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Oversized landforms discovered beneath the Antarctic ice sheet

Terra Daily Sunday, 14 May 2017
Oversized landforms discovered beneath the Antarctic ice sheetBrussels, Belgium (SPX) May 15, 2017

Former ice sheets occupying Scandinavia and North America left numerous landforms on today's surface that witness of their hydrological system underneath them. However, most landforms have, so far, never been observed under contemporary ice sheets - not least because they are relatively small and buried under kilometer thick ice. A team of scientists led by the Universite libre de Bruxelle
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