There is a new website that tracks changes in the Greenland Ice Sheet.
The National Snow and Ice Data Center created the website so the public, as well as scientists, can track melting on the ice sheet. The melting ice could contribute to sea level rise. As average Earth temperatures continue to warm, the rate of ice melt is a closely monitored area of research.
However, recent research suggest the Greenland Ice Sheet may be more stable, even with warmer temperatures, than previously thought. However, the same research backs up other studies that show the much larger Antarctic Ice Sheet is more unstable than previously thought as global temperatures rise.