How much ice melts every day?



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    Well, according to a study done by NASA, in 2003 the ice caps have been melting at a rate of 10% per decade for the past 25 years. And according to a U.S. research team, Greenland alone is losing 240 cubic kilometers per year, so that is .66 cubic kilometers/day for just one area of the world.

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