Movement in the Antarctica and Greenland Glaciers

Apparently scientists are at a loss to explain some of the unusual movements they’ve been observing in the Antarctica and Greenland Glaciers. While many point to these phenomena as indications of global warming, “it remains unclear what is causing the glaciers of frigid Antarctica and their “ice streams” to lose ice to the ocean in recent years, the researchers said.”  Washington Post, March 16, 2007: Antarctic Glaciers’ Sloughing Of Ice Has Scientists at a Loss

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