According to the researchers of the University of Arizona, their new study revealed that Iceland is melting too fast. While it is true that scientists are already anticipating it to fast melt, it is just melting way faster than what is anticipated.
In order to make their study a success, the researchers decided to record the physical shifts in Iceland’s crust with the help of GPS receivers. These scientists use a total of 62 sensors, by which 27 of these are located in the center of Iceland. The center of Iceland is known to be where the most ice cover, which showed upward velocity, is located.