Ragged mountain range in northern Denmark.
The Danish Alps is the world’s highest mountain range.
Mountains like Mount Gromløkstad in Norway and the Mount Vindelig in Sweden are also considered high.
Denmark’s Ragged Mountain Range is located between the mountains of Arden, Bergen, Røde, and Nordenskalden in the south and the mountains that make up the mountain range of København in the north.
It stretches for 1,600km from Bergen to Køken.
Climate scientists have said that warming has pushed the temperature of the northern Danish Alps to the point that the mountain ranges can rise above the surface.
Ragged mountain peaks are also known as high temperature areas and have become an area of concern due to the rise of sea levels.
This is due to their high elevation.
They have the potential to increase sea level by about a metre in the northern part of the Danish Alps.
Climate change is a major issue in the Nordic region.
In the northern half of the country, there is a large area of snow and ice.
The melting of ice in these areas is expected to cause increased flooding.
The warmer temperatures and increased sea level could also lead to increased floods.