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January 19, 2016 · 5:15 PM EST
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Greenland's Sermilik fjord is choked with huge icebergs from one of the island's biggest glaciers. But climate researchers working in the fjord and on the Helheim glacier are looking for tiny clues in hopes of getting a better handle on how climate change might affect the region in the decades ahead, and how those changes might in turn affect the rest of the world.
In Science, Tech & EnvironmentEnvironmentLivable Planet.
Tagged: North AmericaGreenlandGreenlandArcticnorth atlanticGordon HamiltonFiamma StraneoAri DanielClimate Changeglobal warmingglaciersice capUniversity of MaineglaciologyWoods Hole Oceanographic Institutionoceanographyatlantic ocean.
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