- EurekAlert!Oct 09 02:15 AM
( University of Exeter ) Pioneering new research sheds light on the impact of climate change on subglacial lakes found under the Greenland ice sheet.A team of experts, led by Dr. Steven Palmer from the University of Exeter, has studied the water flow paths from one such subglacial lake, which drained beneath the ice sheet in 2011.
- Ozy via Yahoo! NewsOct 05 01:00 AM
Kim Leine's new novel connects Denmark's colonial history and his own troubled past.
- Environmental News NetworkOct 07 04:59 AM
New research shows that butterflies in Greenland have become smaller in response to increasing temperatures due to climate change.Â It has often been demonstrated that the ongoing rapid climate change in the Arctic region is causing substantial change to Arctic ecosystems. Now Danish researchers demonstrate that a warmer Greenland could be bad for its butterflies, becoming smaller under warmer ...
- BloombergSep 21 09:47 PM
Greenland Holdings Corp., China’s biggest listed developer, said Mizuho Financial Group Inc. will help it with debt financing as the builder seeks overseas investment.
- Science DailyOct 07 01:18 AM
New research shows that butterflies in Greenland have become smaller in response to increasing temperatures due to climate change.
Hudson Signs Exploitation License and Impact Benefit Agreement in Greenland and Provides Update on Pre-Construction ...Marketwired via Yahoo! FinanceOct 02 09:42 AM
HUDSON RESOURCES INC. - is pleased to announce that the Government of Greenland, the Qeqqata Municipality and Hudson Resources have now signed the recently approved 30-year exploitation license and the ...
- 阿思達克財經網Oct 06 05:33 AM
[Dropping Stock] GREENLAND HK (00337)'s price dropped 8.44% at 03:10p.m . Its last price is...
- The AustralianOct 01 07:00 AM
Greenland has snared one of the NSW government’s most prized assets, land known as Lachlan’s Line in Sydney’s north.
- 阿思達克財經網Oct 06 02:27 AM
[Dropping Stock] GREENLAND HK (00337)'s price dropped 5.115% at 01:26p.m . Its last price i...
- Boston HeraldOct 03 09:09 PM
ILULISSAT, Greenland — “Shuussh!” said Capt. Oliver Kreuss, standing on the bridge of the Lindblad Expedition-National Geographic ship Explorer, training his binoculars on the iceberg-choked fiord ahead. “I can’t talk now,” he barked, cutting the speed to 6 knots and steering the vessel left and right around each floating titan like a dancer whirling his partner across the floor.
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