on The 6th of February of this year, it was warm for the Antarctic, which is in Los Angeles, california, to 18.3 degrees – the highest temperature recorded in the modern era.
NASA's images show the Eagle Island, an island on the peninsula of Graham Land is the portion of Antarctica closest to south America.
it shows you how much snow and ice that is melted on to the island from the 4th to the 13th of February, in the year, and the difference is significant.
According to NASA, the melting of one-fifth of all the snow in the region during this period. In the heat of the day, on the 6th of February, the melting of the 2.5 inches of snow away with it.
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Mauri fur piece is glaciolog, and a professor of environmental sciences at the university, and Nichols College in Dudley, Ma.
He studied the two photos of the Eagle on the Island, over nine days.
"we are seeing this melting events in Alaska, and in Greenland, however, are not usually of the world," he says to NASA's Earth Observatory.
" we are seeing this melting events in Alaska, and in Greenland, but it is not usually in the future.
The remote värmetoppen in February of this year, is in and of itself is not worrisome, " he said, but it came shortly after the two others, ”treatment of events”, in november of last year, in the month of January.
" but What's more remarkable is that these events are happening more and more often.
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