Record High Greenland Ice Sheet Melt // Aug 25, 2020
Years with near record lows of Arctic sea-ice are often associated with a persistent jet stream ridge (blocking high) over Greenland. This means very low snowfall in the winter to build up the ice thickness, and very warm, cloud free summers to accelerate the Greenland ice sheet surface melting and discharge (comprised of calving of the ice shelves, and submarine loss melting from below where the warm ocean waters contact the lower ice surfaces). Greenland lost a record 532 GT of ice in 2019, surpassing the previous record melt year in 2012 (when sea ice set a record low) by 15%.
Ref: to two other, recent videos (three with immediate, above): COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU)
Ref2: ‘Greenland’s melting ice sheet – in pictures‘, Guardian 20 Aug, 2020
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