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A recent reversal in the response of western Greenland’s ice caps to climate change

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These peripheral glaciers and ice caps are now also undergoing severe melting due to anthropogenic (human-caused) warming.  However, climate warming and the loss of these ice caps may not have always gone hand-in-hand. 

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