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Sudden onset of ice loss in Antarctica detected A group of scientists has observed a sudden increase of ice loss in a previously stable region of Antarctica. Around 2009, multiple glaciers along a vast coastal expanse, measuring some 750 km in length, suddenly started to shed ice into the ocean at a nearly constant rate of 60 cubic km, each year.The research was published in Science of 21 May 2015.
Utrecht University, Thursday 21 May 2015
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