Date: 8 months ago   Category: Science

The Greenland board thaws record rates - scientists


According to relevant data, the speed of thawing of glaciers in 20 and 21 centuries considerably accelerated. The Greenland glacial board thaws quicker than schedules - rates reached record levels. About it it is noted in the report published by the Phys.org magazine. According to data of a research, thawing went steadily and measuredly to the middle of the 19th century, however at 20-21 century rates it considerably accelerated. Present speed of thawing of a board is record for the last one thousand years. Because of it experts probably should revise schedules of replenishment of the World Ocean. In general fifty-percentage increase in total amount of melt water in an ice cover since start of industrial era is noted. And since the beginning of the 20th century also thirty-percentage growth is noted. At the same time thawing of the Greenland board is one of the major factors influencing increase in global sea level. "Greenland is much more sensitive to further temperature increase now, than it was only 50 years ago", - authors of a research note. Earlier it was reported that removed catastrophic thawing of a glacier from the satellite the Dome of Vavilov located in the Arctic. News отв Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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