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Drone Images Show Greenland Ice Sheet Becoming More Unstable As It Fractures

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
The world’s second-largest ice sheet, and the single largest contributor to global sea-level rise, is potentially becoming unstable because of fractures developing in response to faster ice flow and more meltwater forming on its surface.

Using custom-built drones strong enough to withstand the extreme Arctic conditions,...
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Occurred on December 2, 2019 / Mississauga, Ontario, Canada Info from Licensor: "I was driving on the highway and a huge sheet of ice flew from the roof of a car in front of me and shattered my windshield. I ended up taking it to the dealership and get it repaired."

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