Is Greenland being affected by global warming?



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    Yes. Glowbal warming is melting the ice in Greenland. This is a problem because it is making the glaciers melt and move more quickly out to sea. This causes the sea to rise, which is a huge problem for everyone. Even the sea rising a couple of inches will cause coastlines to disappear, and not just locally. The issue with the rising ocean levels is that the WHOLE ocean rises. That is a lot of water to cope with. The melting ice is aso creating rivers and lakes where there were none before.

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