Do you know, the Greenland beneath the ‘more-than-a-mile-of’ ice veil can be defined with heavily scoured mountains and valleys? Some impertinent scientists have constructed, though crude, but useful 3-D images of Greenland’s this hidden land!
Not just satisfying curiosity, but such images could also lead to better predictions on how ice sheeted Greenland will change in the future! The scientists revealed their imaging and study this week at the annual fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union.
Not just the topography, but also the water deposits beneath the ice will impact on how the ice sheet moves and changes over time. Thus, such detailed images are needed for predicting — how the ice sheet will respond to global warming! The lead researcher Ken Jezek of Ohio State University informed.