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Density of the Ice on Greenland
Tim of ThyArt   29 Apr 2020 / updated: 29/Apr/2020
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Does mass matter concerning energy to melt ice?


Most of the ice mass on Greenland has a temperature of -20 to -30 Celsius. By 150 meters the ice becomes compressed along with the absorption of surface melt, the density reaches near maximum density of 916 kg/m3. This greater density means greater mass requiring twice the energy (calories) to cause melting beyond 20 meters and 3 times the energy at 100 meters.


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