Effects of global warming
Because of record high temperatures in July, glaciers have lost a huge amount of their volume, NOVA TV reported.
Scientists from Denmark's Meteorological Institute reported that over 10 billion tonnes of ice have melted in Greenland in just one day.
Because of record highs of over 20 degrees in July, glaciers have lost enormous amount of their volume.
The ten hottest summers in modern history have been reported since 1998, reported NOVA TV.
Climate warming will lead to extreme temperatures being observed in large parts of the world by the end of this century, CNN and BTA reported.
Data is contained in a study published in the journal "Natural Climate Change".
They have made their predictions, based on the melting of ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica, reported NOVA TV.
Twenty-two experts published forecasts in the Proceedings of the American Academy of Sciences, according to which the level of the oceans could rise by two meters by the end of the century, the French press and the BTA reported.