• | 12/30/2017 | Eleanor Imster
    December 15, 2017. Image via NASA. In September 2017, a new iceberg – named B-44 – calved from Pine Island Glacier — one of the main outlets where the West Antarctic Ice Sheet flows into the ocean.
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  • | 11/10/2017 | Caroline Glick
    Princeton University Hillel’s last minute decision on Monday to cancel Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipy Hotovely’s scheduled address was the tip of a very dangerous iceberg.
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  • | 9/27/2017 | Staff
    Recent satellite images reveal a new 100-square-mile iceberg emerging from Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier. The calving event did not come as a complete surprise, but is a troubling sign with...
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  • ScienceDaily | 9/27/2017 | Staff
    The Operational Land Imager (OLI) on the Landsat 8 satellite captured this natural-color image on September 21, 2017, just before the break. A rift is clearly visible across the center of the...
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  • | 8/2/2017 | Staff
    The largest remaining ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula lost 10% of its area when an iceberg four times the size of London broke free earlier this month. Since the 12 July 2017 breakaway Dr Anna...
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  • | 7/13/2017 | Deborah Byrd
    Thermal wavelength image of a large iceberg, which has calved off the Larsen C ice shelf. Darker colors are colder, and brighter colors are warmer, so the rift between the iceberg and the ice shelf...
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  • | 7/12/2017 | Staff
    An iceberg the size of Delaware, one of the largest on record, was set adrift after snapping off a West Antarctic ice shelf that is now at increased risk of collapse, scientists said Wednesday.
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  • | 7/5/2017 | Staff
    All eyes are on Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf as a deep crack continues to cut across the ice, leaving a huge chunk clinging on. When it eventually gives way, one of the largest icebergs on record...
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  • Newsmax | 6/29/2017 | Staff
    An iceberg the size of Delaware could break off Antarctica in a matter of hours or weeks, researchers with the British Project MIDAS wrote in its latest blog. The project has been monitoring...
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