Abrupt climate change is wreaking major earth changes in Greenland
Melting ice may be making mountains collapse in Greenland
By Adam Popescu
11 July, 2017
That’s why there’s such a powder keg brewing, Luethi says. The landslide in Nuugaatsiaq was reportedly 1000 metres in length and 300 metres wide. And while the ensuing tsunami was disastrous, it’s shifting focus from the real problem: this wasn’t a one-off. This region is full of craggy fjords undergoing temporal shift. Meaning more so-called quakes – and accompanying tsunamis – seem imminent.