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GPS Can Now Measure Ice Melt, Change in Greenland Over Months Rather Than Years


July 24, 2012

composite photograph of a GNET GPS unit Researchers have found a way to use GPS to measure short-term changes in the rate of ice loss on Greenland - and reveal a surprising link between the ice and the atmosphere above it. Full Story

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