jeudi 3 août 2017

Antarctica's newest iceberg may destabilize the entire ice shelf

  For eighteen months, scientists and concerned citizens waited for a giant iceberg to break off the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica. On July 12, the highly-anticipated event finally occurred. Because the iceberg, named A68, was predominantly submerged in the water before it detached, the event did not dramatically raise sea levels — phenomena which would propel natural disasters. While this is fortunate, it turns out the iceberg saga isn’t over: the cracks that remain are spreading...

from Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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