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Greenland's ice is melting from the bottom up -- and far faster than previously thought, study shows

The ice sheet covering Greenland is melting rapidly at its base and is injecting far more water and ice into the ocean than previously understood, according to new research, which could have serious ramifications for global sea level rise. [Source]

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