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  •  How does the replenishment rate look? (2+ / 0-)
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    PeterHug, elwior

    Warmer waters should mean more evaporation in winter.  That moisture gets pushed up the Greenland mountains, and should fall as massive snowfall.  Ice should melt around the edges while the glacier grows in the middle and flows donwhill.  That's how glacier valleys form in the first place.

    So is greenland snowfall incresing or decreasing?  I couldn't find good data on it.

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