Interview with Prof. J. L. Bamber – Arctic ice sheets and climate change

interview by Eleonora Milazzo – ACCEL European Fellow

Photo credit: Henrik Egede Lassen/Alpha Film, from the Snow, Water, Ice, and Permafrost in the Arctic report from the U.N. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme.
Photo credit: Henrik Egede Lassen/Alpha Film, from the Snow, Water, Ice, and Permafrost in the Arctic report from the U.N. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme.
  • Changes in ice conditions are no bad per se. Is there any positive or at least not harmful effect of these changes?
  • How do you assess the risks connected to changing ice conditions in Arctic ecosystems? Why are ice sheets important?
  • Greenland ice sheet has begun to decline. The global impact of this phenomenon will be felt on a timescale of centuries. What are the consequences for now?

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