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Antarctica Climate

The Cathedral Rocks rise above the ...
Data da imagem: 19/05/2017
Cod. da imagem: ny190517184403
Crédito: Jonathan Corum/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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The Cathedral Rocks rise above the Ferrar Glacier near the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica.

Data da imagem: 19/05/2017

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The Cathedral Rocks rise above the Ferrar Glacier near the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica.

Crédito: Jonathan Corum/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

The Cathedral Rocks rise above the Ferrar Glacier near the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica, in 2017. Scientists are racing to understand what is happening to the ice shelf as the planet warms around it. They are also trying to measure the role of human-caused climate change in weakening other parts of the West Antarctic ice sheet, and to fathom how damaging warming seas and changing wind patterns might ultimately prove to be. (Jonathan Corum/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Data da imagem: 19/05/2017
Cod. da imagem: ny190517184303
Crédito: Jonathan Corum/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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The edge of multiple-mile-long iceberg that broke off of the Ross Ice Shelf and became grounded in McMurdo Sound in Antarctica.

Data da imagem: 19/05/2017

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The edge of multiple-mile-long iceberg that broke off of the Ross Ice Shelf and became grounded in McMurdo Sound in Antarctica.

Crédito: Jonathan Corum/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

The edge of multiple-mile-long iceberg that broke off of the Ross Ice Shelf and became grounded in McMurdo Sound in Antarctica, in 2017. Scientists are racing to understand what is happening to the ice shelf as the planet warms around it. They are also trying to measure the role of human-caused climate change in weakening other parts of the West Antarctic ice sheet, and to fathom how damaging warming seas and changing wind patterns might ultimately prove to be. (Jonathan Corum/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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