PhotoBlog - Scientists study thinning of Greenland ice sheet
AP's Brennan Linsley did a nice job capturing the spectacular beauty of Greenland's Ice.1988: World War II Planes Found in Greenland In Ice 260 Feet Deep - New York Times
Six American fighter planes and two bombers that crash-landed in Greenland in World War II have been found 46 years later buried under 260 feet of ice, searchers said today.CD410: Airplanes Buried in Ice
Ice cores are claimed to have as many as 135,000 annual layers. Yet airplanes of the Lost Squadron were buried under 263 feet of ice in forty-eight years, or about 5.5 feet per year. This contradicts the presumption that the wafer-thin layers in the ice cores could be annual layers.