In 1974, images acquired from NOAA satellites revealed a puzzling phenomenon: a 250,000 square kilometer opening in the winter sea ice in the Weddell Sea, south of South America. The opening, known as.. Eurasia Review
The shallow waters on the West Antarctic Peninsula are reflecting the effects of warming and as per reports, an increase of just 1-2 degrees Celsius in temperature has radically reduced marine.. WorldNews Also reported by •Zee News
Two months ago, a trillion ton iceberg tore itself loose from Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf, exposing an area that's been covered in ice for the past 120,000 years, and the world's research community.. Source: Wochit News -
BRITISH ANTARCTIC TERRITORY — A team of British and American scientists investigating the impact of ocean-warming found that the amount of Antarctic seabed life doubled after a temperature increase.. Source: TomoNews US -
West Antarctica’s vast ice sheet conceals what may be the largest volcanic region on earth, research has revealed.
The continent’s ice covers almost 100 newly discovered volcanoes, the largest.. Eurasia Review
Researchers have found that the typical pattern of glacier advance and retreat has not changed along the western Ross Sea coast, in contrast to the rapidly shrinking glaciers on the Antarctic.. MailOnline Also reported by •Eurasia Review
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New satellite images reveal open ocean between the Larsen-C ice shelf and the massive iceberg that broke away from the Antarctic Peninsula in July. Since the iceberg.. Space Daily Also reported by •Terra Daily
In early July, a rift in Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf caused the third-largest iceberg ever recorded to break off into the Southern Ocean.
The block of ice, dubbed iceberg A-68, may hang.. Business Insider
The largest remaining ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula lost 10% of its area when an iceberg four times the size of London broke free earlier this month.
Since the 12 July 2017 breakaway Dr Anna.. Eurasia Review
Sometime between Monday and Wednesday this week, a trillion-ton iceberg broke away from the Antarctic Peninsula. It’s a fascinating geological phenomenon to watch, but the causes and implications are.. Christian Science Monitor
NASA has released stunning dark images which show the movement of the trillion-tonne iceberg -one of the largest ever recorded – that recently broke off from Antarctica. As Antarctica remains.. BGR India Also reported by •DNA
NASA's Thermal Infrared Sensor (TIRS) on Landsat 8 satellite captured a new snap of the 5,800 square kilometre iceberg that split off from the Antarctic Peninsula's Larsen C ice shelf on July 10-12. Zee News
'Will the glaciers behind the ice shelf accelerate and have a direct contribution to sea level rise?'
Are we on a sinking ship, watching dreadfully as the sea rises around us, an iceberg — bobbing.. Upworthy
· *Iceberg A-68, which recently calved from Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf, is the third-largest iceberg on record.*
· *Some scientists have described the iceberg's calving as a "natural" event.. Business Insider
Stronger winds 6000kms away on the East Antarctic, have generated waves that circle the continent at almost 700kmh. When these waves meet the steep underwater topography of the West Antarctic Peninsula.. Science Daily
· *An iceberg the size of Delaware broke off of an Antarctic ice shelf between July 10 and July 12.*
· *Scientists aren't sure exactly what caused the crack that birthed iceberg A68, as it's.. Business Insider
The evening sun stayed high in the sky, shining orange-tinted rays on tabular icebergs floating in magnificent procession through the Weddell Sea on the eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula.Gossamer.. New Zealand Herald