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The mystery of the strange, emerald green icebergs in the Antarctic could finally have been solved

Some icebergs look white. Others look blue. But the most precious of them all seems to be emerald green. Since the 1900s, sailors and explorers have occasionally seen these strange green icebergs or jade mountains hovering in the gray Antarctic landscape. Their strange color has puzzled scientists for decades; Now we could finally have a plausible explanation for this phenomenon. …

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Antarctica Iceberg Warning as "THOUSANDS OF EARTHQUAKE" ROCK Antarctic Ice Shelf | Science | news

The scientists observed in the summer of 2002 how the Larsen B ice shelf shattered and collapsed in just one month. Never before had such a large area – 3,250 km² – dissolved so quickly. And as climate change accelerates its environmental impact, NASA's glaciologists have made one last attempt to understand exactly how global warming affects ice. Thousands of …

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The 660-mile iceberg is expected to break the Antarctic shelf

Mashable Video about 7 hours ago The iceberg is part of the Brunt Ice Shelf of Antarctica. It is twice the size of New York City. The researchers say the separation could happen within days or weeks. It would be the largest iceberg that broke off Brunt Ice Shelf since the surveillance began in 19159 = f.fbq = function () …

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NASA is concerned that the iceberg, which is twice the size of New York City, is nearing the demolition of the Antarctic

NASA scientists are watching the Brunt Ice Shelf in the Antarctic, where they expect an expected eruption of iceberg about twice the size of New York City to abort soon. (NASA) Scientists warned on Sunday that a massive iceberg will soon erupt or break out of the Antarctic's Brunt Ice Shelf, and they are increasingly worried about the "uncertain future" …

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Antarctic time bomb waiting for takeoff

Photo: The A-68 iceberg was separated from the Larsen C ice rink in July 2017. Picture credits: Nathan Kurtz / NASA The Earth's sea level should be nine meters higher than he is – and dramatic melting in the Antarctic could close the gap soon, scientists warn. They say global temperatures are the same today as they were 115,000 years …

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