Glaciers along Antarctica’s coastline are flowing faster in the summer because of a combination of melting snow and warmer ocean waters, say researchers.
On average, the glaciers travel at around one kilometer a year. But a new study has found a seasonal variation in the speed of the ice flow, which speeded up by up to 22 % in summer when temperatures are warmer. This gives an insight into…
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