Underground ‘hot spot’ may melt Greenland’s icy heart – research

A 1,200-kilometer-long, 400 kilometer-wide geothermal “hot spot” located under Greenland’s glacier could cause the three-kilometer-thick layer of ice covering the central-northern part of the massive island to melt, scientists say. Read Full Article at RT.com

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