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One Glacier Range Found to Contribute 10 Percent of World's Melting Ice

A glacier range the size of the state of New York surprisingly contributes 10 percent of the world's melting ice, making it a primary contributor to rising sea levels. Full story

Oceans May Be Speeding Melt of Greenland's Glaciers

Dynamic layers of warm Atlantic and cold Arctic Ocean waters around Greenland may be speeding the melt of the country's glaciers, researchers find. Full story

Earth's Two Ice Sheets Melting Faster Than Expected, Surprising Study Finds

The massive Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets that sit near Earth's two poles are melting at an increasingly faster pace, a new study finds. Full story

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TO GO WITH Maldives-economy,FOCUS by Amal JayasingheThis aerial picture taken on September 7, 2009 shows the artificial island known as Hulhumale, built near the capital island of Male, the capital of the Indian Ocean atoll nation of the Maldives. The artificial island built in the mid 1990s was bu

TO GO WITH Maldives-economy,FOCUS by Amal JayasingheThis aerial picture taken on September 7, 2009 shows the artificial island known as Hulhumale, built near the capital island of Male, the capital of the Indian Ocean atoll nation of the Maldives. The artificial island built in the mid 1990s was bu