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Scientists Discover Subglacial Salty Lakes In The Canadian Arctic

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Scientists Discover Subglacial Salty Lakes In The Canadian Arctic: In an astonishing finding, scientists have to discover the first subglacial lakes present in the Canadian Arctic.

Scientists Discover Subglacial Salty Lakes In The Canadian Arctic

The Scientists Discover Subglacial Salty Lakes

The reports, the scientists have got holding of two salty lakes present deep below the ice cap in Canada’s the Arctic, and they believe that this discovery could solve the mysteries.

The pair of subglacial lakes were found Researchers at the University of Alberta mapping the topography beneath glaciers on Devon Island in Nunavut.

The scientists informing that they found out those lakes beneath the around 700 meters of ice in using radar-sounding techniques to map topography underneath glaciers of Devon Island.

The scientists found out that the water is estimating to -10 C, it remains in the liquid state, that is because of its high salt content which is almost four to five times higher than seawater.

The associate professor of geology at Montana State University, these conditions are equivalent to that of the conditions found on Mars or Europa, the icy moon of Jupiter.

Skid more informing that the subglacial lakes of Nuvanut are salty and cold and they do not get energy from sunlight as the thick ice caps keep these wholly isolated from the surrounding.

The Scientists Discover Subglacial Salty Lakes

The scientists are estimating that these ice covers have kept the Nuvanut lakes isolating from outside world for as long 120,000 years.

It is for the first time that salty subglacial lakes have found in the Arctic region of Canada.

There are around 400 subglacial lakes previously found beneath the Greenland and Antarctica ice sheets, but they believe to freshwater lakes.

The research on subglacial lakes of Arctic remains in the estimation.

Skidmore is hopeful that the research team will get funding to use a hot-water drill to reach Nuvanut Lake Water.

He is also optimistic about finding microbial life inside those subglacial lakes.

So, it will probably be unlike anything that we have found on Earth, stating Skidmore.

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