By Dr. John Happs
The Greenland ice sheet is the second largest body of ice on Earth after the Antarctic ice sheet and to say that Greenland’s ice sheet is big would be an understatement. It is about 2,400 km long, 1,100 km wide and covers an area of around 1,710,000 square km. It has a volume of about 2,850,000 cu. km and ice cores have been taken from a depth of around 4 km.
The public read and hear only about Greenland’s short summer melting events with exaggerated media reports routinely providing alarmist messages. Continue reading “The Greenland Ice Sheet Might Disappear – Probably When Hell Freezes Over”