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“Early predictors of seasonal Arctic sea-ice volume loss: the impact of spring and early-summer cloud radiative conditions” M King, D Veron, H Huntley is now on ANNGLAC First View https://t.co/8wM6qts5pU @UDelaware @CambridgeCore @Michalea_King https://t.co/KKoeosBXBG
I know my tweets have been very Greenland focused lately, but in another life I studied Arctic sea ice! This work was started over 5 years ago with collaborators at Univ of Delaware. https://t.co/BH3Z96ERBu
📻 🇬🇱 🌨️ 🧊 The @bbcworldservice's latest Science in Action contains an informative and thought-provoking contribution by @OhioState's @Michalea_King on the topic of the Greenland ice sheet. Presented by @PeaseRoland - and definitely worth a listen. https://t.co/uCH81Evl2m
The accelerating retreat and thinning of Greenland’s glaciers that began 20 year ago is speeding the ice sheet toward total meltdown, a new study warns. Even if warming were halted today, Greenland’s ice would continue to melt, researchers said. https://t.co/tYaQqY09dJ
So important to emphasize that people ARE in control of critical differences in HOW FAST we lose Greenland ice. This is not a 'throw up your hands' scenario, it is an 'all hands on deck' scenario. B/c Greenland ice loss with low emissions is MUCH BETTER than with high emissions. https://t.co/fzONvodad4
I wrote a “Behind the Paper” blog post for Nature Sustainability Comm. on our recent Greenland paper. This short post is geared toward a general science audience, and I hope it will offer some clarity/context to some of the discussions I’ve seen online https://t.co/PNTiwCGQfY
When the floating glacier tongues thin and lift up, the glaciers speed up, carrying ever-more ice toward the sea - far more than what forms from compressed winter snows, said @Michalea_King, who closely studies Greenland's ice. https://t.co/rpIinFI6S4 https://t.co/jgOmhHO8Zo
Why does this matter? Now, ice is calved from the margins at a rate 14% higher than observed in the 1980's. Even before including recent trends in increasing surface melt, this jump in dynamic ice losses was enough to shift the ice sheet to an imbalanced state of mass loss.
We have lost a truly wonderful human and great colleague. A harsh reminder that the fieldwork we do can be so dangerous. So terribly sad. https://t.co/hxHJgjhcB6