Fast-moving Antarctic ice loss redefines ‘glacial pace’

When we think of glacial motion, we probably imagine movement so slow as to seem perfectly still. But glaciers are constantly on the move, flowing like vast frozen rivers under the weight of immense amounts of ice. Glaciers normally move with seasons as well, seeming to advance during wintertime snow accumulation and to retreat when… Continue reading Fast-moving Antarctic ice loss redefines ‘glacial pace’

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