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Larsen C Iceberg: Small Expansion of Cooling Water

Larsen C Iceberg: Small Expansion of Cooling Water There is a very minor secondary cooling effect of the melting iceberg A-68 that broke off from the Larsen C Antarctic Ice shelf in July, 2017. The water near the Iceberg is … Continue reading

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Larsen C: The Reflection Loss

There are minor secondary physics effects from the future of the part of the Larsen C ice shelf that broke off on July 12, 2017. We briefly note them here, but expect earth system scientists will do full studies of … Continue reading

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