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Ice lead, Dijmhna Sund, Nioghalvfjerdsfjorden, Greenland

A pathway opens in the landfast sea ice, forming a question mark in Dijmhna Sund, Nioghalvfjerdsfjorden, in Greenland’s remote northeast corner. The Arctic Ocean sea ice continues to decline; as more white ice, which reflects sunlight back into space, is lost to due the burning of fossil fuels, the remaining dark water absorbs heat, creating a feedback effect spells bad news for the Arctic, and the global climate. Greenland, 2009


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Filename
_MG_4211-_dijmphna_sund_20090907.jpg
Copyright
2009 Dave Walsh
Image Size
3658x5488 / 7.0MB
Contained in galleries
Cold Edge Exhibition, Copper House, Dublin 2012, Arctic Sea Ice, The Current Climate, The Arctic: On Our Watch, The Cold Edge Millennium Images, Greenland and the Arctic, The Cold Edge, The Cold Edge Exhibition, Powerscourt Centre, 2017, Icebergs and Ice, Limited Edition Prints, Millennium Images
A pathway opens in the landfast sea ice, forming a question mark in Dijmhna Sund, Nioghalvfjerdsfjorden, in Greenland’s remote northeast corner. The Arctic Ocean sea ice continues to decline; as more white ice, which reflects sunlight back into space, is lost to due the burning of fossil fuels, the remaining dark water absorbs heat, creating a feedback effect spells bad news for the Arctic, and the global climate. Greenland, 2009<br />
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Limited edition C-Type Prints available - contact me for more details. This mage can be licensed via Millennium Images. Contact me for more details, or email mail@milim.com For prints, contact me, or click "add to cart" to some standard print options.