1. Holes in Greenland ice sheet are larger than previously thought  Science Daily
  2. Mysterious 'dark river' may flow hundreds of miles beneath Greenland  Livescience.com
  3. Greenland's largest glaciers likely to melt faster than feared: study  Phys.org
  4. Holes in Greenland ice sheet are larger than previously thought, study finds  EurekAlert
  5. Greenland's largest glaciers to melt faster than thought says study | AFP  AFP News Agency
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The three largest glaciers in Greenland—which hold enough frozen water to lift global sea levels some 1.3 metres—could melt faster than even the worst-case warming predictions, research published ...

Greenland's largest glaciers likely to melt faster than feared: study

Expedition finds that holes in the Greenland ice sheet, called moulins, are much larger than previously thought.Expedition finds that holes in the Greenland ice sheet, called moulins, are much larger than previously thought.

Holes in Greenland ice sheet are larger than previously thought, study finds | EurekAlert! Science News

A giant underground river fed by melting ice could be running in a state of perpetual darkness far below the surface of Greenland.

Mysterious 'dark river' may flow hundreds of miles beneath Greenland | Live Science

Using historical photos and modern satellites, scientists have taken an unprecedented dive into some of Greenland’s most imperiled glaciers. The findings show the ice has undergone a major retreat over the the past century-plus, and the future could be worse.Using historical photos and modern satellites, scientists have taken an unprecedented dive into some of Greenland’s most imperiled glaciers. The findings show the ice has undergone a major retreat over the the past century-plus, and the future could be worse.

Greenland's Glaciers Are in More Danger Than We Thought

The three largest glaciers in Greenland — which hold enough frozen water to lift global sea levels some 1.3 metres — could melt faster than even the worst-case warming predictions, research published Tuesday showed. Until 2000, the main driver of sea level rise was melting glaciers and the expansion of ocean water as it warms. […]

Greenland’s largest glaciers likely to melt faster than feared: study – Raw Story