By Kazi Anwarul Masud*
The election of Donald Trump, albeit democratically, but his continuing bellicosity with the fourth state and now his disenchantment with some of his cabinet members, daily.. Eurasia Review
Sailor Lisa Blair arrived in Albany, Western Australia on Wednesday, July 25, concluding her circumnavigation of Antarctica, a challenging mission aimed at raising awareness of climate change. Blair.. Source: Rumble -
Sometime in the last few days, a block of ice the size of Delaware broke away from Antarctica and is now floating freely in the Weddell Sea.
The iceberg, which at around 1 trillion tons is one of.. L.A. Times
The giant crack that caused an iceberg to break off from Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf between July 10 and 12 – resulting in an iceberg the size of Delaware and weighing a trillion metric tons.. WorldNews
The giant crack that's been racing across Antarctica Larsen C ice shelf finally met its breaking point between July 10 and 12. The result was an iceberg the size of Delaware and weighing a trillion.. Business Insider
Silence can be pretty noisy. That's what many people learn when they visit a remote area such as Antarctica and hear the rumbling of their expedition ship's engines instead of quietness.
Now that.. L.A. Times
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
Aurora Expeditions, is celebrating 25 years since its first expedition to Antarctica later this year. 2017 marks a quarter of a century since Aurora Expeditions first took a small group of intrepid.. New Zealand Herald
Where a trillion-ton iceberg calved last week, researchers have detected a new rift. The concern is that the Larsen C ice shelf will destabilize and collapse, releasing glacial ice into the sea. Deutsche Welle
'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