Studying new data from the 'last interglacial', a period of high sea levels and low global ice levels 125,000 years ago, scientists at the Australian National University predict global warming patterns.
Daily Mail. Thu, 07 Nov 2019 10:52:21 GMT.
Sea levels rose as much as three metres a century during the last interglacial period as Antarctic ice sheets melted - but climate change could be faster.
Peter Hannam. Sydney Morning Herald. Wed, 06 Nov 2019 21:00:00 +1100.
On Antarctica, meltwater ponds riddle a kilometer-thick, 10,000-year-old ice shelf, which shatters just weeks later. The collapse shocks scientists and unleashes the glacier behind the ice shelf, driving up sea level. ...
Science Daily. Fri, 25 Oct 2019 13:04:12 EDT.
The hole in Earth's ozone layer above Antarctica is at its smallest size on record, with scientists calculating that it's less than half its usual size for this time of year. ...
Newsmax. Tue, 22 Oct 2019 07:30:41 EDT.
Upside-down "rivers" of warm ocean water are attacking the edges of Antarctic ice shelves from below, creating conditions that lead to break-ups and sea-level rise, according to scientists.
Christopher Carbone. Fox News. Thu, 10 Oct 2019 23:18:03 GMT.