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Press Release 13-129

NSF-Funded Research Sheds New Light on How Surface Water Lubricates the Bottom of the Greenland Ice Sheet

Study has important ramifications for understanding ice-mass loss and sea-level rise

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Researcher near a crevasse on the Greenland ice sheet.

Researcher Marco Tedesco peers into a crevasse on the Greenland ice sheet.

Credit: Marco Tedesco, NSF


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Water features similar to rivers on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet

Water features on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet.

Credit: Marco Tedesco, NSF


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Water flowing from the surface to the bed of the Greenland ice sheet.

Water flows from the surface to the bed of the Greenland ice sheet.

Credit: Marco Tedesco, NSF


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