(ESA/University of Edinburgh–N. Gourmelen/Planetary Visions)
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How warm ocean water is impacting Antarctica's Dotson ice shelf
Warm bottom ocean water is entering the cavity under Antarctica’s Dotson ice shelf and is stirred by Earth’s rotation, causing one side of the ice shelf to melt.
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