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A ‘frozen rainforest’ of microscopic life is melting Greenland’s ice sheet

When Joseph Cook first landed on the Greenland ice sheet in 2010, he was expecting to see a pristine white environment. What he found was a “colorful patchwork” — from blacks and grays to greens, purples and browns, with neon blue melt streams cutting through the ice.

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