Daily Archives: March 25, 2008

6,000 square mile Wilkins Ice Shelf on Antarctic Peninsula “hangs by a thread”

On March 25 the British Antarctic Survey reported that the Wilkins Ice Shelf, which covered an area of 16,000 km2 (larger than the state of Connecticut), appears to be on the verge of breaking away from the Antarctic Peninsula. The … Continue reading

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