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Greenland's ice melting four times faster than in 2003
Greenland‘s ice is melting far faster than initially thought and may have reached a ‘tipping point’, with the rate of ice loss now four times quicker than it was in 2003, a new study suggests.
North American glaciers melting much faster than 10 years ago: Study
Glaciers in western North America, excluding Alaska, are melting four times faster than in the previous decade, with changes in the jet stream exacerbating the longer-term effects of climate change, according to a new study.
Wintertime heat melting Greenland's ice sheet: Scientists
Greenland's ice sheet, the second largest in the world, is melting in winter due to heat from the ocean, recent research said.
Melting of Greenland's ice is 'off the charts,' study shows
Greenland's massive ice sheets contain enough water to raise global sea levels by 23 feet, and a new study shows that they are melting at a rate ‘unprecedented’ over centuries – and likely thousands of years.
Climate change is melting the French Alps
For the tourists thronging the streets and pavement cafes of Chamonix, the neck-craning view of Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in the Alps, is as dazzling as ever.
Seals help scientists study Antarctic ice sheet melting
A mass of warm, saline water, called circumpolar deep water, or CDW, found in the Southern Ocean's Amundsen Sea, has been blamed for the destabilization of Antarctica's ice shelves.
'Greenland Melting' premieres at Venice filmfest's VR section
A documentary from Nova, Frontline and the Emblematic Group, 'Greenland Melting', premiered as part of the 74th Venice Film Festival's VR lineup.
Unchecked Arctic melting may bring irreversible change
Quickly melting ice in the Arctic with no effort to stop it may someday bring a stage where critical ecological change is uncontrollable, a team of international scientists said.
Melting sea ice leaves polar bears hungry
Sea ice really is the platform of polar bears for life. They are capable of existing on land for part of the year, but the sea ice is where they obtain their main prey.
Melting Greenland ice sheet can affect ocean circulation
Scientists from the University of South Florida, along with colleagues in Canada and the Netherlands, have determined that the influx of fresh water from the Greenland ice sheet is freshening the North Atlantic Ocean and could disrupt the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), an important component of global ocean circulation that could have a global effect. Researchers say it could impact the future climate in places such as portions of Europe and North America, Science World Report reported.
Iran’s new biosphere reserve registered
A new Iranian biosphere reserve has been registered under UNESCO's Man and Biosphere Reserve Program.

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