Examination has discovered that regardless of whether global warming were to stop tomorrow, Greenland’s glaciers will continue contracting. July 2020 was the second hottest July on record, and that Arctic ice is at a record low for summer ice, minimal sum in 42 years of record-keeping.
Examining month to month satellite data from 200 enormous glaciers that are depleting into the sea around Greenland, scientists recorded how much ice disintegrates into ice sheets or saturates the sea, also track the renewal of snowfall. What they discovered was that during the 1980s and ’90s, the ice sheet’s size was kept up by a harmony between snowfall amassing and ice softening or calving from glaciers.
Be that as it may, around 2000, ice softening began accelerating, while snowfall remained the equivalent, a consistency that has endured all through the previous decade. In this manner regardless of whether environmental change were to gone to an unexpected end, the glaciers would at present proceed with their energy, depleting into the seas, and the snow would not out of nowhere begin tumbling to recharge it. Icy mass retreat has thumped the elements of the entire ice sheet into a steady condition of misfortune.