Cracks Appear in Antarctic Ice Shelves Again in 2021

In 2002, the Larsen B ice shelf collapsed in the Weddell Sea, covering 3,250 square kilometers, an area larger than Luxembourg and the U.S. state of Rhode Island. In 2017, the collapse of larsen C, an epic ice shelf, caused global boiling and was considered “a tipping point for global climate change”. Most climate scientists […]

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