Antarctic ice-flow map reveals clues to climate change

Published: 29 August 2011 y., Monday

A new map of Antactica illustrates for the first time how ice moves across the continent. The map reveals huge areas of the continent that have never been charted before and its creators believe it may be a crucial tool in helping researchers understand how a warming climate is changing the continent.

 

Šaltinis: Reuters
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