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Scientists count huge melts in many protective Antarctic ice shelves. Trillions of tons of ice lost.
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12 October 2023
On 12 October 2023 The Associated Press reported:
Four dozen Antarctic ice shelves have shrunk by at least 30 percent since 1997 and 28 of those have lost more than half of their ice in that time, reports a new study that surveyed these crucial 'gatekeepers' between the frozen continent's massive glaciers and open ocean.
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...That melted ice, which usually pens larger glaciers behind it, then goes into the sea. Scientists worry that climate change-triggered melt from Antarctica and Greenland will cause dangerous and significant sea rise over many decades and centuries.
...But the overall total is not the real story, said study lead author Benjamin Davison, a glaciologist at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom.
What's most important, he said, are the patterns of individual shelf loss. The new study shows the deep losses, with four glaciers losing more than a trillion tons on the continent's peninsula and western side.
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