How the world’s tallest glacier is slowly melting away

A small mountain in the Arctic, the tallest mountain in Canada, has been slowly melting for decades.

The Glacier Park Lodge in Greenland has been home to many of the last remaining glaciers, including the last one, the Lohikakos.

“Glacier Park Lodge is in the middle of the glacier,” says Greg Leach, a glaciologist and research scientist with the Canadian Geological Survey.

“The last ice shelf there is about 5,000 years old.

You can see it’s disappearing rapidly. “

If you look at the landscape that’s there, it’s the last ice shelves that were there.

The last glaciers in Greenland were created when the glaciers that once stretched from the Arctic Ocean to the Bering Strait broke away. “

We’re seeing these massive melt events occurring right now, and I’m afraid that glacier will eventually disappear completely.”

The last glaciers in Greenland were created when the glaciers that once stretched from the Arctic Ocean to the Bering Strait broke away.

The ice retreated rapidly, creating large areas of land, which now form the Lillooet, a tributary of the Lofoten.

A study published in the journal Nature Communications in 2015 found that the Lutel glacier in Greenland, the last in the region, had retreated to the point where it could no longer support ice on its surface.

Lilloyes ice shelf is now at about 1.5 million square kilometres, which is the size of France.

In an email to CBC News, Leach said it’s likely that the glacier’s current rate of retreat will lead to a mass retreat of ice shelves in the next few decades.

“There is a possibility that the ice shelf in the northern part of Greenland will be completely gone by 2070, which would mean that the entire region will be ice-free in about 2040,” Leach told CBC News.

Greenland’s glaciers have retreated about 50 kilometres in the past 200 years. “

I think it’s quite likely that it will continue to shrink.”

Greenland’s glaciers have retreated about 50 kilometres in the past 200 years.

It was estimated in 2016 that there were fewer than 500 glaciers in the area.

Leach also said that if Greenland’s ice shelves were to disappear completely, the Greenland ice sheet would likely break up into a sea of ice and a lot of it would sink to the bottom of the ocean.

The last time Greenland’s entire ice sheet was under threat was in the early 1990s, when an estimated 30 to 40 per cent of the ice was melted away.

Greenland’s Greenland Ice Sheet is a remnant of a major ice sheet that once covered much of the region.

This region is known as the Laptev Ice Shelf, after the former Soviet state that is now part of Russia.

Greenland is also the only region of the world that has a continuous ice sheet, and the last of the glaciers in this area were formed when the Lopun glacier broke away from the rest of the peninsula.

The Lopuns ice shelf covers about a third of Greenland, and it is estimated that it is the largest ice shelf of any of the planet’s oceans.

The Larsen B ice shelf, which covers much of Canada, is the last major ice shelf on Earth.

It’s estimated to be one of the biggest in the world, stretching from Canada’s south coast to the far north of Russia and Iceland.

“It’s like a wall that’s getting more and more exposed, and that’s the glacier that you see on top of the icebergs and it’s not like a solid wall,” Leache said.

The icebergs that are floating on the top of Greenland are a remnant remnant of the Larsen A ice shelf that was formed when a massive iceberg broke away in 1991.

“They’re floating in the water because the ice is melting away at the base of the shelf, and if the ice melts away at that point, then they’re going to sink, and so they’re floating on top and they’re very unstable,” Leech said.

“So the bottom line is that we’re very lucky that we have ice in Greenland.”