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Big U-turn: Key melting Greenland glacier is growing again

Newsday Monday, 25 March 2019 ()
A natural cyclical cooling of North Atlantic waters likely caused the Jakobshavn glacier to reverse course, the study's lead author said.
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A study has found that Greenland's fastest-thinning glacier is growing again, but scientists say that it may just be temporary.

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