The new study says Greenland lost 385 cubic miles [of ice] between 2002 and 2009.
Greenland has 700,000 cubic miles of ice. So it's losing 1% per century, 0.01% per year.
Funny that number never appeared in the news reports.
For Pete's sake, journalists, do your job.
4 April 2010
Icing on the cake
The eminent Matt Ridley, too nice to voice suspicion that "breathless reporting last week of a new estimate of Greenland's melting ice" may have something to do with global warmist journopukes scrabbling for something to counter the bad news (from their point of view) about the recovery of the Arctic ice pack, makes the following point: