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Experts that track sea ice, glaciers, and the Greenland ice sheet are measuring and witnessing a global meltdown as global temperatures rise. There is still time to act, and abundant opportunities to slow and mitigate man-made global warming impacts that are now effecting every living thing on planet Earth.
NBC video showing Trapped greenhouse gases may bring bigger storm surges. A recent study published in the journal ‘Nature’ suggests the U.S. may experience a 5 ft. rise in sea level given all of the fossil fuel that has already been burned. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports.
This time-lapse video compresses two months of NASA satellite observations (February – March 2013) into just over a minute to show the full magnitude of this Global Warming fed meltdown event. The fracturing started in late January 2013, as a warming weather system over Alaska fed an ocean current known as the Beaufort Gyre. The strengthened and warmed currents picked away at the southwest corner of the ice sheet until a massive crack opened up north of central Alaska (about 3 seconds into the video), and then another crack, apparently around 1,000 kms long (621 miles) opened up in late February, leading to the collapse of the rest of the ice sheet, all the way east to Bank Island. It took just seven days for the fractures to progress across the entire area from west to east.
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