Larsen C Ice Shelf Crack In Antarctica Growing, New Second Branch Moving To The Ice Front

By James Ayre The very large rift in the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica is continuing to grow — with a new second branch of the rift (15 kilometers long) now growing in the direction of the ice front, and thus a near-future calving event
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