PHOTOS: Global warming puts Iceland in trouble, melting 750 square kilometers of ice in 20 years | Global warming affecting on Iceland 750 sqkm of glaciers melted in 20 years

PHOTOS: Global warming puts Iceland in trouble, melting 750 square kilometers of ice in 20 years | Global warming affecting on Iceland 750 sqkm of glaciers melted in 20 years

Global warming is having a major impact on the cycle of nature. Scientists have repeatedly warned that if this continues, human life will be in danger.

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Global warming is having a major impact on the cycle of nature. Scientists have repeatedly warned that if this continues, human life will be in danger.

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However, the man who is stuck in mass production and profits from industrialization does not have time to pay attention to this.

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Similarly, global warming is having a number of effects on global warming.

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In the last 20 years, about 750 square kilometers of Iceland’s glaciers have melted.

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This area is 7 percent of Iceland’s total snow-covered area. An international study report was published on Monday (May 31, 2021).

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A study report by Iceland’s scientific journal Jokul details the amount of ice that has melted so far due to climate change. According to this, 10 percent of the land area of ‚Äč‚ÄčIceland is covered with snow.

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In 2019, 10,400 square kilometers of ice had melted. Since 1890, the ice on 2,200 square kilometers of land has melted. This is about 18 percent of the total ice.

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Researchers studying ice have recently released a statistic. Accordingly, the incidence of ice melt has increased significantly since 2000.

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If this speed continues, the entire ice on Iceland will melt by 2200.

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Different winds emanating from industrialization in the Icelandic region after 1890 are causing climate change. Natural disasters, such as volcanic eruptions, are also affecting the region.

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