Melt ponds in West Greenland | Earth from Space


This week’s edition of the Earth from Space programme features a Copernicus Sentinel-2 image of melt ponds in the province of Avannaata in West Greenland.

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  1. weather variations due to climate change are diverse, but the totalaty of the exponential, adverse, effects over time seem to currently be beyond human restraint, let alone correction. We should have acted decades ago in stark and global ways. Earth will 'cure' itself after we are gone. in geological time, Earth will be viable once more. Well after humans have either left or died out. It's just a middle aged sphere with a middle aged star

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