Remote Antarctic Glacier Is Disappearing From Below

Scientists watching Antarctica's Pine Island glacier from space have noticed with some alarm that it has been surging toward the sea.

If it were to melt entirely, global sea level would rise by several feet.

Scientists have rarely been able to get out to this very remote glacier to make direct measurements. ...Read More

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