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The Danish meteorologist, Steffen Olsen and his band of sled dogs to walk on a thin sheet of ice on a frozen sea, and are flooded by melted glacier water.
An integral part was a trip through the north-west of Greenland, the last week in order to repair the tools used by the scientists of the Danish Meteorological Institute to monitor the ocean and the weather is changing, but he couldn’t find it. Unfortunately, in Inglefield Gulf, which he had traveled, mostly to ice, and the snow-covered, flooded with water from Greenland’s melting ice sheet.
The enchanting picture Olsen snapped on June 13as, they waded out on the case for the ice sheet, it gives the illusion that the dogs are walking on the water, but it is something that is not a gimmick. Experts say that this figure is an indicator of the planet’s climate crisis.
“@SteffenMalskaer was given the difficult task of getting on with our oceanographic moorings and the weather station on the sea ice in the North-West of Greenland this year,” said Olsen’s colleague, Rasmus Tonboe via Twitter while sharing the incredible photo. “The rapid melting of the sea ice with a low permittivity, and a couple of cracks to let the melted water at the top.”
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Dog sledding in the north-west of Greenland, with their legs in liquid ice.
At the same time, an integral part of, took this picture, the news broke that, in Greenland, is a loss of two billion metric tonnes of ice cream already this season, with about 40 percent of the nation’s icy surface. As the country experiences annual melting from June to August, the rate for this year has been record-breaking.
“With the high-melting, it is unusual for so early in the season, but it is not unheard of,” tweeted @GreenlandIceSMB, the surface mass budget, committee of the regions, Greenland, Polar Portal, under the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utility and Environment.
Experts point to a snowball effect when it comes to the end of the season to melt away. The snow and ice have been a lot better than the water deflecting the sun’s rays, preventing heat absorption. Less ice means an increased melting, as the heat is more easily penetrates to the surface of the water.
An integral part of self that calls for immediate action to ‘Communities’ in #Greenland’s reliance on sea ice for transportation, hunting, and fishing. Extreme events are, here is a flood of the ice, due to the abrupt onset of surface melt to the call for a greater predictive capacity for the Arctic region.”
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