Antarctic Ice Shelves Are Melting Due to Decades of Higher Temperatures
Two ice shelves on the Antarctic known as the Larsen B and the Wilkins are in "full retreat" and have lost nearly 3,000 square kilometers if their total area in the last year according to scientists in Colorado and the United Kingdom.
Researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder's National Snow and Ice Data Center and the British Antarctic Survey attribute the retreats to a regional warming trend. The trend has caused the annual melt season to increase by two to three weeks over the last twenty years. …
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- Antarctic Ice Shelves Are Melting Due to Decades of Higher Temperatures
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