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Claim: “Blue Blob” Near Iceland Could Slow Glacial Melting

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Chilly seawater may slow ice loss on the island until 2050, then warming and melting may acceleratePeer-Reviewed Publication AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION American Geophysical Union15 February 2022AGU Release No. 22-11For Immediate…

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