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Ocean Currents Causing Antarctic Ice Loss

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Published on Apr 25, 2012

This animation shows the circulation of ocean currents around the western Antarctic ice shelves. The shelves are indicated by the rainbow color; red is thicker (550m), while blue is thinner (200m). These shelves are being melted from the underside by warm ocean currents.

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