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Ten Cubic Kilometers of Ice Lost From Jakobshavn Glacier in Less than One Month

By: arcticmelt , 10:12 PM GMT on June 09, 2014

How large is a cubic kilometer? Think of something the size of a mountain. Now multiply that by ten and you end up with a veritable mountain range. Think of it. An entire mountain range of ice. That’s a good rough comparison to the volume of ice lost from just a single Greenland glacier over the course of a mere 26 days from May 7 to June 1 of 2014. http://robertscribbler.wordpress.com/


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