Greenland's ice losses have septupled and are now in line with its highest sea-level scenario, scientists say

Published December 10, 2019

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An article in The Washington Post about a new study that states that Greenland is losing seven times more ice now compared to the 1990s quotes Beata Csatho. The study combines 26 separate satellite measurements and the work of 89 scientists, including Csatho who said prior research had already suggested that Greenland was trending toward higher losses than expected, but individual studies varied significantly. 

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