Polar Portal scientists make an important step to more accurately determine how much snow melts on Greenland – and what happens to the water after ice and snow melts.
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This winter has seen a series of unusual weather hit the Arctic in general, it has been much warmer than average in the high Arctic since October though there have also been some periods of extreme cold, especially in western Greenland but also new...
After an unusually warm Arctic this year, large amounts of snow have fallen on the Greenland ice sheet
The state of the Greenland ice sheet and Arctic sea ice this season have been summarised in the Polar Portal annual report.
The short answer is about 100 million Olympic-size swimming pools a year.