Earth has lost 28 TRILLION TONNES of ice in less than 30 years, scientists say after analysing satellite imagery of the planet's poles, mountains and glaciers

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  • Earth has lost 28 trillion tonnes of ice due to global heating, scientists have said 
  • Research by Leeds and Edinburgh universities and University College London 
  • They were able to observe satellite surveys of the planet's poles from 1994 
Period23 Aug 2020

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  • TitleEarth has lost 28 TRILLION TONNES of ice in less than 30 years, scientists say after analysing satellite imagery of the planet's poles, mountains and glaciers
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletMail Online
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date23/08/20
    DescriptionEarth has lost 28 trillion tonnes of ice due to global heating, scientists have said
    Research by Leeds and Edinburgh universities and University College London
    They were able to observe satellite surveys of the planet's poles from 1994
    PersonsNoel Gourmelen, Peter Nienow