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Laurie Garrett
This is a roaring glacial melt, under the bridge to Kangerlussiauq, Greenland where it's 22C today and Danish officials say 12 billions tons of ice melted in 24 hours, yesterday.
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Laurie Garrett Aug 26
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Laurie Garrett Aug 26
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Eli_Xander Monarch 11 Aug 19
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Is the water being captured for using or let off to run into the oceans?
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Laurie Garrett 11 Aug 19
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It's dumping into a fjord in this case, and eventually, the ocean @Eliahood
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Laurie Garrett Aug 26
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Now this: Here's my latest, based on my recent trek across and -- thanks to real estate interest the world may finally give the Arctic some attention. And this is what all of you need to know.
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GESS 1 Aug 19
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Tony Heller 1 Aug 19
The Arctic was on fire in 1927 with 90+ temperatures. Pine forests need fire to regenerate. It is easy to become alarmed about ordinary phenomena which you are unfamiliar with.
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Minerva Hall 1 Aug 19
That can't be good.
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Matthew Prorok 1 Aug 19
It's not. This single heat wave is going to noticeably raise sea levels. To the level predicted for 2050.
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bob clendenin 1 Aug 19
yeah, everything's fine. Nothing to see here...
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Lou Redwood 1 Aug 19
I can see both sides of the melting ice.
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