Six Billion Tons Of New Snow In Greenland

The Greenland Ice Sheet accumulated six billion tons of new snow yesterday, as the North Pole is having their coldest start to summer on record.

Surface Conditions: Polar Portal

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2 Responses to Six Billion Tons Of New Snow In Greenland

  1. Kevin P says:

    I recently flew over. It helps to see it from 37,000 feet… an ice sheet as far as the eye can see.

  2. AV says:

    Maybe Michael Mann should take a nice holiday to Greenland.

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