Study Shows Canada’s Far North Glaciers Are Melting Fast

Climate News Network: Canada's Arctic Archipelago glaciers will melt faster than ever in the next few centuries, research by European-funded scientists has shown. They say 20 percent of the Canadian Arctic glaciers may have disappeared by the end of this century, which would mean an extra sea level rise of 3.5cm (1.4 inches). The results of the research, part of the EU-funded ice2sea program, will be published in Geophysical Research Letters this week, and the paper, Irreversible mass loss of Canadian Arctic Archipelago......

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