“Glaciers Might Not Be Able to Recover from Climate Change”

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The press says Greenland’s Petermann Glacier is disappearing due to the use of fossil fuels and might not be able to recover.

More Damaging Than Previously Thought: Glaciers Might Not Be Able To Recover From Climate Change

Greenland’s Petermann Glacier has been growing about 1km per year for the last ten years.

EOSDIS Worldview

The surface mass balance of Greenland has been above average for four of the last six years and almost every day this summer.

Surface Conditions: Polar Portal

Over the past year there has been a large excess in the accumulated anomaly at lower elevations, where the ice is supposed to be melting.

Surface Conditions: Polar Portal

via Real Climate Science


July 28, 2022