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Rapid ice retreat during last deglaciation parallels current melt rates

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UIT THE ARCTIC UNIVERSITY OF NORWAY Research News 10,000 km2 of ice disappeared in a blink of an eye from an ice sheet in the Storfjorden Through offshore Svalbard, a…

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