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Topic - greenland
More than 1,000 people took part in the third annual run honoring a New Hampshire police chief, who was shot to death while serving a warrant at the home of a suspected drug dealer in Greenland.
A NASA campaign launched from Virginia's Eastern Shore is helping improve the understanding of changes to polar ice.
Two groups that help New Hampshire veterans are being honored with the annual Granite State Warriors Award.
Fueled by global warming, polar ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica are now melting three times faster than they did in the 1990s, a new scientific study says.
The storm that is threatening 60 million Americans in the eastern third of the nation in just a couple of days with persistent high winds, drenching rains, extreme tides, flooding and probably snow is much more than just an ordinary weather system. It's a freakish and unprecedented monster.
Global warming has ignited a rush to exploit Arctic resources — and Greenpeace is determined to thwart that stampede.
Global warming has ignited a rush to exploit Arctic resources _ and Greenpeace is determined to thwart that stampede.
Nearly all of Greenland's massive ice sheet suddenly started melting a bit this month, a freak event that surprised scientists.
An iceberg twice the size of Manhattan tore off one of Greenland's largest glaciers, illustrating another dramatic change to the warming island.
Greenland's glaciers are hemorrhaging ice at an increasingly faster rate but not at the breakneck pace that scientists once feared, a new study says.
It is a truth almost universally acknowledged that other Europeans reached the American mainland before Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492. The presence of a viking settlement in L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland confirms the Norse sagas that describe early-11th-century vikings living there before being driven off by the people they called Skraelings.
The old hunter was troubled by the foreigners encroaching on his Inuit people's frozen lands.
Greenland's Inuit people have countless terms to describe ice in all its varieties. This gallery of photographs by Brennan Linsley of The Associated Press is something of a visual vocabulary for the striking forms ice takes on the giant Arctic island.
The pilot eased his five-ton helicopter toward the glacier's rumpled surface, aiming for the lightest of setdowns atop one of the fastest-flowing ice streams on Earth.
Warming air from climate change isn't the only thing that will speed ice melting near the poles _ so will the warming water beneath the ice, a new study points out.