A group of researchers from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has claimed that the continuous melt of Greenland's ice sheet being seen does not mean in any case that it would disappear forever, according to revelations by a recent report.
It is being said by the team that there is nothing new to see the ice sheet melting. Since, the same has happened many times before also, but the sheet tended to stabilize again following some years.
Senior researcher Shfaqat Abbas Khan has informed that satellite data has been gathered along with the development of a digital elevation map. And the same has shed light over the picture of thinning of the sheet of ice in a period of 30 years.
It is clear that the thinning in marginal areas of the northwestern Greenland was heavy though initially. The same slowed down with the passage of time from 1985-1992 and eventually ended up.
Professor Kurt H. Kjær from the University of Copenhagen also supports them. He says that there is no doubt that the significant increase in temperatures these days has been resulting in noticeable meting too. But, “The ice sheet behaves more dynamically and is able to more quickly stabilize itself in comparison to what many other models and computer calculations otherwise predict”, he adds.
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