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Greenland's receding ice caps may expose a top-secret US nuclear project

A top-secret US military project from the cold war and the toxic waste it conceals, thought to have been buried forever beneath the Greenland icecap, are likely to be uncovered by rising temperatures within decades, scientists have said . The US ...
 Business Insider11 hours ago Melting Greenland ice may expose US 'spy city' waste  News241 day ago Greenland's receding icecap to expose top-secret US nuclear project  Panorama.am6 hours ago Buried secret city under Greenland's ice could leak nuclear waste as ice sheetmelts  Brief Report.co.uk1 day ago
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EnvironmentGuru.com

Greenland May Be Losing Ice Even Faster Than We Thought

Ocean Leadership ~ (Click to enlarge )A study just out in the journal Science Advances finds that previous studies may have underestimated the current rate of mass loss on the Greenland ice sheet by about 20 billion tons per year. (Photo courtesy ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com19 hours ago Greenland Is Melting Faster Than Expected  Seeker2 days ago Ice Loss at Greenland Is 7.6 Percent Faster Than Previously Thought  MedIndia5 days ago Greenland is Losing More Ice Than Scientists Thought  EnvironmentGuru.com5 days ago
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University of Copenhagen

Tracking the amount of sea ice from the Greenland ice sheet

Climate: The Greenland ice sheet records information about Arctic temperature and climate going back to more than 120 000 years ago. But new research from the Niels Bohr Institute among others reveals that the ice doesn't just tell us about the ...
 University of Copenhagen10 hours ago Greenland Ice Sheet has already caused nearly five metres sea-level rise  ScienceNordic11 hours ago Atmospheric acidity almost back down to preindustrial levels  New Atlas2 days ago Ice sheet in Greenland decreasing 7% faster than thought  Zee News4 days ago
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I visited Greenland, and now I'm freaking out about climate change

We were flying fast and steady, 300 meters over the fjord, when the helicopter pilot suddenly turned downwards, and our stomachs leapt up to our throats. Instead of blue sky, we now had ice in front of our eyes. A wall of ice. Thirty stories of ...
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Abu Dhabi National

Tibet's first football club aims at unity, struggles for Chinese players

Lhasa (AFP) - Green jersey soaked with sweat, midfielder Luosang Sanzhu practises his passing on the manicured pitch of Lhasa FC, Tibet's first football club -- the latest gambit to soothe lingering tensions between Tibetans and Han Chinese. ...
 Yahoo! Finance18 hours ago Ambitions abound for Lhasa FC: 'We want to show Tibet can also be a place for sports'  Abu Dhabi National11 hours ago Tibet's first football club struggles for Chinese players  MSN UK12 hours ago Final scores for Week 4 of High...  Todaysthv.com4 days ago
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International Business Times UK

Climate change may be irreversible

Current greenhouse gas concentrations could warm the world 3-7℃ (and on average 5℃) over coming millennia. That's the finding of a paper published in Nature today . The research, by Carolyn Snyder, reconstructed temperatures over the past 2 ...
 Business Insider UK1 day ago Emissions could already warm world to dangerous levels  ABC Online1 day ago Current emissions could already warm world to dangerous levels  Australian Geographic1 day ago Climate change: Current emissions could already warm world to dangerous levels  International Business Times UK1 day ago
University Of Bristol

Ancient arthropod ancestor had mouth like penis worm

BRISTOL, England, Sept. 26 (UPI) -- Thanks to new fossil evidence out of Greenland, scientists have finally solved the mystery of what exactly the mouth of a unique group of ancient arthropods looked like. Pambdelurion was an arthropod ancestor ...
 UPI2 days ago New fossil evidence, excavated from dig sites in North Greenland, suggests a unique group of ancient arthropods had a mouth like a penis worm.  TickerTech.com2 days ago Ancestor of arthropods had the mouth of a penis worm  University Of Bristol2 days ago 'Star Wars' Sarlacc's Mouth Found on Prehistoric Wor...  Seeker2 days ago
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Slate Magazine

Global Warming Is Real—But 13 Degrees? Not So Fast

View Images Greenland is among the regions of the Earth that are experiencing the most rapid changes from global warming. If a new study were correct, all of the planet's ice could melt in the coming centuries. Photograph by Diane Cook & Len ...
 National Geographic2 days ago An Exploding Volcano Slowed Global Warming. Briefly.  Slate Magazine6 days ago
Japan Times

Greenland Ice Loss 40 Trillion Pounds More Than Previously Thought

Greenland is losing about 40 trillion pounds more ice a year than scientists had thought, according to a new study that used GPS to help estimate how much is melting. So instead of losing on average 550 trillion pounds of ice each year between ...
 Claims Journal2 days ago Greenland losing 40 trillion more pounds of ice annually than thought, GPS finds  Japan Times6 days ago
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