Times Atlas makes ‘absurd’ claims about shrinking of Greenland ice sheet

Telegraph: The latest edition of the Times Atlas of the World claimed15 per cent of Greenland's former ice-covered land has turned "ice-free" in the last 12 years. But scientists from the Scott Polar Research Institute at Cambridge University say the figures are wrong, and that the ice has melted by less than one per cent during that time. Professor Liz Morris, a senior associate at the institute, said a "serious error' had been made. She said the cartographers appeared to have muddled satellite data......

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