Changes in the Greenland Ice Sheet volume lag climate changes, such that today’s climate could still be affecting its size in thousands of years’ time

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Fig 1. The model domain of the ice sheet model.
IMAGE:THE LEFT SUBPANEL SHOWS THE ICE THICKNESS USED TO INITIALIZE THE MODEL (SHADING) AND THE CONTEMPORARY COAST LINE (BLACK CONTOUR LINE) WHILE THE RIGHT SUBPANEL DEPICTS THE CORRESPONDING BEDROCK TOPOGRAPHY. THESE DATA ARE DERIVED FROM THE ETOPO1 DATA SET [42].viewmoreC REDIT: YANG ET AL., 2022, PLOS ONE, CC-BY 4.0 (https://ift.tt/35WoWBi)

Changes in the Greenland Ice Sheet volume lag climate changes, such that today?s climate could still be affecting its size in thousands of years? time

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Article URL:https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0259816

Article Title:Impact of paleoclimate on present and future evolution of the Greenland Ice Sheet

Author Countries:Germany, China, The Netherlands

Funding:This work was supported through a grant (Global sea level change since the Mid Holocene: Background trends and climate-ice sheet feedbacks) from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) as part of the Special Priority Program (SPP)-1889 ?Regional Sea Level Change and Society? (SeaLevel). C. Rodehacke has…

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