Sunday, November 29, 2015

“The ice ruptures from the Jakobshavn Glacier, one of the...



"The ice ruptures from the Jakobshavn Glacier, one of the most active in the world, as seen through the cockpit of a low-flying LC-130 leaving Summit Station. The remote outpost is one of several sites in #Greenland where researchers from around the world are gathering data that will improve climate models and help predict how climate change will affect future generations. The @nytimes photographer @joshhaner spent 3 days on the Greenland ice sheet, where the sun does not rise from mid-November until late January and where temperatures can dip to minus 50 degrees Fahrenheit. #nytweekender" By nytimes on Instagram.



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