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NASA OMG (Oceans Melting Greenland) has some new data

Joshua Willis, an oceanographer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, came up the “OMG” acronym to describe the five-year mission to study the melting of Greenland by the surrounding oceans. It stands for “Oceans Melting Greenland”, and yes, least you doubt, it is quite real, OMG is their official mission acronym. It is […]


Annual ice loss in Greenland is bigger than previously thought

It has been known for some time that the annual ice loss during the seasonal melt in Greenland was large, but new calculations revel that it is even bigger than previously thought. The challenge of working out just how big that ice loss is has lacked data because nobody is […]


Climate Change: The Melting ice in Greenland

I’m going to ask just 3 questions about the Melting Ice due to Climate change … Exactly how much melting ice occurred in Greenland during the summer of 2015? Do we observe sea level rising each and every year? What happens if all the ice melts, how high will sea level reach? […]


Climate Change Meltdown – The extend of the Greenland Melt in 2013

Last year we saw an almost unprecedented melt of both Arctic sea ice and also in Greenland, and so far this year we are on track for the same once again. In fact it looks like the melt will be even greater this year: It is still only early June and […]


Dramatic ice melt in Greenland … should we start to panic?

There are stories now circulating in the media regarding a very dramatic ice melt it Greenland during the past week. As reported by the BBC … Scientists said the “unprecedented” melting took place over a larger area than has been detected in three decades of satellite observation. Melting even occurred […]