Greenland: Defrosting, Drying Tundra Burns in Unprecedented Wildfires

HeadlineAug 11, 2017

Meanwhile, in Greenland, a massive and unprecedented wildfire continues to burn nearly two weeks after dried peat first caught fire on the island’s southwest. Scientists say climate change has led to less surface water in those parts of Greenland not covered in ice.

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