Arctic Region Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. a Greenland glacier loses chunk the size of ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | CBS News

    This optical image of Jakobshavn glacier in western Greenland, acquired by Sentinel-2A on 16 August 2015, offers a valuable perspective of the scale of the calving event that took place between 14 and 16 August. The contour indicates the area of ice lost between images acquired on 6 and 16 August.

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  2. Greenland's fastest-melting glacier may have just set a terrifying new recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Salon

    It's a well-worn truth of our current, globally warming times that the glaciers are melting, but Greenland's Jakobshavn Isbrae glacier is putting the rest to shame. The glacier, already one of the world's fastest-melting, just lost what may have been its biggest chunk of ice to date.

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  3. Greenland glacier sheds chunk of ice that covers MANHATTANRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Mail on Sunday

    Satellite images show that the fastest moving glacier in the world shed a chunk of ice measuring around 12.5 sq km this week - one of the most significant calving events on record. Radar images from the European Space Agency's Sentinel-1A captured the Jakobshavn glacier in western Greenland before and after the event, which took place between 14 and 16 August.

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  4. Huge chunk of ice breaks off glacier in Greenland - so large it can be seen from SPACERead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Mirror.co.uk

    A massive chunk of ice has broken off a glacier in Greenland which is so large you can see it from space. The sheet - which is 12.4km sq - is believed to be one of the largest ever to break away from the Jakobshavn glacier.

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  5. This massive glacier calf can be seen from spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Christian Science Monitor

    The chunk of ice lost from the edge of Greenland's Jakobshavn glacier is nearly five square miles in area, which might be the biggest calving event on record. This optical image of Jakobshavn glacier in western Greenland, acquired by Sentinel-2A on Aug. 16, offers a valuable perspective of the scale of the calving event that took place between Aug. 14-16.

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  6. Incredible and ominous, Arctic glacier sheds vast icebergRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | SlashGear.com

    Glacial melt so dramatic it can be seen from space sounds like bad news, but it makes for some incredible images, as the latest Arctic shots prove. Both NASA and the European Space Agency have released the newest camerawork from their satellites tracking climate change, showing vast chunks of ice as they shift and melt off Greenland in July and August.

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  7. Greenland just lost a chunk of ice so big you can see it from spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Metro

    A huge chunk of ice has just broken off the Jakobshavn Glacier in Greenland - and it's so big you can see it from space. The 12.4km sq section is thought to be one of the largest to have ever come away from the ice sheet.

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  8. Massive glacier calf can be seen from spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Christian Science Monitor

    The chunk of ice lost from the edge of Greenland's Jakobshavn glacier is nearly five square miles in area, which might be the biggest calving event on record. This optical image of Jakobshavn glacier in western Greenland, acquired by Sentinel-2A on Aug. 16, offers a valuable perspective of the scale of the calving event that took place between Aug. 14-16.

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  9. Greenland glacier calves massive icebergRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | UPI

    Satellite imagery suggests Jakobshavn Glacier, a large, fast-moving outlet glacier in West Greenland, has birthed a massive iceberg -- perhaps its largest ever. Scientists at the European Space Agency have been monitoring the glacier -- the fastest in the world -- for several years.

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  10. Haystack's Session 6 presentationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Weekly Packet

    Mixed-media artist and this session's blacksmithing instructor Pamela J. Wallace will share her work at Haystack on Monday, August 31. Haystack's third summer exhibition, Handcrafted on Deer Isle: Work by Five Furniture Makers, will be on view through September 6, at the school's Center for Community Programs. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts' Summer Evening Programs Series includes presentations by session instructors and visiting artists who will share their work, ideas, and influences.

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  11. World's Fastest Moving Glacier Sheds Significant Iceberg - " Click to enlargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    Satellite images show that the fastest moving glacier in the world shed a chunk of ice measuring around 12.5 square kilometers - one of the most significant calving events on record. Radar images from Sentinel-1A captured the Jakobshavn glacier in western Greenland before and after the event, which took place between August 14 and 16, 2015.

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  12. 20th Annual Culture Night Well-AttendedRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Iceland Review

    Elska is a new erotic magazine targeted at a gay audience, set to hit the stores next month. The magazine's editor, Londoner Liam Campbell, explains that he chose the name elska-the Icelandic word for 'to love'-because his love for travel began in Iceland.

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  13. World's fastest-melting glacier loses massive chunk in 2 daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Mashable

    One of the world's most rapidly flowing glaciers may have just set another record, and it's not one not that bodes well for low-lying coastal cities and nations around the world, which are vulnerable to sea level rise. During the past month, a NASA satellite captured images showing a sudden loss of ice, also known as a calving event from Greenland's Jakobshavn Isbrae Glacier between July 31 and August 16, 2015.

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  14. Big Blue Live: Six best places to spot wonders of the oceanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Radio Times

    There can't be many things cuter than a sea otter . If in doubt, take a trip to Monterey Bay, the location for Big Blue Live, where one sighting of the resident otters lolling back on the ocean swell, cracking shellfish on stones on their chests, will have you instantly smitten.

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  15. Look Up! Americans Will Get Full View Of Total Solar Eclipse In 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | CBS Local

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  16. North Iceland Town to Welcome RefugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Iceland Review

    The North Iceland municipality of Akureyri has applauded the decision by the Icelandic government to accept 50 refugees over the next two years. The municipality says it is more than willing to resettle refugees in the municipality and help provide them with new opportunities and a better quality of life, as stated on the municipality's website .

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  17. Motorists with a Loose ScrewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Iceland Review

    Police in Iceland often have trouble collecting fines from motorists for speeding past speed cameras, RUV reports. The reason: Car owners increasingly remove their front license plates to avoid fines.

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  18. Spoiled by solitude in Iceland's northRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | SFGate

    Uninhabited moss-covered lava fields surround Lake Myvatn in northern Iceland. The Apollo 11 crew is said to have trained for their moon walks here.

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  19. Among 1,626 Months in a Record Dating to 1880, July 2015 Was the Warmest EverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Discover

    Last week, analyses by NASA and the Japan Meteorological Agency showed that July 2015 was the warmest such month on record. Now, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration concurs.

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  20. Electrifying Trip CompletedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Iceland Review

    A"mar Ragnarsson is an expert in electrifying his audience. Now, at 74, he has just completed and electrifying trip, catching everyone's attention.

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