change may cause significant rise in sea levels, warns IPCC

Valerie Masson-Delmotte, co-chair of IPCC Working Group I, said at the Australian National University (ANU) that human influence on the climate has contributed to changes in the warming of the..
Zee News

US lawmaker calls for removal of country quotas for green cards

An influential American lawmaker has called for the removal of country-specific quotas for green cards in the US, saying the system was unjust for people from countries like India and..
Deccan Herald

Sharks could hold genetic secret to long life

Greenland sharks, the longest living vertebrates on Earth which live for up to 400 years, could hold the secret to long life, geneticists mapping their DNA say. 
Zee News

Global sea level rise accelerates since 1990, study shows

OSLO (Reuters) - The rise in global sea levels has accelerated since the 1990s amid rising temperatures, with a thaw of Greenland's ice sheet pouring ever more water into the oceans, scientists said on..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Child, three adults feared dead in flooded Greenland village

A rockslide into the sea triggered the waves that hit the small island commutity of Nuugaatsiaq late on Saturday, the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland said.
DNA

Scientists to explore meltwater at Greenland Cold War camp

Scientists in Denmark plan an expedition to Greenland's remote northwest to measure how fast ice is melting around a Cold War-era US military base, which risks leaking toxic waste into the environment.
DNA

Four people missing after flooding in remote Greenland village

Four people are missing after large waves flooded a remote settlement in Greenland this weekend, Greenland officials said on Sunday.
DNA

NASA reveals new mode of ice loss in Greenland

A new NASA study has revealed a new mode of ice loss in Greenland that may increase the potential for sustained loss of mass as the climate continues to warm up, with implications for the future rate..
BGR India Also reported by •DNA

NASA study on hottest summers in Greenland churned out a new discovery and it&#039;s worrying!

This solitary wave is a new discovery that may increase the potential for sustained ice loss in Greenland as the climate continues to warm, with implications for the future rate of sea level rise.
Zee News

Trillions of plastic bits, swept by current, litter Arctic waters

The world's oceans are littered with trillions of pieces of plastic — bottles, bags, toys, fishing nets and more, mostly in tiny particles — and now this seaborne junk is making its way..
Deccan Herald

NASA captures first images of enormous crack in Greenland&#039;s Petermann Glacier!

The images are a clear indication of a significant chasm near the center of the glacier’s floating ice shelf — an unusual location that raises questions on its formation.
Zee News

Denmark spurned Chinese offer for Greenland base over security - sources

Denmark decided to turn down an offer last year from Chinese mining company General Nice Group to buy an abandoned naval base on Greenland due to security concerns, sources involved in the decision..
DNA

Some of Greenland's coastal ice may be lost by 2100: study

Researchers at Ohio State University in the US found that melting on the island passed a tipping point 20 years ago.
DNA Also reported by •Zee News

Key Al Qaeda leader killed in US airstrike in Afghanistan

*Washington:* A senior Al Qaeda leader responsible for two major attacks in Pakistan was killed in a US counter-terrorism airstrike conducted last week in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said in a..
Mid-Day

Climate change causing 'early blooms' in Arctic

A new study has found, climate change and diminishing ice cover is causing spring to come sooner to some plant species in the Arctic, while other species are delaying their emergence amid warming..
All India Radio

Arctic is already witnessing spring – thanks to climate change!

The study covers 12 years of observations at a West Greenland field site near Russell Glacier, a dynamic front protruding from the massive inland ice sheet that covers most of the island.
Zee News


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