Study claims more frequent rains over Greenland causing ice to melt faster

Study claims more frequent rains over Greenland causing ice to melt faster

The Danish Meteorological Institute in Copenhagen has released a study that claims the massive ice sheets in Greenland are melting at an accelerated rate due to an increase in the frequency of rain. On more than 300 occasions between 1979-2012, the analysis of the scientists found that rainfall events were directly causing ice to melt. The study cites climate change as the cause of this anomaly.

Samuel Pearson
Samuel Pearson
Nika D
Nika D 1 year

Please please please get the Pacific Northwest first! Ooh, and maybe the UK?

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