Faster ice melt in Greenland could mean stronger hurricanes for North America’s East Coast: study

Ice is melting in an unexpected region of Greenland at a rate that is unprecedented in the past century, according

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Warming Arctic shrinking Canadian glaciers at alarming rate says study

Arctic glaciers are shrinking at an alarming rate and show no signs of regeneration, says a recent study conducted in

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Glacier half the size of Manhattan breaks off Greenland

All was quiet on June 22 as Canadian husband-and-wife scientists David and Denise Holland settled in for the night off

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Blog: Greenland ice holds Cold War peril

It sounds like something from a science-fiction novel or a disaster movie. A hidden city under ice, housing 200 people,

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Ice-Blog: Can we halt Arctic melt? Hard question for UN advisor

I had a very interesting high-profile visitor here at Deutsche Welle this week. Bonn, John Le Carré’s “Small Town in

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Ice-Blog: Arctic sea ice, Greenland and Europe’s weird weather

As I write this, I am sitting in a short-sleeved shirt with the window open, enjoying an unusually warm start

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Ice-Blog: Anthropocene -No ice age – more blizzards?

If you are sitting somewhere on the East Coast of the USA, struggling to cope with 30 inches of snow,

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Ice-Blog: Can Paris avert threat to cryosphere?

To those of us who work on polar subjects, there is no question about the relevance of the cryosphere to

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