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Vegetation in Greenland worries scientists

Summary by RÚV
The growing vegetation in an area of Greenland that was previously covered with ice sheets is of concern to scientists. They say the changes may have a major impact on indigenous communities in the Arctic. According to the results of a study of the melting of glaciers in Greenland since 1980, the glaciers have hopped over an area of 28 thousand square kilometers. In many places where ice was previously spread, rocky or overgrown terrain and wetl…

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