Antarctic sea ice at its lowest in 45 years: US data center
Melting sea ice exposes the thicker ice shelves buttressing Antarctica’s ground ice sheet to waves and warmer temperatures
Sea ice in Antarctic at record low: US data center
Antarctic sea ice likely shrunk to a record low last week, US researchers said Monday, its lowest extent in the 45 years of satellite record-keeping.
Satellites observe speed-up of glaciers on the Antarctic Peninsula: Study
Big News Network.com, 2023-02-28
Glaciers along Antarctica coastline are flowing faster in the summer because of a combination of melting snow and warmer ocean waters say researchers
Antarctic sea ice reaches another record low
USA Today on MSN.com, 2023-02-27
Sea ice around Antarctica reached a record low for the second straight year this month, scientists announced Monday.
Antarctic glaciers flow faster in summers, show seasonal behaviour: Study
Business Standard, 2023-02-28
Glaciers along Antarctica’s coastline are flowing faster in the summer because of a combination of melting snow and warmer ocean waters, said researchers in a new study.
Melting Of The Antarctic Ice Sheet
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‘The beginning of the end?’: Scientists sound the alarm as Antarctic sea ice hits record low for second year running
Sea ice in Antarctica hit a record low this year and is “on a very steep downward trend,” a sign this complex and isolated region may finally be responding to the climate crisis.
Antarctic Peninsula: Satellites capture accelerating glacier movements
Interesting Engineering, 2023-02-27
Two major uncertainties in the behavior of Antarctic ice are reduced thanks to advances in satellite technology.
Satellites observe speed-up of glaciers on the Antarctic peninsula
Glaciers—giant rivers of moving ice—along Antarctica’s coastline are flowing faster in the summer because of a combination of melting snow and warmer ocean waters, say researchers.
Antarctic Sea Ice At Record Low
Average from 1991 – 2020