Off the back of substantial SMB gains over the last two years, the Greenland ice sheet looks set to continue that trend in 2018-19.
Large areas to the west and south-east are gaining RECORD LEVELS for this time of year.
Check out the latest measurements from October 27, 2018:
The Greenland ice sheet is growing again.
The Modern Maximum is over, welcome to the next Grand Solar Minimum.
As ice sheets grow a process called ‘calving’ occurs.
Calving is the breaking of ice chunks from the edge of a glacier and is normally caused by the glacier expanding — not melting!
Read more on that below:
It’s the sun, folks.
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