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Greenland -- barrels of oil and bottles of water
Greenland -- barrels of oil and bottles of water OPINION: Greenland's dreams of big money from oil have, so far, been dashed by economic realities, but there is potential for growth in sales of another precious liquid -- water -- as long as sources remain pure and unpolluted. January 30, 2015
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 17:16:32 -0800

China's Greenland Group unit plans to buy European insurer, bank
The finance arm of Greenland Group, China's largest property developer by sales, plans to buy an insurer or private bank in Europe in a push to diversify its financial services portfolio, its chairman said. Greenland Financial Holding Group, which currently engages in finance and fund management, also plans to buy a domestic life insurer by year-end having already researched a dozen, Geng Jing ...
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 01:46:39 -0800

New Lakes Discovered Under Greenland's Ice Hint at Warming
The discovery of two large lakes hidden beneath Greenland's ice suggests that climate change now cuts all the way to the bottom of the ice sheet, according to two new studies. The lakes, on opposite coasts, were only spotted because meltwater from Greenland's surface triggered gushing floods in the fall of 2011. The discovery of these lakes will help scientists better understand how Greenland's ...
Thu, 22 Jan 2015 05:47:25 -0800

How Greenland Got Its Glaciers
Greenland is famous for its massive glaciers, but the region was relatively free of ice until about 2.7 million years ago, according to a new study. The Greenland ice sheet began building after plate tectonics and the Earth's shifting tilt reshaped the region, the researchers found. "Our work was motivated by the question of why extensive glaciations of Greenland started only during the past few ...
Tue, 13 Jan 2015 14:11:28 -0800

Science Graphic of the Week: The Greenland Ice Sheet in 3-D
Thanks to global warming, rising sea levels threaten to permanently flood low-lying regions around the world from the Maldives to Manhattan. The increasing temperatures melt glaciers and polar ice, inundating the oceans with freshwater. One block of melting ice that’s particularly important is the Greenland Ice Sheet, which, covering an area three times the size […] The post Science Graphic of ...
Thu, 29 Jan 2015 03:57:44 -0800

Greenland may lose ice more rapidly in future than previously thought
A new study has provided the first comprehensive picture of how Greenland's glaciers have changed over the past decade.
Tue, 27 Jan 2015 14:10:35 -0800

NASA Data Peers into Greenland's Ice Sheet
Peering into the thousands of frozen layers inside Greenland's ice sheet is like looking back in time. Each layer provides a record of what Earth's climate was like at the dawn of civilization, or during the last ice age, or during an ancient period of warmth similar to the one we experience today.
Wed, 28 Jan 2015 00:59:14 -0800

Greenland Resources Inc. Provides an Exploration Update on Its Storo Gold Project
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Wed, 14 Jan 2015 10:24:00 -0800

The case of Greenland's disappearing lakes
Scientists are investigating what has caused lakes beneath the Greenland ice sheet to empty completely in a matter of weeks
Wed, 21 Jan 2015 14:42:34 -0800

Greenland ice may melt faster due to increase in temperature
Washington, Jan 26 (ANI): A new study has shed light on Greenland Ice demonstrating that the more temperatures increase, the faster the ice will melt. The model experiments conducted by Penn State geoscientists suggested that if all the ice in the Greenland Ice Sheet melts, global sea level would rise by about 24 feet. Patrick Applegate, research associate, Penn State's Earth and Environmental ...
Mon, 26 Jan 2015 02:36:51 -0800

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