The Fate of Greenland: Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change (The MIT Press)

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Description

One of the most discussed subjects is Global warming and its effect on the world and of course Greenland!

Greenland is covered by an ice sheet whose total area is 1.8 million km² which is 14 times the size of the United Kingdom. It is the larges ice-covered area outside Antarctica. Rapidly melting Ice sheet and retreating glaciers, breaking icebergs has become a tourist attractions.

The Fate of Greenland documents Greenland’s warming with dramatic color photographs and investigates episodes in Greenland’s climate history for clues about what happens when climate change is abrupt rather than gradual.

This book makes it clear about changes which affect all the world so it is all of our interest to pay more attention to what is happening to Greenland.

 

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