Forest fires aggravate global warming to thaw Greenland's ice
OSLO, May 19 (Reuters) - Forest fires and global warming caused an extreme melt of Greenland's ice in 2012, according to a study on Monday that said such thaws may happen almost yearly by 2100, threatening the survival of the entire ice sheet.
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