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Arctic ice melt News

‘Unstoppable' loss of Antarctic glaciers prompts sealevel warning

Irvine - The rapidly melting West Antarctic Ice Sheet is in an irreversible state of decline according to the latest NASA study. As a result, the "ice-dam" preventing glaciers in the area melting into the sea will ultimately disappear.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

Greenland's Jakobshavn glacier retreating at record speeds

Ilulissat - One of Greenland’s largest glaciers is moving at speeds never before recorded. In the process it’s moving ice from the Greenland ice sheet into the ocean at record rates.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 3 comments

New satellite data measures Arctic sea ice volume at record low

Edinburgh - Latest observations on Arctic sea ice from the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Cryosat mission, presented at a symposium in Edinburgh, Scotland, last week, reveal a new record low volume of sea ice in the northern polar region.
In the Media by Robert Myles

New records for Arctic ice melt and CO2 emissions during 2012

Boulder - This week, the American Meteorological Society (AMS) published its climatic report card for 2012, “State of the Climate in 2012.” The report makes gloomy reading, highlighting record Arctic ice melt and unprecedented CO2 emissions from fossil fuels.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

John Kerry fighting a different Cold War as Arctic Council meets

Kiruna - Secretary of State John Kerry was engaged in a different type of Cold War last week as he met with representatives of nations bordering the Arctic at the conclusion of Sweden’s two year chairmanship of the Arctic Council.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 2 comments

What Antarctica looks like without ice — the Bedmap 2 Project

A new study of the physical properties of the Antarctic landmass has revealed the most detailed map yet produced, showing a landscape of mountain ranges gorges and ravines significantly deeper than ever imagined.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

Greenland Ice Sheet melt 'unprecedented' in 2012

After 2012's unprecedented melting of Greenland's Ice Sheet, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) last week launched a new website dedicated to providing up to date satellite data and scientific analysis of what is happening in Greenland.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 4 comments

The Big Thaw: Permafrost thaw to cause significant Global Warming

Thawing of permafrost is expected to cause significant additional global warming, not yet accounted for in climate predictions, warn scientists attached to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in a report released this week..
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

UN report: Arctic ice melt in 2012 larger than US land area

Doha - A new report by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), says that an area of Arctic sea ice larger that the area of the US melted this year. According to the UN weather agency, the effects of global climate change are playing "before our eyes."
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Global Warming heat melts away 'denialism'

No one contests opposition to an issue. That’s how debates are framed in democratic societies. However, nothing can be more cynical than living in a fool’s paradise with an ostrich like approach to issues that threaten the survival of mankind.
In the Media by Ajit Jha - 5 comments

Arctic summer ice melt has raised more questions than ever

Whatever the causes, the Arctic ice melt has got agreement on one point: there is a problem. Arctic scientists are racking their brains trying to encompass the ramifications of the huge seasonal melt this year.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 2 comments
 

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Retreat of the Jakobshavn Glacier in Greenland between 1851 and 2006. Since 2000 the speed of retrea...
NASA
Retreat of the Jakobshavn Glacier in Greenland between 1851 and 2006. Since 2000 the speed of retreat has picked up markedly
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The extent of Arctic sea ice on Aug. 26  2012  the day the sea ice dipped to its previous smallest e...
Scientific Visualization Studio, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
The extent of Arctic sea ice on Aug. 26, 2012, the day the sea ice dipped to its previous smallest extent before the release of the data for September 2012.The line on the image shows the average minimum extent from the period covering 1979-2010, as measured by satellites. Every summer the Arctic ice cap melts down to what scientists call its “minimum” before colder weather builds the ice cover back up.
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The Petermann Glacier grinds and slides toward the sea along the northwestern coast of Greenland  te...
NASA Images
The Petermann Glacier grinds and slides toward the sea along the northwestern coast of Greenland, terminating in a giant floating ice tongue.
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A river in Greenland augmented by ice melt: The river that runs through Kanger  called Akuliarusiars...
John Maurer, University of Colorado
A river in Greenland augmented by ice melt: The river that runs through Kanger, called Akuliarusiarsuup Kuua in Greenlandic, but also known as Watson River. This river is very milky looking because it is formed by melt-water from the ice sheet. The grey river banks are not ice, but rocks now exposed
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Canadian Cabinet Minister Leona Aglukkaq  representing Canada at the 2013 meeting of the Arctic Coun...
Arctic Council
Canadian Cabinet Minister Leona Aglukkaq, representing Canada at the 2013 meeting of the Arctic Council, signs the Kiruna Declaration with US Secretary of State John Kerry in the background.
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Iceberg from Jakobshavn Isbræ  Disko Bay  Greenland.  Jacobshavn Glacier is retreating at an accele...
Ian Joughin, PSC/APL/UW
Iceberg from Jakobshavn Isbræ, Disko Bay, Greenland. Jacobshavn Glacier is retreating at an accelerating rate. Once icebergs calve from Jakobshavn Isbræ they float roughly 60 kms down the fjord, often become trapped in a shallow region where the fjord enters Disko Bay, near Ilulissat.
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