Greenland Melt Sets Record Weeks Before Summer Ends

Climate Central: Even as the sea ice on the Arctic Ocean looks to be headed for a possible record meltback this year, scientists reported Wednesday that the land-based ice sitting atop Greenland has already melted more than any time in the past 30 years -- and that's with another four weeks left in the melting season. The new study, based on satellite observations, expands on a report in July that showed a record 97 percent of Greenland's icy surface had undergone at least some melting during the summer season. ......

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