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The melting of the Greenland ice sheet could lead to a sea level rise of 18 cm in 2100!

This has been demonstrated by a new study in which many researchers from the ULiège Laboratory of Climatology participated and which used the MAR climate model.

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KATABATA project: the three stations installed

The first data transmitted by the stations tend to confirm the intuition of the ULiège researchers ... impressive winds !

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View weather data from KATABATA project stations

The three stations installed in South Greenland send out wind data every 15 minutes from South Greenland.

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Installation of the first weather station of the KATABATA project

After many adventures, the crew of the Northabout was finally able to install the first weather station in the south of Greenland. ULiège researchers are already collecting the first scientific data.

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