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While this record early melt is mostly from natural weather on top of overall global warming, scientists say they are concerned about what it means when the melt season kicks in this summer. This however could be temporary. On Monday and Tuesday, about 12 percent of the ice sheet surface area — , square miles or 1.
It smashed record for early melting by more than three weeks. Normally, no ice should be melting in Greenland at this time of year. Before now, the earliest Greenland had more than 10 percent surface area melting was on May 5, back in Langen said the amount of melt now is not the issue, timing is: The rain and the above freezing temperatures help melt the ice. Inland at Kangerlussuaq, it was 64 degrees Louis and San Francisco.
Langen and other scientists said this is part of a natural weather system, but man-made climate change has worsened this. Langen said the measurements are based on scores of observations from monitors on the ice fed into a computer simulation. NASA normally measures melt with a satellite, but there are problems with the instruments, Meier said. Still, Mote said the satellite, if correct, showed on Monday conditions similar to what Denmark is reporting. Greenland ice sheet melting is one of the more visible and key signs of man-made global warming from the burning of fossil fuels because it is causing seas to rise, putting coastal areas at risk, Meier said.
If the entire Greenland ice sheet melted, which would take centuries, it could add 20 feet or more to global sea level, Meier said. But within the next century, Greenland ice melt alone could raise sea level by a couple feet, he said. Sanders takes heat for surrogate's 'whores' remark. This story has been shared 25, times. This story has been shared 22, times. This story has been shared 20, times. View author archive Get author RSS feed. Greenland's massive ice sheet seen from 40, feet.
An iceberg floats in the sea near Qeqertarsuaq, Disko Island, Greenland. AP Langen said the amount of melt now is not the issue, timing is: Drops of water fall from a melting iceberg near Nuuk, Greenland.