New study in
Study shows that recent melt increases have formed meters-thick, low permeability ice “slabs” that have expanded the Greenland ice sheet’s total runoff area significantly since 2001.
Now the petroleum industry and research institutions can
get easy access to provenance data
from onshore and offshore Greenland, Faroe Islands, Norway and neighbouring areas.
From climate changes and sea-level rise to energy, provenance studies and landslide mapping: No matter where your interests lie, you can be sure to
find interesting articles in the magazine
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