If someone asked me, whats up in Grenland? My answer would definitely be Zachariae Isstrøm / Glacier. For the first time in satellite and recent history there will be open sea in front of this glacier, last year the main glacier was separated from its original tongue to the ocean.
Why did this happen? My answer would be, I know some will disagree, it is due to lack of surface flow from GIS in this area, none of the glaciers in this relative large area from L. Ibstrup Bræ / Storstrømmen in the south to Kofoed-Hansen, Blæsebræ, Gammel Hellerup Gletscher, Zachariae Isstrøm, Nioghalvfjerdfjorden and Spaltegletscher in the north are showing signs of movements seen from above (landsat), all actions, in my opinion is coming from below, but what is the reason for this?
In the image below I want you to study the area marked with GREEN until the real sea freeze begins, later this month.