Relatively Small Rise In Temperature But In Very Long Term, Melts Greenland Ice Sheet Completely

The Greenland ice sheet is more sensitive to global warming than thought, for just a relatively small, but very long term, temperature rise would melt it completely, according to a study.

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The Expansion Of Water As Oceans Warm & Melting Of Poles’ Ice Caps Are Main Driver Of Sea Level Rise

Melting ice from mountain glaciers particularly in Asia, are having a much smaller effect on sea levels than previously thought, with a ‘negligible mass loss’ over the last ten years.

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Absence Of Arctic Sea Ice Starting Summer Of 2015, Threatens Polar Bear With Extinction

Starting the summer of 2015, it is predicted that the Arctic sea ice could disappear thus destroying the natural habitat of polar bears and other animals in the region, according to a leading British ocean expert.

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Glaciers Has Enough Ice To Raise World Sea Levels

In a study published in the journal Nature Geoscience, Greenland the second biggest ice sheet behind Antarctica serves as a new piece of puzzle that each one of us needs to understand.

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