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How to save Arctic ice and glaciers: ‘It’s a miracle’

By Chris Woodard The Arctic’s glaciers are on the verge of disintegrating and its ice caps are shrinking.

The melting, melting and melting.

The ice is on the rise.

But in Alaska, there is one place where the melt is not happening.

The glaciers are at a point of maximum capacity.

Alaska is not one of the world’s largest ice-cap basins, but it is a huge expanse of ice that is about half the size of California.

It is a place that has been on the cutting edge of climate science.

It is the site of some of the greatest ice-sheet melt and collapse research of the past decade.

The scientists who work there, led by Professors Eric Tett and Kevin Tett, have been trying to understand what’s going on there for over 30 years.

It’s a wonder that it is not already in peril.

For the last 30 years, the two of them have been working on a project called the Greenland Ice Sheet Operational Research Project (GISP).

The idea is that they want to understand exactly what is happening at the surface of the ice sheet.

They have been studying glaciers, ice-caps, the ice sheets around the world and the melting of glaciers on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.

They’ve been working with a number of different institutions around the globe.

In the late 1980s, they decided to work with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) in Anchorage, Alaska.

They started with the largest glacier in Alaska called GISP.

The GISG is one of three main research centres in Alaska.

It consists of several sites, and they are linked together by a series of tunnels that link the sites together.

It can take months to get from one site to the other.

So they decided that this would be the best place to get to know one another.

They got together with the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy and got a research programme that allowed them to study one another’s work.

This programme was called the Arctic Research Programme (ARP).

They started by conducting their own study, which was called a research-supported study.

It involved them doing research in the field and they did some of that research in Alaska where they were able to see what was happening there.

What they found was that the ice was melting faster than at any time in the last 50 years.

The rate of melt was very rapid and it was increasing exponentially.

They saw that the glaciers were melting at an exponential rate.

And they found that it was happening at a rate that was almost two metres per year.

That was very exciting, because this was a very important research project for the USGS.

At the same time, they were also studying the West Antarctica ice sheet and what was causing it to move faster.

The problem was that there was no one to study it.

The National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado, was one of those places that was able to do some work on the melting, but there was just no one doing that work.

So they set up the Arctic Ice Sheet Operation Research Project.

This was a project that was going to take them out into the field, see what they could see, study them and understand what was going on.

And what they saw was that it wasn’t just the West.

There were changes happening all over the world.

In the United Kingdom, the sea level was rising.

In Italy, they saw that their sea level had risen by more than one metre.

In France, they found changes in the water column in their rivers and lakes.

In Germany, they discovered that they had more than twice the amount of ice than in the other European countries.

In Britain, it was the opposite.

The UK saw an increase in sea level that was more than three metres.

It was a global sea level rise that was much more than what we had experienced in the United Sates.

As the project progressed, they came to a conclusion that they didn’t think we were going to be able to understand these changes.

They also saw that there would be a lot of change in the Antarctic.

There would be melting of the glaciers there and a lot more rapid melting of that ice that was coming up out of the sea.

They thought that we would be seeing more melting, more rapid ice growth.

These were all very serious concerns for the scientists at the time.

Now, the project has been completed and is being put on display in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in McMurdo Station.

The polar ice sheet is an enormous area and there are very few places where you can see the ice.

You have to be on a plane to get there.

They wanted to know how much the melting was affecting the ice that would be in the refuge, and how quickly that ice was going down.

And it turned out that, at the very least, the