Two Lakes Discovered Under Greenland’s Ices

Softpedia: A team of researchers with the Scott Polar Research Institute (SPRI) from the University of Cambridge announces the discovery of two subglacial lakes in Greenland, the first of their kind to be found on the island. Similar formations were thus far only known to exist beneath the Antarctic ice sheets. According to the research group, these lakes are now only one third of their previous area. Measurements conducted by the team revealed that each of the two lakes covers an area of 8 to 10 square......

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