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Warming Temperatures Will Change Greenland's Face


November 12, 2012

a researcher at the edge of a supraglacial lake Global climate models abound, but what is harder to pin down is how a warmer global temperature might affect any specific region on Earth. Marco Tedesco, associate professor of Earth and atmospheric sciences, and a colleague have made the global local. Using a combination of climate models, they predict how different greenhouse gas scenarios would change the face of Greenland and impact sea-level rise. Full Story

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