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Huge Iceberg Breaks Away, Antarctic Ice Shelf 'Hangs By A Thread'

25 Mar 2008

ScienceDaily (Mar. 25, 2008)

British Antarctic Survey has captured dramatic satellite images of an Antarctic ice shelf that looks set to be the latest to break out from the Antarctic Peninsula. A large part of the Wilkins Ice Shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula is now supported only by a thin strip of ice hanging between two islands. It is another identifiable impact of climate change on the Antarctic environment.

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