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Is Greenland becoming more green than ice?

Is Greenland becoming more green than ice?

Dakota McLean, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

Ice sheets from all over the world are melting as a result of rising global temperatures. According to NASA’s climate webpage, Greenland lost 532 billion tons of ice in 2019. This was the most lost since 2012, when Greenland lost 464 billion tons. In 2019 we also saw less snowfall compared to 2017...

Years of global warming affect Arctic sea ice caps

Brittany Murdock, Staff Writer

September 28, 2012

The Arctic ice has officially stopped melting for the summer, but that does not mean we can rest easy. Researchers predict that the ice will be completely melted by year 2020, reports The New York Times, leaving animals in danger and sea levels rising. The National Snow and Ice Data Center released...