Meltwater runoff from Greenland becoming more erratic


A research, carried out as part of the Polar+ Surface Mass Balance Feasibility project, which used measurements from the Agency’s ice mission CryoSat, showed how Greenland’s meltwater runoff has risen by 21% over the past four decades, and has become 60% more erratic from one summer to the next.

Results have just been published in Nature Communications.

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