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CryoSat satellite

July 12, 2016

CryoSat Reveals Recent Greenland Ice Loss

12 July 2016 — In the most detailed picture to date, information from ESA’s CryoSat satellite reveals how melting ice in Greenland has recently contributed twice as much to sea-level rise as the prior two decades.Between 2011 and 2014, Greenland lost around one trillion tonnes of ice. This corresponds to a 0.75 mm contribution to