Over the past 30 years, 4000 billion tons of Greenland has disappeared

Over the past 30 years, 4000 billion tons of Greenland has disappeared.

Greenland:  The  incidence and rate of snow melting on the planet has increased both.

Now the news is that the icy layers of the permanent icy Greenland are melting so fast that it has melted 4 trillion in the last 30 years.

Experts say the biggest decline in snow was between 1992 and 2018, when 3.8 trillion snow melted and became part of the ocean. This study is in line with the United Nations Environmental Panel on Climate Change, whose 2014 report states that global ice reservoirs will melt rapidly and that the melting of water in the oceans by 2100 This will increase the average sea level from 52 to 98 cm.

The research was conducted by scientists at the University of Leeds. This research was  under the supervision of Professor Andrew Sheppard. They have expressed serious concern over Greenland’s snowfall. In 2000, the destruction of Greenland began, and as the snow melted.More water began to melt, as the average global sea temperatures rose in the same year.

In the 2000s, the level of global oceans had increased by more than a centimeter. Since the ice melting of Greenland, but now it is also seeing an increase in speed.

Although it did not have much effect, the rate and strength of strong hurricanes has certainly increased. An example of this is North America’s famous Hurricane Sandy in 2012. So it can be said that minor changes can have a huge and devastating effect.

80 million years later, in the 2100, 63 million people of the world will be at sea. And they  repeatedly faced with a hurricane. In this situation, the melting ice of Greenland itself will play an important role.