Ice coverage – the global thaw

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One of the causalities of climate change is the diminishing ice cover, affecting our planet in a number of ways. Our satellites observe the planet’s cryosphere and provide key information to understand and respond to global thawing.

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5 Comments

  1. Not to mention the changes of Ocean salinity caused by fresh melt water from the Ice. Salinity & Temperature drive the ocean currents from changes in the density of water. If for example the Gulf Stream stopped, Europe would enter a mini ice age, as it's the Gulf stream which bathes Europe in warm water which creates it's current climate.

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