By Paul Homewood
As I reported last September, Greenland’s ice sheet mass balance had grown at close to record levels for the second year running.
To clarify again, the mass balance calculation accounts for:
2) Ice melt
In other words, it does not include calving.
DMI’s Polar Portal has now published its report for the year. This is the summary:
Whilst NW Europe was enjoying a hot summer, Greenland’s was pretty miserable. This dipole is well known, and is sometimes known as the Atlantic see-saw. Often, when Europe enjoys hot weather, Greenland gets the opposite, and vice versa.
Greenland’s last really mild summer was in 2012, which Brits will not have forgotten was when we had record rainfall!
One statement which stands out is whilst glaciers have continued the development seen during the last six years in which they have more or less maintained their…
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