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Antarctic Ice Sheet Changes Driven by Melting in the North

News   Nov 27, 2020 | Original story from McGill University

 
Antarctic Ice Sheet Changes Driven by Melting in the North

Polar ice sheets evolve on various different time scales and are in constant flux, with the ice growing and retreating depending on the climate and the surrounding water levels. Credit: Thomas Ronge

 
 
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