Scientists discover vast reservoir under Greenland that may hold clues to explain shrinking glaciers

By The Christian Science Monitor
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 8:36 EDT
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Ice Fjord of Ilulissat in Greenland via AFP
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Scientists have discovered a vast reservoir of fresh water captured in layers of old snow buried near the surface of Greenland’s vast ice sheet. The reservoir, located in southeastern Greenland, is similar to a subsurface aquifer found on land. Its…

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