NASA Evidence Shows Polar Acceleration Warning Two Arctic Ice Caps have gone - Insiderfolks

NASA Evidence Shows Polar Acceleration Warning Two Arctic IceCaps have gone – Insiderfolks, Professor Mark Serreze has been studying the ice caps since the 1980s.
Satellite pictures from 2015 show that they were only 5% of 1959
Satellite photographs reveal that the ice caps had completely melted in 2020

NASA Evidence Shows Polar Acceleration Warning Two Arctic IceCaps have gone - Insiderfolks
NASA Evidence Shows Polar Acceleration Warning Two Arctic IceCaps have gone – Insiderfolks

NASA Evidence Shows Polar Acceleration Warning Two Arctic Ice Caps have gone – Insiderfolks

Thanks to human-induced global warming, the satellite photographs reveal that two Polar ice caps have melted.

Photos of the NASA in 2015 and 2020 demonstrate how in just half a decade they have vanished.

Since the 1980s, the head of the Snow and Ice Data Center, Mark Serreze, has researched some of St. Patrick Bay’s ice caps.

In 2017 it released a research paper claiming that the ice caps will melt within five years if greenhouse gas emissions are not lowered. He’s been right.

Images taken by NASA in 2015 and 2020 reveal how ttwo polar ice caps have vanished in half a decade due to global warming. Pictured, one of the caps in 2015 (left) an the same location on July 14, 2020 (right)
NASA photographs from 2015 and 2020 show that in half a decade, two polar ice caps disappeared because of global warming. Image of one of the caps (left) at the same position in 2015 (right) on 14 July 2020
Pictured, the St. Patrick Bay ice caps on the Hazen Plateau of northeastern Ellesmere Island in Nunavut, Canada, and have they dwindled over the last 60 years until they have eventually disappeared
Photographed on the northeast plateau of Ellesmere in Nunavut, Canada, the St. Patrick Bay ice caps have decreased in the past sixty years before they vanished.

“They seemed like a permanent fixture of the landscape when I visited those ice caps for the time being,” he said.

“It just blows me away to watch them die in less than 40 years.”

The 2017 report compared 2015 satellite imagery with 1959 historical images.

In 2015, just 5% of its proportions were disclosed nearly 60 years earlier.

On July 14, 2020, the ASTER satellites took pictures from the same location and no one sees ice caps.

Pictured: the ASTER satellite image from August 4, 2015, which shows the location where the St. Patrick Bay ice caps (circled in blue). As of July 2020, satellite images show that these ice caps have disappeared
Pictured: the 4th August 2015 ASTER satellite image showing where ice caps (circled in blue) in St. Patrick Bay happened. Satellite pictures reveal that these ice caps have disappeared since July 2020.
The ice caps are at the northern tip of Canada in the Arctic circle (pictured). The loss of these ice caps is a very visual representation of the sweltering planet humans have created and now inhabit
The ice caps are in the Arctic Circle at the northern edge of Canada (photo). The disappearance of these ice caps is a very visible indication of the swelling of mankind

Environmental change “can in 80 years kill polar bears”
Most polar bear populations are likely to die by 2100 as global warming reduces their natural habitat for Arctic sea ice, a study warns.

A shocking piece of study argues that wolves are forced to flee to stable ground where they can not prey.

This causes bears to survive on their fat deposits, an unhealthy choice for the largest carnivore in the world.

The study claims that nearly all bunny babies face hunger by 2040. In just 20 years, many adults will experience reproductive stress.

Researchers at the University of Toronto in Canada have said that ‘violent’ cuts are now required to save wildlife.

The destruction of these ice caps reflects quite clearly the pollution of the human world.

Scientists monitor routinely the highest reported temperatures worldwide, as climate change occurs in a gradually boiling world.

Drought and malnutrition, severe weather conditions and rising sea levels are contributing to them.

A new research of science journals has found that within the next 80 years the number of coastal storms worldwide is projected to rise by about 50% due to climate change.

The associated floods could endanger millions of people by melting polar ice, costing over £10 trillion.

Land subject to extreme flooding would rise globally by more than 96,500 km2, up 48% or more, or 308,000 km2 from today.

That will mean that nearly 77 million more residents are at risk of floods – at least an rise of 52% to 225 millions.

“We have known for a long time that the effects would be especially pronounced in the Arctic because climate change is taking place,” says Professor Serreze.

‘But the two small caps which I once knew so well have disappeared, have made climate change very personal. There are just a few photos and other reminders left.’

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