The Mystery of the Ice in the North Pole Sea: Within 2050, no ice will see in the North Pole region
We are worried about the melting of the iceberg. Everyone knows about climate change and global warming. Various social and organizational movements have already been started worldwide due to the impact of climate change.
The Arctic ice has already been discussed. Christian Haas has explored the mystery of the ice in the North Pole. An expedition was run. The value of that campaign is making highlights in today’s report.
Although the ice in the North Pole has disappeared from view, the balance of ice deep in the ocean remains relatively intact. Attempts are ma to know more about the nature of the area through detailed research.
In the middle of the expedition, Christian Haas returned to the mainland with a large amount of information, and it is essential to analyze all that informations. He has already received some preliminary answers to unravel the mystery of ice change in the Arctic.
He said, “After arriving in the area, we were surprised to find that the snow was only 30 to 50 centimetres thick in October. In winter, that is, in the next five to six months, that level rises to about 2 meters, which means the ice sheet has increased almost four times. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there.”
It has know for so long that only the surface of the ice is getting smaller. Satellite imagery, especially in the summer, has shown that ice has halved in the last 40 years. But the main thing is that satellites cannot measure the depth of ice. “What we see now, the snow was fragile at the end of the summer,”
said Haas. In the 1990s, data from Siberia’s Polar Regions became much thinner than measured. However, the snow has increased so much that we were quite surprised to see it. In other words, at the end of the winter, the ice sheet did not change much. In summer, the surface of the ice changes the most and the depth of the ice. In winter, the snow copes well with the shock.”
On the other hand, the snow becomes so thin at the end of the summer that it helps to thicken again in the winter is quite strange.
“The relatively thin ice forces the ocean to heat up faster and more easily,” says Christian Haas. As a result, more ice create again. At the end of winter, the ice thickness is the same as it was 30 years ago. “
Despite such a trend, the situation is deteriorating in the summer. According to a recent study, there will probably be no ice in the North Pole by 2050
The ice lab at the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany, maintains a stable, cool environment with minus 25 degrees Celsius. In the meantime, some samples of ice collected during the North Pole expedition have brought there.
Ice crystals are glistening under the polarized light. Oceanographer Christian Haas said: “The process of evolution of ice can be seen only by preparing such a thin layer. It is known whether ice has formed slowly from top to bottom in a calm environment. In that case, such a long pillar-like crystal is formed. At present, strong waves and water turbulence may have caused ice. In that case, small, round crystals are formed. “
Christian Haas thinks that the North Pole Sea will become more turbulent in the future. Then there will be no way to make ice crystals like long pillars. Because with the changing ice, the condition of the North Pole Sea is also changing
In that case, more granular ice will see. That is why the North Pole region needs to be giving more importance. “Small crystals remind us that any large structure makes up of smaller elements,” Haas said.
They originate from the earth, space, and small molecules. He has an important role to play. “
A huge amount of ice to a small and shiny world is developing in the northernmost part of the world.