Blog posts tagged in Extreme Ice Survey
Scientists with the British Antarctic Survey now believe that the fracturing of the Larson C ice shelf from the polar cap is imminent, after a rift in the shelf grew vertiginously in the last month of 2016.
The thread connecting Larson C to the rest of Antarctica is now just more than 65,600...
Greenland’s ice sheet shrank by an average of 243 billion tonnes a year between 2003 and 2009 – a rate of melting that is enough to raise the world’s sea levels by 0.68 mm per year.
In what is claimed as the first detailed study, geologist Beata Csatho, of the University of Buffalo in the US, and c...